interparietal


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interparietal

 [in″ter-pah-ri´ĕ-tal]
2. between the parietal bones.

in·ter·pa·ri·e·tal

(in'tĕr-pă-rī'ĕ-tăl),
Between the walls of a part, or between the parietal bones.
[inter- + L. paries, wall]

interparietal

/in·ter·pa·ri·e·tal/ (-pah-ri´ĕ-t'l)
2. between the parietal bones.

interparietal

1. intermural.
2. between the parietal bones.
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Interparietal hernia mimicking malignant small bowel obstruction.
Four postrostrals; four internasals in a row between middle of nasals; three scales on either side of midline between median frontonasal and rostral; frontonasals in contact side to side, not subdivided; prefrontals in median contact, not subdivided; frontal in two parts, anterior and posterior, not further subdivided; interparietal and frontal in contact; 1-1 frontoparietals.
Dark markings gray-brown, black-edged; a dark bar across internasals, extending onto supralabials and rostral; an interorbital dark bar continuous with a postocular dark bar ending on infralabials at rictus oris; a pair of longitudinal, short cranionuchal dark stripes beginning posteriorly at level of ventral five, uniting on frontal; right cranionuchal dark stripe narrowly connected with first blotch on trunk; a small, elongate, medial dark spot on posterior extremity of interparietal suture, extending posteriorly onto anterior three rows of nuchals; 35 dorsal dark blotches on body, 13 on tail; body blotches mostly about as broad as long, extending to 7th-9th-5th scale rows (anterior, middle, rear trunk regions), separated medially by spaces about 1.
A median dark brown line, wider anteriorly than posteriorly, began at or near the interparietal and extended two to 12 scales (Fig.
9A); medial interparietal area red or orange; nuchal collar yellow-orange or yellow; ventrals cream or white with sharp to poorly defined dark patches.