The leg is thus easily exposed, and should be, as a rule, skinned to the tarsal joint.
I was also glad to be reminded of teeth of camel and tarsal bones.
tarsal lobes: membranous appendages arising from the underside of the tarsal joints in some Coleoptera.
The palpal organ is outside the tarsal joint, as it is in the Mygales.
I would add, however, that the "tarsal cartilages" in the turkey extensively ossify.
The condition of the tarsal fold is characteristic of the species.
An example of fracture by direct violence is found in fractures of the tarsal bones after a fall upon the feet from a height.
The legs consist of six joints, the tarsal joints being large and two in number, and bearing a pair of terminal curved claws.
The ankle joint is intertarsal, or situated between the proximal and distal row of tarsal bones, not cruro-tarsal as in Mammalia.
Some authors consider it to be a tarsal bone, and describe it under the name of the coronoid bone of the tarsus (Fig. 52, 2).
tarsal tar·sal (tär'səl)
Of, relating to, or situated near the tarsus of the foot.
Of or relating to the tarsus of the eyelid.