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Synonyms for natator

a person who travels through the water by swimming

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Mating system, multiple paternities and effective population size in the endemic flatback turtle (Natator depressus) in Australia.
English defenders of Gardener's role did not address how he might have learned the stroke, and 'Natator' pointed out the possibility that somebody had described or demonstrated the Aboriginal method of propulsion in water to England even earlier in the nineteenth century (Referee, 30 January 1895, p.
Although the discussion was limited in Australia to one newspaper, and lasted for less than a year, it is significant because 'Natator', an expert on swimming, credited the account based on the character of the claimants, the details given and his own knowledge of Aboriginal swimming.
The main species of sea turtle caught in Australian prawn-trawl nets are flatback turtles, Natator depressus; loggerhead turtles; green turtles, Chelonia mydas; and olive ridley turtles, Lepidochelys olivacea.
Trace element concentrations in nesting flatback turtles (Natator depressus) from Curtis Island, Queensland, Australia.
monacha (Stroben et al., 1992a,b) Littorina littorea (Bauer et al., 1995; Deutsch and Fioroni, 1996) and Gyrineum natator (Vishwakiran et al., 2006).
tissoti, Cronia konkanensis and in the cymatiid Gyrineum natator in areas with vessel activity (Vishwakiran and Anil, 1999; Tewari et al., 2002; Vishwakiran et al., 2006).
Necrotic egg and hat chling remains are key factors attracting dipterans to sea turtle (Caretta caretta, Chelonia mydas, Natator depressus) nests in Central Queensland, Australia.
Asynchronous emergence of Flatback seaturtles, Natator depressus, from a beach hatchery in Northern Australia.
Despite few available data, the existence of an oceanic pelagic stage during at least the first 1-2 years of a sea turtle's life, commonly referred to as the 'lost years' (Carr, 1986), is a life history hypothesis widely accepted for all sea turtle species, except the flatback (Natator depressus) in Australia (Carr, 1987; Musick & Limpus, 1997; Bolten, 2003; Reich et al., 2007; Witherington et al., 2012; Mansfield et al., 2014).
La existencia de estos hibridos es extraordinaria porque las tribus Caretiini (Caretta caretta, Eretmochelys imbricata, Lepidochelys kempi) y Chelonini (Chelonia mydas y Natator depressus) (Bolten et al.
Sinonimia: Carcharias microps Lowe, 1840; Carcharias (Prionodon) pleurotaenia Bleeker, 1852; Carcharias (Prionodon) muelleri Steindachner, 1867; Carcharias maculipinna Gunther, 1868; Carcharias ehrenbergi Klunzinger, 1871; Carcharias aethlorus Jordan & Gilbert, 1882; Gymnorrhinus abbreviatus Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1899; Carcharias phorcys Jordan & Gilbert, 1903; Carcharhinus natator Meek & Hildebrand, 1923; Galeolamna pleurotaenia tilsoni Whitley, 1950.
natator) y cloroficeas (Crucigenia tetrapedia), estan en concordancia con sus condiciones eutroficas.