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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crumen
Literary usage of Crumen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Illustrated Natural History by John George Wood (1865)
"crumen represented by double series of pores. Crown crested. Habitat.—Africa. ... Compressed mane running down nape of neck; tuft of hair over crumen. ..."
2. Wood's Animal Kingdom: Illustrated by John George Wood (1870)
"Compressed mane running down nape of neck; tuft of hair ver crumen. Habitat. ... Tuft of hair over crumen. Long hair on forehead and on throat . ..."
3. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"crumen distinct. Tail elongated. Skin covered with wool or adpressed hair. ... crumen distinct. Tail very short. Skin covered with thick hair which conceals ..."
4. Catalogue of Ruminant Mammalia: (Pecora, Linnæus) in the British Museum by John Edward Gray (1872)
"crumen none. False hoofs none. Pastern with tufts of rigid black hairs on ... crumen none. Knees not tufted, with a tuft of black hair near the pasterns. ..."
5. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1870)
"There being neither a suborbital gland (crumen), osseous fossa for the same, nor inguinal sacs and pores, points consequentially to forms exhibiting a ..."
6. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1850)
"... ending in a naked, moist muffle ; they generally have a well-developed tail, distinct crumen, and rather long false hoofs ; their fawns are spotted, ..."