musculus rectus abdominis profundusGo to external page http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/UBERON_3010792
In salamanders (Caudata) the m. rectus abdominis profundus is sometimes continuous with the m. rectus cervicis profundus. In extreme cases (family Plethodontidae) represents an undivided muscle that arises from the psoterior border of the ischium that proceds uninterrupted to the tongue pad.
A component of the rectus abdominal muscle that is some taxa (see comment) forms a disctinct and separate muscle.
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