Chiloscyllium punctatum, female: Different perspectives of the anterior part of dissected specimen. In this dissection step, only the skin was removed. Large parts of the connective tissue were left on the object. The subcutaneous nerve cords and the ampullae of Lorenzini are well visible. The weak condition of the soft tissues is also evident. A dorsal, B lateral, C ventral views. Abbreviations: ba, barbell; dal, dorsal ampullae of Lorenzini; ey, eye; lal, lateral ampullae of Lorenzini; mo, mouth opening; nc, nasal capsule; no, nostril; pec, pectoral fin; sp, spiracle; val, ventral ampullae of Lorenzini.

  Part of: Staggl MA, Abed-Navandi D, Kriwet J (2022) Cranial morphology of the orectolobiform shark, Chiloscyllium punctatum Müller & Henle, 1838. Vertebrate Zoology 72: 311-370.