||P.199 left column bottom paragraph: "Regarding small lymphocytes, the largest mean diameter was observed in urodeles (14.92 μm) and the smallest mean diameter was observed in lizards (7.79 μm) (Table 3). In large lymphocytes, the nuclei which are spherical are more chromophilic and they are located in one region of the cell. The cytoplasm covers a larger area than that of small lymphocytes and is stained in pale blue and the nuclei are stained with Wright’s stain in purplish blue (Fig. 3B). In large lymphocytes, the largest mean diameter was measured in urodeles (20.73 μm) and the smallest mean diameter was measured in lizards (11.63 μm) (Table 3)."