Leptotyphlops

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Cuvier Delfin de dientes rugosos in Lesson, 1828) 500 Tursiops truncatus (Montagu, Delfin pico de botella 1821) Phocoenidae 501 Phocoena spinipinnis Marsopa espinosa, chancho marino Burmeister, 1865 Physeteridae 502 Kogia breviceps (Blainvule, Cachalote de cabeza pequena 1838) 503 Kogia sima (Owen, 1866) Cachalote enano 504 Physeter catodon Linnaeus, Cachalote 1758 Iniidae 505 Inia geoffrensis (Blainville, Bufeo colorado 1817) Ziphiidae 506 Mesoplodon grayi Von Haast, Ballena de pico de Gray 1876 507 Mesoplodon peruvianus Reyes, Ballena de pico peruana Mead, y Van 507 Waerebeek, 1991 508 Ziphius cavirostris G.
A BLAST search against the complete GenBank database indicated that the composite sequence had a 99.6% (1040 out of 1044 bp) match with the published NADH2 sequence for a sperm whale (Physeter catodon) (Arnason et al., 2000: GenBank accession NC002503).
The Fortune Bay "sea monster" is the carcass of a sperm whale (Physeter catodon).
The species with the greatest numbers of strandings was Physeter catodon (cachalot, sperm "whale") with 22.9% (8) of the cases, all of them being single ones.
Stenella coeruleoalba (striped dolphin), Globicephala macrorhynchus (pilot "whale"), Tursiops truncatus, Stenella longirostris (spinner dolphin), Physeter catodon and Balaenoptera edeni (Bryde's whale) ate common species.
catodon most individuals (87.5%) did not exceed 12 m in lenght.
Male sperm whales (Physeter catodon) are the champion divers among marine mammals, diving for more than an hour at depths possibly to 2,000 meters.
Scented with ambergris (last century's preferred perfume base) from the stomach of Physeter catodon, the Sperm Whale, Linda would evoke great eras of economic expansion just in wafting by one's table at a Bob Dole fundraiser.
Cachalote Physeter catodon. Pp: 279-284 en: Libro Rojo de los Mamiferos de Colombia (JV Rodriguez-Mahecha, M Alberico, F Trujillo y J Jorgenson, eds.).
Clemens and Wilby (1949) noted several authors reporting sperm whale, Physeter catodon, stomachs as a source of ragfish specimens; with the 1937 record of a ragfish head from a sperm whale taken 30-50 n.mi.
Known predators of ragfish now include species of Thunnidae, feeding on smaller specimens, with sperm whales, Physeter catodon, and Steller sea lions, Eumetopias jubatus, consuming larger adults.
Varamientos de cachalotes, Physeter catodon, en las costas del Atlantico del Brasil y la Argentina (Cetacea, Physeteridae).
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1803) Lynchailurus pajeros (Desmarest, 1816) Leopardus pajeros (Desmarest, 1816) Oncifelis geoffroyi (d'Orbigny y Leopardus geoffroyi Gervais, 1844) (d'Orbigny y Gervais, 1844) Oncifelis guigna (Molina, 1782) Leopardus guigna (Molina, 1782) Oreailurus jacobita (Cornalia, 1865) Leopardus jacobitus (Cornalia, 1865) Tayassu tajacu (Linnaeus, 1758) Pecari tajacu (Linnaeus, 1758) Lama guanicoe (Muller, 1776) Lama glama guanicoe (Muller, 1776) Physeter macrocephalus Linnaeus, 1758 Physeter catodon Linnaeus, 1758 Familia Pontoporiidae Un sinonimo de la familia Iniidae * Akodon philipmyersi Pardinas, D'Elia, No incluida Cirignoli y Suarez, 2005 * Akodon sp.