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A review of the Tertiary fossil Cetacea (Mammalia) localities ...

Introduction Australia has an incompletely known fossil record of cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises; Order Cetacea). The oldest fossil cetaceans from Australia are Early Oligocene, with the fossil record being best known from the Late Miocene-Early Pliocene (Fig.1 for correlation of ...

Scuba Catalog

Hangs from any D-Ring. ( BCQR7 , #42 ) Be hands-free with Cetacea Fin Holders & Gear-Clips Pin-Mount Adapters: Pierce any material from behind and thread the Pin into the back of the Pin-Mount.

Structure of the Cerebral Cortex of the Humpback Whale ...

Structure of the Cerebral Cortex of the Humpback Whale, Megaptera novaeangliae (Cetacea, Mysticeti, Balaenopteridae) PATRICK R. HOF 1,2 * AND ESTELVAN DER GUCHT

Australodelphis mirus, a bizarre new toothless ziphiid-like ...

dolphin (Cetacea: Delphinidae) from the Pliocene of Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica R. EWAN FORDYCEI, PATRICK G. QUILTY* and JAMES DANIELS1* 'Department of GeoloD, Universzty of Otago, PO Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand

Vertebral osteology in Delphinidae (Cetacea)

Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society , 2004, 140 , 383-401. With 10 figures © 2004 The Linnean Society of London, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2004, 140 , 383-401 383 Blackwell Science, LtdOxford, UKZOJZoological Journal of the Linnean Society0024-4082The Lin-nean Society of ...

Order Pinnipedia, seals, sea lions and walrus

(M 3) Marine Mammal Management © Distance education (CZMT-0636-DE1) Oceanographic Center Nova Southeastern University Chapter 9: Introduction to Pinnipeds, seals, fur seals, sea lions and walrus "UNO" (seal number one) [First seal kept in captivity at the University of Guelph; held for 15 years ...

Anatomy of the External Nasal Passages and Facial Complex in ...

Anatomy of the External Nasal Passages and Facial Complex in the Delphinidae (Mammalia: Cetacea) James G. Mead INTRODUCTION Historical Review The structure of the Cetacea (whales, porpoises, and dolphins) has long fascinated anatomists and students of natural history in general.

CFSPH Technical Disease Fact Sheets

Marine mammal isolates of Brucella seem to have a host preference for either the order Cetacea or the order Pinnipedia. One isolate was found in an otter, a member of the Mustelidae.

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ORDER CETACEA by James G. Mead and Robert L. Brownell, Jr. ORDER CETACEA Brisson, 1762. COMMENTS: The definition of oceanic water masses follows Briggs (1974).

PATTERNS OF SKULL VARIATION OF BRACHYDELPHIS (CETACEA ...

patterns of skull variation of brachydelphis (cetacea, odontoceti) from the neogene of the southeastern pacific carolina simon gutstein,* mario a. cozzuol,alexander o. vargas,mario e. sua