The portion of the hindlimb that contains both the stylopod and zeugopod. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leg#Limb ]
uberon_slim, efo_slim, pheno_slim
we use the less open to misinterpretation 'hindlimb zeugopod'. Editor note: currently declared as overlapping foot, as AOs disagree over whether some ankle parts are in the leg or foot
The portion of the hindlimb that contains both the stylopod and zeugopod.
Most anatomists now agree that the three proximal bones of the tetrapod limbs are homologous to the two or three proximal elements of the paired fin skeleton of other sarcopterygians, that is the humerus-femur, radius-tibia, and ulna-fibula.[well established][VHOG]
The term leg can mean:  an appendage on which an animal walks  the entire hindlimb of a tetrapod  the segment of a human leg between knee and ankle (cf FMA)  the region of a hindlimb include the stylopod and zeugopod, but excluding the autopod. We define this class as , and thus 'leg' is compltely analagous to 'arm'. For , see the class 'locomotive weight-bearing appendage'. For  we use 'hindlimb'. For