Figure 2 : Hypotheses of hindlimb muscle homology; similar colors indicate homologous muscles.

From: Characteristic tetrapod musculoskeletal limb phenotype emerged more than 400 MYA in basal lobe-finned fishes

Figure 2

Latimeria (A,B), Neoceratodus (C,D), and Ambystoma (E,F). Dorsal views (A,C,E) and ventral views (B,D,F). Abbreviations: abductor dorsolateralis (abd. dorsolat.), abductor profundus (abd. prof.), abductor superficialis (abd. sup.), abductor digiti minimi (AbD5), abductor et extensor digiti I (AbED1), adductor femoris (ADD), adductor profundus (add. prof.), adductor superficialis (add. sup.), contrahentium caput longum (CCL), caudofemoralis (CDF), caudalipuboischiotibialis (CPIT), extensor cruris tibialis (ECT), extensor cruris et tarsi fibularis (ECTF), extensores digitorum breves (EDB), extensor digitorum longus (EDL), elevator lateralis (elev. lat.), extensor tarsi tibialis (ETT), extensor iliotibialis (EXILT), flexor accessorius lateralis (FAL), flexor accessorius medialis (FAM), flexores breves superficiales (FBS), flexor digitorum communis (FDC), femorofibularis (FMFB), gracilis (GRA), iliocaudalis (ILC), intermetatarsales (IMT), interosseus cruris (IOC), ischiocaudalis (ISC), puboischiofemoralis externus (PIFE), puboischiofemoralis internus (PIFI), puboischiotibialis (PIT), pubotibialis (PTB), pronator profundus (PP), pubotibialis (PTB), pterygialis caudalis (pteryg. caud.), pterygialis cranialis (pteryg. cran.), segmented muscle (seg. m.), tenuissimus (T).