caudal appendageGo to external page http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/UBERON_2002130
Multi-tissue structure that is region of the body posterior to the last anal-fin ray. [ TAO:wd ]
Comments: This is a gymnotiform structure. The caudal appendage can include vertebrae, a cartilginous rod, pterygiophores, anal-fin rays, and intermuscular bones. Definition reference: Albert, JS and WL Fink. 2007. PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF FOSSIL NEOTROPICAL ELECTRIC FISHES (OSTEICHTHYES: GYMNOTIFORMES) FROM THE UPPER MIOCENE OF BOLIVIA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27(1):17-25.
Multi-tissue structure that is region of the body posterior to the last anal-fin ray.
This class was sourced from an external ontology (teleost_anatomy). Its definitions, naming conventions and relationships may need to be checked for compatibility with uberon