The inner, or preaxial, and usually the larger, of the two bones of the leg or hind limb below the knee.
The fourth joint of the leg of an insect. See Illust. under Coleoptera, and under Hexapoda.
A musical instrument of the flute kind, originally made of the leg bone of an animal.
One of the two bones of the leg (i.e., the lower thigh, second thigh, or lower leg).
(pl. tibiae) The fourth major segment of the insect leg, between the femur and the tarsus.
The bone on the medial side of the lower leg, in line with the first digit.
The inner and usually the larger of the two bones of the hind limb (leg) between the knee and ankle.
The fourth division of the insect's leg between the femur (thigh) and the tarsus or the foot.
A leg segment away from the tarantula's body, after its "knee," like your tibia. Most mature male tarantulas have a small hook under each tibia.
the thicker of the two long bones in the lower leg; commonly called the shin
The long, slim segment of an insect's leg to which the tarsus is attached. Podomere of an insect or acarine leg that articulates proximally with the femur in insects and patella in acarines and distally with the tarsus in insects or with the metatarsus or tarsus in acarines.
The fourth section of the leg, between the femur and the tarsus (Figs. 62A, 63).
(pl. tibiae), fourth segment of an insect leg, located between the femur and tarsus
larger bone in the lower hind leg
the part of the leg on frogs and toads from the knee to the heel.
the inner and thicker of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle
leg from heel to knee in frogs and toes
the forth of five segments of an insects' leg, usually the longest segment and is often thin, straight or slightly curved and may have spines.
The fourth element of the insect leg, distad of the femur and proximal of the tarsus. See leg segments.
The fourth segment of an insect's leg.
segment of leg that protrudes from feathers, above "ankle"
shin bone: the inner, thicker of the two bones of the lower leg.
A leg bone that is located directly below the knee cap (patella). Commonly referred to as the shinbone.
also called the shinbone.
( tibiae, pl.): The fourth segment of the insect leg, between the femur and tarsus. (Fig. 1)
the largest bone in the lower leg; shinbone.
Bone between stifle and hock joint (shin bone)
Second largest bone of the skeleton. Located in the middle of the lower leg. It joins with the fibula and the femur forming the knee joint. It is also called the "shin joint".
shin bone or larger bone of the lower leg.
the inner and larger of the two bones of the lower human leg, extending from the knee to the ankle, or a corresponding bone in other vertebrates (also called shinbone).
the inner and larger bone of the lower leg
the 4th segment of the insect leg, located between the femur and tarsus.
Shin bone; larger of the two bones of the lower leg and is the weight-bearing bone of the shin.
This is the second section of the leg. It is equivalent of the human shin. It is hairy or spiny to grip and capture prey.
Part of the leg above the knee.
The anterior of the two long bones articulating in the hind limb. In humans, the tibia is the shinbone.
second leg segment, usually longer and thinner than femur
Fourth segment of a leg that articulates basally with the femur and apically with the tarsus. [drawing
the larger bone in the lower leg, the shinbone
One of the segments of the leg, between femur and tarsus.
The bone between the knee and the foot.
the smaller of the two major bones in the hock
The larger of the two bones in the leg (the smaller one being the fibula). The tibia is familiarly known as the shinbone.
Fourth leg segment, just preceding the tarsus.
The fourth leg section, between the femur and the tarsi. (figure )
the shin bone.
The large bone is the Tibia. The thin bone of the lower leg. image image image image image
(pl. tibiae) shin bone
The larger of two bones in the lower leg.