internarial


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in·ter·na·ri·al

(in'tĕr-nā'rē-ăl),
Between the nares.
Synonym(s): internasal

internarial

(ĭn″tĕr-nā′rē-ăl) [L. inter, between, + nares, nostrils]
Between the nares.
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Distancia interocular 2 veces mayor que la distancia internarial. Narinas situadas en la region antero-dorsal del cuerpo, en la mitad de la distancia ojohocico.
Description: Measurements in mm: SVL 32.7, head length 12.5, head width 12.0, eye diameter 4.6, snout length 5.5, internarial distance 2.9, naris-jaw distance 2.0, orbit-jaw distance 0.8, choana width 1.2, tympanum diameter 2.3, interfascicular distance 0.0, tarsal length 9.2, hand length 11.0, arm length 6.7, tibia length 17.3, foot length 14.3, femur length 16.3, IOD 3.0, pad width of Finger III 2.0, pad width of Toe IV 1.8.
For each specimen, the snout-vent length (SVL; to posterior angle of vent) was measured to the nearest mm; the internarial distance (IND) was measured with an ocular micrometer to the nearest 0.1 mm.
During the meeting, they discussed the firm relations between the two countries and peoples and ways of enhancing them in all fields to their best interest, underscored the importance of coordinating the two countries positions towards all issues of mutual concern and discussed the latest developments at the regional and internarial arenas.
Anterior nostril a short tubule higher posteriorly, midway from orbit to front of snout; rear nostril diameter half of internarial space.
Abbreviations for measurements are: SVL: snout-vent length; TL: tibia length; FeL: femur length; FL: foot length; HeL: head length; HW: head width; Ind: internarial distance; UEW: upper eyelid width; IOD: inter orbital distance; EN: anterior edge of eye to nostril; ED: horizontal eye diameter; TD: horizontal tympanum diameter; FD: disc width of finger III; 4TD: disc width of toe IV; ETS: distance between the anterior edge of the eye to the tip of snout; 1FiL: length of finger I; 2FiL: length of finger II.
Anterior and posterior nares close to eye and to each other, internarial distance 7 to 13 times in snout length; anterior naris in short tube, posterior border of tube not reaching posterior naris when reflected; posterior naris oval, much larger than anterior naris, with long axis of oval running dorsoventrally.
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