13 de fevereiro de 2020

Parts of a Bird Pelvis

Some anatomical terms for elements of a bird pelvic girdle.
Some people use “synsacrum” as synonymous for the avian pelvis, but in reality the word only refers to the fused vertebral center. “Pelvic girdle” would be the more “correct” synonym.
See more jargon here: https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/lizardking/30489-avian-osteology-jargon-from-handbook-of-avian-anatomy-the-body

General osteological definitions:
Foramen = hole/opening
Caudal = tail
Anterior = toward skull
Posterior = toward the tail
Process = Extension/projection

1. Ischiadic foramen / foramen ilioishiodicum (Opening in the ischium)
2. Acetabulum / foramen acetabula (This is where the femur articulates into the pelvis. Many confuse it for an eye socket.)
3. Obturator foramen / foramen obturatum
4. Processus caudalis
5. Ischial angle / Angulus ischiadicus
6. Pectineal process / process pectinealis (the “spike” below the acetabulum)
7. Antitrochanter (the “spike” above the acetabulum)
8. Pubis (The long thin bone)
9. Posterior margin
10. Central ridge
11. Pre acetabular (before the acetabulum)
12. Post acetabular (after the acetabulum)
13. Anterior portion (there is also the “posterior portion” which I didn’t included for organization’s sake, it’s basically the lower part of the pelvis)
14. Ilium
15. Ischium
16. Transverse process (The extensions off the side of the vertebra. I only had the arrow point to one example for organization’s sake, but all of them, from both the pre- and post- acetabulum, are included in this. These specific transverse processes are also known as parapophysis).
17. Intervertebral formina (All of the gaps/holes in between the transverse processes, both pre- and post- acetabulum. It only has one arrow, again, for organization’s sake).
18. Extermitas caudalis synsari (the extreme-most caudal vertebra of the synsacrum).

This pelvis is from a domestic muscovy duck.

(From left to right: Dorsal view, Lateral view, Ventral view.)

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03 de fevereiro de 2020

Avian Osteology Jargon from Handbook of Avian Anatomy: The Limbs

More specifically, Handbook of Avian Anatomy: Nomina Anatomica Avium Second Edition. By Julian J. Baumel and Lawrence M. Witme.
https://people.ohio.edu/witmerl/Downloads/1993_Baumel_&_Witmer_NAA-2_Osteologia.pdf

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Avian Osteology Jargon from Handbook of Avian Anatomy: The Body

More specifically, Handbook of Avian Anatomy: Nomina Anatomica Avium Second Edition. By Julian J. Baumel and Lawrence M. Witme.
https://people.ohio.edu/witmerl/Downloads/1993_Baumel_&_Witmer_NAA-2_Osteologia.pdf

Those look far more like chicken pelvises than turkey to me, but whatever


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Avian Osteology Jargon from Handbook of Avian Anatomy: The Skull

More specifically, Handbook of Avian Anatomy: Nomina Anatomica Avium Second Edition. By Julian J. Baumel and Lawrence M. Witme.
https://people.ohio.edu/witmerl/Downloads/1993_Baumel_&_Witmer_NAA-2_Osteologia.pdf

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11 de dezembro de 2019

Caprimulgiformes Osteology Reference Master List

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Personal Osteological Collection Reference Master List

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Perching Birds Osteology Reference Master List

All have prominent manubrial spine on sternum
Corvids:
Jamaican Crow: http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/366a4bbb1-ded7-481a-a08b-dbb9ee913e4f
Sternum: http://www.veterinarypaper.com/pdf/2019/vol4issue2/PartA/4-2-13-708.pdf
Corvus corax:
https://virtual.imnh.iri.isu.edu/Osteo/View/Crow/634
https://virtual.imnh.iri.isu.edu/Osteo/View/Common_Raven_or_Northern_Raven/583
Sternum:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jrochester/16078470428/in/gallery-66337245@N00-72157678747666368/
Pelvis:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jrochester/16240019246/in/gallery-66337245@N00-72157678747666368/

White wagtail
http://www.birdresearch.dk/unilang/raritet/one_leg/one_leg.htm

Turdus:
American Robin:
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/3f9d39a32-2d18-4fd3-ba86-9208821e4d7b
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/39a628e8e-49de-4e54-acde-c4f5be3a60d2
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jrochester/22546569994/in/album-72157651043869057/
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jrochester/16956535152/in/album-72157651043869057/

Wren, Robin, Accentor, Redstart:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jrochester/22580964173/in/gallery-66337245@N00-72157678747666368/

Helmeted manakin:
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/3d17c15c4-a934-42bd-b569-d6ae56d9e7ab
Buff-winged cinclodes:
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/330511efb-f06d-450c-8864-cdb25dc2549d
African broadbill:
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/3353b648c-2528-4a7f-9e42-ffb751008a04

Lark, Pipit, Wagtails:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jrochester/22546569994/in/album-72157651043869057/

Purple Martin, Amerian Crow, Brown Thrasher, American Robin, Western Meadowlark, Cardinal:
Sternum:
https://i.imgur.com/t69oxkd.jpg
Pelvis:
https://i.imgur.com/4eW7xMp.jpg

Cave swallow carpometacarpus:
https://www.utep.edu/leb/Pleistnm/taxaAves/hirundinidae.htm

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