backward-pointing

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  • The sexes are in general similar in appearance but males have short backward-pointing horns up to long.
  • Some individuals also have a distinctive dark marking with three backward-pointing prongs atop the head.
  • The over-the-shoulder variety of the instrument was used, as the backward-pointing bell of the instrument allowed troops marching behind the band to hear the music.
  • They have backward-pointing spines on the tongue to help remove meat from bone.
  • This technique can help with prediction accuracy of loops, which are usually backward-pointing branches, and are taken more often than not taken.
  • It has a plump, rounded body almost completely covered in large, rough scales with sharp, backward-pointing spines.
  • A backward pointing V-shaped ridge at back of forehead.
  • On both sides, the bottom side of the first 10 of these ended in backward-pointing, triangular points or projections.
  • The last turrets produced also had a backward pointing episcope for the commander, instead of a vision slit.
  • The color pattern consists of a greenish or olive ground color overlaid with a series of dark narrow backward pointing chevrons running down the back.
  • Along the margins of the pygidium are a pair of very small backward-pointing spines.
  • It does this by turning its feet so the claws of its hind paws are backward pointing and can grip the tree bark.
  • The legs are short and weak, and the feet are zygodactylic (two forward-pointing toes, two backward-pointing).
  • The skin is thick and very rough due to the dermal denticles, which are large and upright with three backward-pointing teeth.
  • The eyes are large and the pronotum is yellowish or pale brown, with a blackish area in the middle and small backward-pointing teeth.
  • There are short sensory barbels around the head, together with short, backward pointing spines on the gill covers.
  • The eyes are oval and both jaws have multiple rows of backward pointing, serrated teeth.
  • Caecilians do not flick their tongues, but catch their prey by grabbing it with their slightly backward-pointing teeth.
  • The tongue has sharp, backward-pointing papillae which assist it in processing tough foods.
  • The anal ring is surrounded by a double row of pores and has a bunch of six backward pointing setae.
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