integumentary musculature

integumentary musculature

[in¦teg·yə¦men·trē ′məs·kyə·lə·chər]
(vertebrate zoology)
Superficial skeletal muscles which are spread out beneath the skin and are inserted into it in some terrestrial vertebrates.
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