Additional file 6: of Hand/foot splitting and the ‘re-evolution’ of mesopodial skeletal elements during the evolution and radiation of chameleons

2015-09-18T05:00:00Z (GMT) by Raul Diaz Paul Trainor
Figure S6. Autopodia are dorsoventrally flattened Divergent tetrapods such as the common lab mouse (Mammalia) and the desert grassland whiptail lizard (Reptilia) have divergent hands (A, C) and feet (B, D). Despite architectural differences, they remain dorsoventrally flattened. (TIFF 1825 kb)