skeleton of a bat
Cartilaginous structure attached to the tarsus and supporting the interfemoral membrane.
Bony parts comprising the skeleton of the tail located at the terminal end of the vertebral column.
Bony parts of the back located between the thoracic and sacral vertebrae.
Bony parts of the neck comprising the upper terminal end of the vertebral column.
Bone resulting from the fusion of several vertebrae and located between the lumbar and caudal vertebrae; the pelvis articulates with it.
Bony girdle serving as an attachment point for the legs.
Long bone of the hind limb articulating with the pelvis, the tibia and the fibula.
Long bone forming the outer limb between the femur and the tarsus.
Long bone forming the inner limb between the femur and the tarsus.
Articulated bones forming the skeleton of the fingers and supporting the interfemoral membrane.
Portion of the foot formed of short bones between the tibia, the fibula and the metatarsus.
First digit of the wing; it is short and bears a claw.
Articulated bones forming the skeleton of the fingers and supporting the wing membrane.
Portion of the wing formed of two short bones; it is located between the radius, the ulna and the metacarpus.
Wing bone between the humerus and the carpus.
Long and powerful wing bone supporting the wing membrane.
Long wing bone articulating with the scapula to form the shoulder.
Large thin flat bone; with the clavicle, it serves as an attachment point for the wing.
Long bone located between the sternum and the scapula.
Thin curved bone articulating with the vertebral column and the sternum.
Long flat bone to which certain ribs are attached; powerful flight muscles are inserted into its crest.
Bony structure enclosing and protecting the brain.
Toothed bone forming the lower jaw.