initis in·i·tis (ĭ-nī'tĭs)
Inflammation of fibrous tissue.
Comparisons with initis and celenda are made in the accounts of those subspecies.
From salva, initis differs in that skulls of males average larger in every measurement taken, being 41 per cent heavier.
In relation to the basilar length, the interorbital and preorbital parts of the skull are much less in initis.
The preorbital and interorbital regions in initis are relatively smaller in comparison also with arctica.