The so-called tear-sacks or suborbital pits come under this head.
There is no crumen or suborbital gland, which is so generally (though by no means universally) present in Cervidae.
In females the dorsum is dull olive-brown; the anterior part of the head is tan, and the suborbital spot is yellowish tan.
It has no suborbital glands or lachrymal fossae, which are as a rule present in the Sheep and absent from the Goats.
Orbits marginal, bounded inferiorly not by the suborbital element.
The suborbital spot is pale greenish tan, and the iris is deep reddish brown.
In Polypterus there is a subopercle also; the suborbital chain is represented by two small bones.
suborbital, sub-or′bi-tal, adj. situated below the orbit of the eye.
The dorsal and ventral boundaries of the orbits are respectively formed by the prominent supra-orbital and suborbital ridges.
suborbital sub·or·bit·al (sŭb-ôr'bĭ-tl)
Situated on or below the floor of the orbit of the eye. n.
A suborbital part, such as a bone, nerve, or cartilage.