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They are usually called Lancet-fish, from the curious structure of the sub-caudal spines.NARRATIVE OF A SURVEY OF THE INTERTROPICAL AND WESTERN COASTS OF AUSTRALIA] [VOLUME 2 OF 2]PHILLIP PARKER KING
The caudal appendage of the juvenile and female is made up of three small joints tapering to a blunt end.JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY, MARCH 1917VARIOUS
Towards the caudal end the lateral branches come off more irregularly.JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY, MARCH 1917VARIOUS
In the breeding season the two median caudal feathers of the cock project as bristles beyond the others.A BIRD CALENDAR FOR NORTHERN INDIADOUGLAS DEWAR
In winter the tail is short, but in May both sexes grow long pheasant-like caudal feathers which give the bird its popular name.A BIRD CALENDAR FOR NORTHERN INDIADOUGLAS DEWAR
You perceive the early naturalists set great store by an animal's caudal appendage.THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME XXVII, JANUARY 1904, NO. 157VARIOUS
They are furnished with two or three very long, jointed, threadlike caudal appendages.DIRECTIONS FOR COLLECTING AND PRESERVING INSECTSC. V. RILEY
Head, about one-fourth of the whole length from the snout to the base of the caudal fin, varying much with age and size.GAME BIRDS AND GAME FISHES OF THE PACIFIC COASTHARRY THOM PAYNE
Pectoral fin on a level with the eye and small; ventral under the center of the pectoral; caudal, slim and forked.GAME BIRDS AND GAME FISHES OF THE PACIFIC COASTHARRY THOM PAYNE