Figure 1. . Ears 1a.

Figure 1.

1a. Clipped-off helix, prominent antihelix that extends to the outer helical rim, antihelix discontinuous with the antitragus; absent lobe
1b. Antihelix discontinuous with the antitragus; very small lobe. Preauricular tag occurs occasionally.
1c. Clipped off helix, prominent antihelix that extends to helical margin and does not connect with antitragus, triangular concha and absent lobe
1d. Thin, unfolded helix, prominent inferior antihelix with notch between it and antitragus, rudimentary lobe

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