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The vertical row count of scales below the lateral line (SBL) was modified from that of Hubbs and Lagler , the count being made upward and backward from the anal fin origin to the lateral line. の日本語訳を教えてください

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側線(SBL)より下における縦方向のウロコの列の数え方は、HubbsとLaglerの数え方に修正を加えた。 シリビレから側線まで上に向かって、それから逆方向に数えた。 私にはこれだけではよく理解できませんが、質問者さんは理解できるかもしれません。

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