incisive foramen

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incisive foramen

[in′sī·siv fə′rā·mən]
(anatomy)
One of the two to four openings of the incisive canal on the floor of the incisive fossa.
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They were, arranged in alphabetical order: breadth across M1s, breadth across occipital condyles, breadth of braincase, breadth of incisive foramina, breadth of M1, breadth of rostrum, breadth of zygomatic plate, condylo-incisive length, depth of incisor, height of skull, height of mandible, least interorbital breadth, length of bulla, length of diastema, length of incisive foramina, length of mandible, length of orbital fossa, length of palatal bridge, length of rostrum, length of maxillary molar row, and zygomatic breadth.
For example, like in the latter, the posterior margins of the incisive foramina conspicuously projects between the first molars; however, like in P.
The incisive foramina are well open with its posterior border reaching the first third of the M1.
A species of Isothrix with the following combination of characters: long, lax fur without conspicuous supraorbital stripes, a blackish dorsal crest or mane, a uniformly haired tri-colored tail with the terminal 5 cm white, compact braincase, broad foramen magnum with distinct dorsal median notch, small auditory bullae, narrow triangle-shaped infraorbital foramen, narrow palate, and well developed maxillary component of septum in incisive foramina.