A few new species of Crucifer and Astragalus were obtained on the ridge.
The fibula articulates with the calcaneum, and the astragalus is very flat.
The two bones of the proximal row are the astragalus and calcaneum.
The caterpillar eats Astragalus, Thermopsis, and white clover.
The os calcis is crushed between the astragalus and the ground.
The astragalus, and with it the foot, is displaced backward.
To this form the name total dislocation of the astragalus is given.
The astragalus has a shorter neck than in Meniscotherium, for example.
Prickly forms of Statice and Astragalus cover the dry hills.
The astragalus and the calcaneum differ slightly from those of ruminants.