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Synonyms for Delphinidae

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De acuerdo con el analisis de la oseofauna de este sitio, existe abundante presencia de restos oseos correspondientes a la familia Delphinidae, evidenciada principalmente en vertebras, fragmentos de craneo (mandibulas, frontales y occipitales) y perioticos.
A familia Delphinidae apresenta dentes conicos e curvos, possuem grande variacao em tamanho e contribuem com pelo menos 36 especies, entre elas orca (Orcinus orca), golfinho rotador (Stenella longirostris), boto-cinza (Sotalia guianensis) e golfinho nariz de garrafa (Tursiops truncatus).
Name Bottlenose Dolphin Harbor Porpoise Family Delphinidae Phocoinedae Class Mammal Mammal Species The bottlenose is the only "Porpoise," often used to Info one of 26 dolphin species mean any small dolphin, is identified as a killer of actually a distinct mammal porpoises and baby with 6 species.
Taxonomically speaking, killer whales are dolphins, or members of the family Delphinidae.
2014) reviewed the results of these expeditions as well as other sources of information and confirmed the presence of 12 species belonging to five marine mammal families (Balaenopteridae, Physeteridae, Ziphiidae, Delphinidae and Phocidae) within the area of Easter and Salas y Gomez islands.
The species belongs to the family Delphinidae and is generally gregarious in nature; however, smaller group sizes are recorded from the Mediterranean (Notarbartolo di Sciara et al.
Fischer [von Waldheim], 1814) Ozotoceros bezoarticus Leucism 1 Brazil (Linnaeus, 1758) Delphinidae Sotalia guianensis (van Undetermined 1 Brazil Beneden, 1864) Stenella attenuata Undetermined 1 Panama graffmani (Lonnberg, 1934) Physeteridae Physeter macrocephalus Undetermined 1 Peru Linnaeus, 1758 Tayassuidae Pecari tajacu1 (Linnaeus, Leucism 1 Brazil 1758) Carnivora Mustelidae Eira barbara (Linnaeus, Leucism 6 Brazil 1758) Otariidae Arctocephalus australis Piebaldism 1 Uruguay (Zimmermann, 1783) Otaria flavescens (Shaw, Leucism 1 Chile 1800) Albinism 1 Argentina Chiroptera Mollossidae Eumops glaucinus (Wagner, Albinism 1 Brazil 1843) Nyctinomops laticaudatus Piebaldism 5 Brazil (E.
This assertion is consistent with documented correlations between water temperature fluctuations (associated with La Nina events) and short-beaked common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) distribution (Neumann, 2001) and distributional range limits for some Delphinidae species determined by water temperature (Gaskin, 1968).
Lobomycosis (lacaziosis) is a chronic, granulomatous, fungal infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissues that affects humans and members of the family Delphinidae (1-6).
melas -- 2 (47) 2 (47) Balaenopteriidae 1 (1) 1 (1) 2 (2) NI Delphinidae NI -- 1 (4) 1 (4) Total 15 (26) 46 (202) 61 (228) Species GER Area 1 Area 2 Dif.
Such findings are not as clear as the sequence of suture closure detected in other species of the Family Delphinidae (e.
The high behavioral plasticity of the Delphinidae family may be reflected in an interspecies comparison.
Research conducted on coastal species of Delphinidae has identified behavioural changes in the presence of boats.
guianensis the hypoglossal foramen generally meets between the crest of the basioccipital and the paraoccipital process, more precisely in the jugular notch as it occurs in other species of marine Delphinidae, for example, Grampus griseus (Cuvier, 1812) (Yamagiwa et al.