Along with the coracoid artery, they are termed a "coracoid complex."
This ossification is evidently that shown in Notobatrachus as "coracoid."
Thoracic and coracoid arteries in two families of birds, Columbidae andHirundinidae.
This forms a kind of hook curved towards the inside; it represents the coracoid process.
The sternum has a well-developed keel, and the scapula and coracoid are large and bird-like.
Among Lizards both scapula and coracoid are widely expanded, and the coracoid is always attached to the sternum.
This bone appears to represent both the coracoid and the clavicle, being formed partly of cartilage bone, partly of membrane bone.
Chameleons have the blade of the scapula long and slender, but the coracoid is always as broad as it is long.
Fractures of the scapula may implicate the body, the surgical neck, the acromion, or the coracoid process.
This rather recalls the relative positions of scapula and coracoid among crocodiles.
coracoid cor·a·coid (kôr'ə-koid')
A bony process projecting from the scapula toward the sternum in mammals.
A beak-shaped bone articulating with the scapula and sternum in most nonmammalia vertebrates, such as birds and reptiles.