The myelencephalic gland is tri-lobed. The median lobe is wider than any other division of the brain and the width from tip to tip of the lateral lobes is almost as wide again as the median lobe.
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Gillaspy, Carrie C.
"The Myelencephalic Gland of Lepidosteus (osseus and platostomus) and Its Relationship to the Semicircular Canals,"
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