5 edition of Biological observations on Mesoplodon carlhubbsi (Cetacea:Ziphiidae) found in the catalog.
Biological observations on Mesoplodon carlhubbsi (Cetacea:Ziphiidae)
James G. Mead
Bibliography: p. 24-25.
|Statement||James G. Mead, William A. Walker, and Warren J. Houck.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 344|
|Contributions||Walker, William A., Houck, Warren J.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 344, QL237.C438 .S54 no. 344|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||81009311|
Biological observations on Mesoplodon carlhubbsr (Cetacea: Ziphiidae). Smithson. Con- MERCER, M. C. Modified Leslie-DeLury hib. kl~gy, l population models of the long-finned pilot whale (Globicephala melaena) and annual production of the short-finned squid (Iller fllecebrosur) based on their interaction at Newfoundland. J. For the molecular phylogenetic analysis, one to four sequences of five Mesoplodon species (M. ginkgodens, M. hotaula, M. stejnegeri, M. carlhubbsi, and M. densirostris, with Ziphius cavirostris as an outgroup; see Appendix for accession nos. for each species sequences) were used to test the position of MgCR1 and MgCytb1 in the trees.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Curtis, James, ; Format: Book; xix, p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Geographic Range. Mesoplodon carlhubbsi, or Hubb’s beaked whale, is found in the temperate waters of the North Pacific. M. carlhubbsi ranges from Japan to British Columbia and California. The northernmost sighting occurred in Eastern North Pacific, near Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
Prominent hepatic ductular reaction induced by Oschmarinella macrorchis in a Hubbs’ beaked whale Mesoplodon carlhubbsi, with biological notes DAO | Full text in pdf format. Peralta-García A, Adams AJ, Briggs CJ, Galina-Tessaro P, Valdez-Villavicencio JH, . Curator of North American mammals and Chief of Mammal Section, National Biological Service, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, USA: Reference for: Mesoplodon carlhubbsi: Expert: Dr. James G. Mead: Notes: Vertebrate Zoology, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC Reference for.
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[James G Mead; William A Walker; Warren J Houck; Smithsonian Institution.]. Hubbs' beaked whale (Mesoplodon carlhubbsi) was initially thought to be an Andrews' beaked whale when discovered by ichthyologist Carl Hubbs; however, it was named in his honor when it was discovered to be a new species has the typical dentition found in the genus, but its main outstanding features are a white "cap" on the head and very extensive : Mammalia.
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Sowerby's beaked whale (Mesoplodon bidens) was previously known in the Mediterranean Sea from a single live stranding of two individuals in the French report here on two live sightings in the western Mediterranean, central-western Tyrrhenian Sea off eastern Corsica (Montecristo Trough) and off eastern Sardinia (Caprera Canyon) in andrespectively.
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Andrew Butterworth, ed. ISBN: ‐3‐‐‐er International Publishing, New York, NY. Hardcover US$ Karen A. Stockin. Hubbs' beaked whale (Mesoplodon carlhubbsi) was initially thought to be an Andrews' beaked whale when discovered by ichthyologist Carl Hubbs; however, it was named in his honor when it was discovered to be a new species has the typical dentition found in the genus, but its main outstanding features are a white "cap" on the head and very extensive scarring.
Mead, James G., Walker, William A., and Houck, Warren J. "Biological observations on Mesoplodon carlhubbsi (Cetacea, Ziphiidae)."Smithsonian Contributions to. Gales, N.J., Dalebout, M.L. and Bannister, J.L.
() Genetic identification and biological observation of two free-swimming beaked whales: Hector's beaked whale (Mesoplodon hectori, Gray ) and Gray's beaked whale (Mesolpodon Grayi, Von Hasst, ).
Marine Mammal Scie – Four hypotheses have been put forward to explain patterns of Mesoplodon tusk morphology and/or the processes that have driven the diversification of this genus.
After first clarifying the taxonomic status of many ziphiids (Moore,), Moore () proposed a linear progression of phenetic relationships among Mesoplodon species based primarily on the position and angle of. The strap-toothed beaked whale (Mesoplodon layardii), also known as Layard's beaked whale, is one of the largest members of the mesoplodont family, growing to metres (20 ft) in length and reaching up to 1, kilograms (2, lb).
The common and scientific name was given in honor of Edgar Leopold Layard, the curator of the South African Museum, who prepared drawings of a skull and sent.
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