Surangular


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a.1.(Anat.) Above the angular bone; supra-angular; - applied to a bone of the lower jaw in many reptiles and birds.
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The lower jaw was almost completely made up of dentary bone; other minor components included the angular, surangular, and articular bones.
12533, 12534, 12535, 12537, 12538, 12546, 12550, 12551, 12553, 12555, 12557, 12562, 12565, 12566, 12571, 12572, 12574, 12575, 12579, 12582, 12585, 12588, 12590, 12595, 12596; 33 left dentaries, GCVP 12532, 12536, 12539, 12540, 12541-12545, 12547, 12549, 12552, 12554, 12556, 12558, 12559-12561, 12563, 2564, 12567, 12568, 12573, 12576-12578, 12580, 12581, 12587, 12592-12594, 12597; 36 parietals, GCVP 12496-12531; 26 frontals, GCVP 12705-12730; 91 squamosals, GCVP 12598-12688; 11 surangulars, GCVP 12694-12704; 5 jugals, GCVP 12689-12693.