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Fig. 41. No. {{CE1163}}, 68 mm., male. X 4. (Insert, lateral
 
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Fig. 42.  Xo. nn34fc, 75 mm, male. X 4.
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Plate 4

Fig. 39. No. 1183, 60 mm., male (perineal v-iew). X 4.

Fig. 40. No. 1183 Same (lateral view) . X 4.

Fig. 41. No. 1163, 68 mm., male. X 4. (Insert, lateral

Fig. 42. No. nn34k, 75 mm, male. X 4.

Fig. 43. No. 907, 60 mm., female (perineal view). X 4.

Fig. 44. No. 907, Same (lateral view). X 4.

Fig. 45. No. 1282b, 65 mm., female. X 4.

Fig. 46. No. 1542, 69 mm., female. X 4.

Fig. 47. No. 2026, 80-90 mm. (est.), male.

Fig. 48. No. 1705a, 83.2 mm., male. X 4.

Fig. 49. No. 1852, 95 mm., male. X 3.

Fig. 50. No. 834, 98 mm., male. X 3.

Fig. 51. No. 1455, 78 mm., female. X 4.

Fig. 52. No. 1474b, 84 mm., female. X 4.

Fig. 53. No. 1831, 93.5 mm., female. X 4.

Fig. 54. No. 1476, 100 mm., female. X 4.


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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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