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Basihyal subtriangular, width about 55 % length; basihyal cartilage about 10 % basihyal length.
Basihyal subtriangular, width about 55% length; basihyal cartilage about 25% basihyal length.
Basihyal subtriangular, width about 50% length; basihyal cartilage about 10% basihyal length.
Basihyal subtriangular, width about 35 % length; basihyal cartilage about 30 % basihyal length.
Basihyal subtriangular, width about 50 % length; basihyal cartilage about 25 % basihyal length.
Basihyal subtriangular, width about 45% length; basihyal cartilage about 25% basihyal length.
[29] Basihyal (Costa 1998a) (CI: 0.50; RI: 0): (0) shorter than space occupied by basibranchials; (1) longer than space occupied by basibranchials.
The basihyal, ceratohyals, and basibranchials are present but shorter and thicker [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4J AND K OMITTED]; moreover, the number of ceratobranchials and hypobranchials that develop may vary.
9): branchiostegals 5, first branchiostegal small, thin, and attached to ventral surface of narrow portion of ceratohyal, following three branchiostegals blade-like in appearance and attached at ventrolateral surface of broad portion of ceratohyal; posteriormost branchiostegal broadest, articulating with ventral surface of epihyal; basihyal broad, spatulate, slightly emarginate, with only posterior third ossified (Fig.
Antilligobius and Bollmannia both possess scales on the cheek and a spatulate basihyal, features not present in the other genera.
Basihyal rhomboidal, ossified posteriorly, strongly attached to hypohyals.
Hyoid bar joined to contralateral structure by strong ligament from medial face of hypohyals, coursing ventral to basihyal. Anterior and posterior ceratohyals joined about dentate suture.