Nail

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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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Fixed finger with 2 small bifurcate projections on cutting edge, not overlapping unguis, with 3 setae on cutting edge and 3 ventral setae.
Means and ranges for the forelimb dew claw to medial unguis tip length (HL) for white-tailed deer collected from the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, during the 2001 fall hunting season.
Unguis with basal paired teeth at 40% of the inner edge in L3 (25% in LI), and with 2 inner unpaired teeth at 65% and 70% of the L3 inner edge respectively (50% and 70% in LI); lateral teeth and dorsal tooth in basal position.
Tunica absent; all unguis with 1 small inner tooth, however, in a few specimens it is lacking in one or all unguis.
Unguis long and slender, with 1 inner, 1+1 lateral and 1 dorsal teeth (56 pm); unguiculus long and slender (15 pm), without apical filament.
All ungues with tunica, all unguiculi with apical filament exceeding unguis tip, corner tooth absent (Figs.