Bottlenose Dolphin Taxonomy
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Bottlenose Dolphin Taxonomy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Bottlenose Dolphin Taxonomy books and related discussion.
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- Multi-gene evidence for a new bottlenose dolphin species in
- clymene) and common dolphins Delphinus spp. than to the common bottlenose dolphin T. truncatus.
- Cranial variation in bottlenose dolphins <Emphasis Type="Italic
- Key words: Tursiops aduncus, Tursiops truncatus, bottlenose dolphin, morphology, taxonomy.
- Genetic differentiation between parapatric `nearshore' and `offshore
- The bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is a social Unlike the ENP bottlenose dolphins, the .. to resolve the broader questions about taxonomic status.
- Variation in external morphology of resident bottlenose dolphins in
- The taxonomy of bottlenose dolphins has been a debate for a long time. At this moment two species of. Tursiops are recognized being T.
- NC3 Doc. - CITES
- TAXONOMIC STATUS AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE INDO-PACIFIC. BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN, TURSIOPS ADUNCUS (EHRENBERG, 1833).
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- Bottlenose dolphin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- dolphins. For the commonest species, see common bottlenose dolphin. ...
- About Bottlenose Dolphins: Distribution and Taxonomy - National
- Distribution and Taxonomy.
- Dolphins Plus - Dolphin Information and Frequently Asked Questions
- Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, or Tursiops truncatus, are cetaceans.
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