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The hyoid apparatus must be capable of following the pronounced retraction of the larynx in adult male Mongolian gazelles during the emission of their loud head-up rutting barks. Probably, this is achieved by backward tilting and extension involving differential contraction and extension of the paired sternohyoid and thyrohyoid muscles. The tilting is made possible by the resilience of the non-ossiﬁed ﬁ tympanohyoid. At the same time it is limited owing to the caudally adjacent occipitohyoid muscle and the paracondylar process.
In contrast to other ruminants, the powerful mandibular portion of the sternocephalic muscle is double-bellied. Both portions originate from the most rostral portion of the sternum. The stronger ventral portion inserts with a strong tendon to the superﬁ ﬁcial aponeurosis of the masseter muscle and to the superﬁ ﬁcial connective tissue covering the buccal region and the mandibula. The weaker dorsal portion inserts via an aponeurosis, which is traversed be the external jugular vein, to the parotid fascia and, superﬁcially, ﬁ to the ventral edge of the cleidocephalic muscle at the level of the transverse process of the atlas (Fig.
3. Cranial endocast, endosseous labyrinth, and some endocranial vascular structures of an Australian freshwater crocodile, Crocodylus johnstoni (OUVC 10425), derived from surface renderings of CT scan data. A, left lateral view. B, dorsal view, with olfactory tract truncated. C, ventral view, with olfactory tract truncated. D, caudal view. E, right rostroventrolateral view. Color scheme: cranial endocast, blue; endosseous labyrinth, pink; nerve canals (most of which also transmit veins), yellow; smaller venous canals, dark blue; arterial canals, red; columella, pale yellow.
Anatomical Imaging: Towards a New Morphology by H. Endo, H. Endo, R. Frey