pygal


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pygal

(ˈpaɪɡəl) zoology
n
(Zoology) the rear part or a turtle or tortoise
adj
(Zoology) relating to the rear part of an animal
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in the list of Seymour 2015); one pygal bone portion (ROM-42105); one suprapygal bone (ROM-42100).
1st Marty Pygal cod h/f 1-03lb 2nd Mal McIntyre 1cod 1-01lb Blyth SAC 9f 7w.i.
Seaton Sluice fished the Coquet, taking good-sized flounder, Martyn Pygal with 10 for 10lb 4oz, including the longest at 40cm, while Adam Burns took ten for 9lb 1oz.
The posterior side of the suprapygal forms a strong, somewhat swollen articular surface for the pygal. Although the Clayton suprapygal seems to be unquestionably Chelonia, there appear to be some differences in proportion between the fossil and the modern species Chelonia mydas (Table 1).
Posteriorly, the pygal, suprapygal, and adjacent peripheral bones commonly disarticulate quickly, although patterns vary greatly from one shell to the next.
Devils Nest: four costal fragments, eight peripherals, one pygal, one right and one left epiplastron, three entoplastra, one right hyoplastron, 14 plate fragments, one osteoderm, UNSM 56908, 56909.
1st Chris Guthrie (2flr 1cod) 3-00 h/f 1-05flr 2nd Gary Hays 2cod 1-13 3rd Marty Pygal 3flat 1-07 4th Mal McIntyre 1flat 0-11 5th D Burke 1flat 0-08 St Mary's 13f 8w.i.
A sagittal keel is observed from the second neural to the pygal, being well developed over the middle and posterior neurals (see Figs.