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Fig. 7. No. 1936, 14 mm., male. X 12.

Fig. 8. No. 955, 17 mm., male. X 12.

Fig. 9. No. 28, 19 mm., male. X 6. (Insert, lateral view.)

Fig. 10. No. 3S9a, 21 mm., male. X 6. (Insert, lateral view.)

Fig. 11. No. 202.S, 15 mm., female. X 12. 12. No. 1750, 17.2 mm., female. X

Fig. 12.

Fig. 13. No. 684, 20 mm., female. X 6.

Fig. 14. No. 194, 21 mm., female. X 6.

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Fig. 22 , No. 590. 23 mm., male. X 6.

â– No. 1900-606, 25 mm., male. X 6. â– No. 879e, 29.6 mm., male. X 6. . No. 1022d, 32 mm., male. X 0. (Insert, lateral view.) No. 2393, 23 mm., female. X 6. No. 1900-60a, 25 mm., female. X 6. . No. 950, 29 mm., female. X 6. â– No. 1358h, 33 mm., female. X 6.

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Reference

Spaulding MH. The development of the external genitalia in the human embryo. (1921) Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 81, 13: 69 – 88.


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