initis

[ĭ-nītĭs]
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Historical Examples of initis

  • Comparisons with initis and celenda are made in the accounts of those subspecies.

    American Weasels

    E. Raymond Hall

  • From salva, initis differs in that skulls of males average larger in every measurement taken, being 41 per cent heavier.

    American Weasels

    E. Raymond Hall

  • In relation to the basilar length, the interorbital and preorbital parts of the skull are much less in initis.

    American Weasels

    E. Raymond Hall

  • The preorbital and interorbital regions in initis are relatively smaller in comparison also with arctica.

    American Weasels

    E. Raymond Hall