a.1.(Anat.) Pertaining both to the mandibular and the hyoid arch, or situated between them.
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Gonorynchus); mandibulohyoid and mandibulo-interopercular ligaments not wellseparated from each other (87: 0 [right arrow] 1, not reverted within fishes examined of this clade C12, and only occurring independently in a few taxa outside the clade as e.g.
Further, the two mechanical pathways for lower jaw depression, both representing coupled mechanical systems also present in basal teleost fishes (Lauder 1985; Lauder and Shaffer 1993), are unmodified in primitive loricarioids: (1) the mandibulohyoid ligament linking the hyoid and mandible; and (2) the interoperculo-mandibular ligament linking the opercular series with the mandible.
X-ray lateral cervical film with head in neutral position closed is done to assess the following measurements: Mandibulohyoid distance,