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File:Anson-1934 fig01.jpg|fig 1 embryo 22.8 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig01.jpg|fig 1 Human 22.8 mm
File:Anson-1934 fig02.jpg|fig 2 embryo 29 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig02.jpg|fig 2 Human 29 mm
File:Anson-1934 fig03.jpg|fig 3 embryo 34 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig03.jpg|fig 3 Human 34 mm
File:Anson-1934 fig04.jpg|fig 4 embryo 40 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig04.jpg|fig 4 Human 40 mm
File:Anson-1934 fig05.jpg|fig 5 infant 4 months
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File:Anson-1934 fig05.jpg|fig 5 Infant 4 months
File:Anson-1934 fig06.jpg|fig 6 child 3 years
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File:Anson-1934 fig06.jpg|fig 6 Child 3 years
 
File:Anson-1934 fig07.jpg|fig 7 embryo 36 mm
 
File:Anson-1934 fig07.jpg|fig 7 embryo 36 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig12.jpg|12  Cat 24.1 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig15.jpg|15  Cat 39 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig16.jpg|16  Cat 31 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig17.jpg|17 Guinea-pig 18.5 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig18.jpg|18 Dog 12.5 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig19.jpg|19 Rabbit 21 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig20.jpg|20 Rabbit 25 mm
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File:Anson-1934 fig21.jpg|21 Rabbit 29 mm
 
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Reference

Anson BJ. The early development of the membranous labyrinth in mammalian embryos, with special reference to the endolymphatic duct and the utriculo—endolymphatic duct. (1934) Anat. Rec. 59: 15-25.


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