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10 – Review of the Signature-Whistle Hypothesis for the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin
REVISION OF THE SPOTTED DOLPHINS, STENELLA SPP.
The taxonomy of the spotted dolphins has been confused. Two apparent species exist, one endemic to the Atlantic and the other pantropical. They have sharply different color patterns and… Expand
The Whistle of the Atlantic Bottlenosed Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)—Ontogeny
Data gathered on whistles of 126 Atlantic bottlenosed dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) of assorted sizes and both sexes indicate that the whistle varies with age in several parameters. Most, but not… Expand
Stenella clymene, a Rediscovered Tropical Dolphin of the Atlantic
Stenella clymene has not been recognized as a valid species in recent lists of cetaceans. Examination of new material allows the redescription of this valid species. Externally, it closely resembles… Expand
Comparative lipid patterns in acoustical and nonacoustical fatty tissues of dolphins, porpoises and toothed whales.
- C. Litchfield, A. Greenberg, D. Caldwell, M. C. Caldwell, J. Sípos, R. Ackman
- Biology, Medicine
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B…
- 15 April 1975
Abstract 1. 1. Jaw and blubber fats from twenty different genera of Odontoceti were analyzed for lipid class composition and for iodine value. Results were compared with our previous analyses on… Expand
Fish Respiration in the Natural Oxygen Gradient of an Anaerobic Spring in Florida
HUBBS, CARL L., AND KARL F. LAGLER. 1941. Guide to the fishes of the Great Lakes and tributary waters. Cranbrook Inst. Sci., Bull. 18: 1-100, figs. 1-118. OSBURN, R. C. 1901. The fishes of Ohio. Ohio… Expand
Whales, dolphins, and porpoises of the western North Atlantic / Stephen Leatherwood, David K. Caldwell, and Howard E. Winn, with special assistance by William E. Schevill and Melba C. Caldwell
Some Parasitic Diseases of Dolphins
- J. C. Woodard, S. G. Zam, D. Caldwell, M. C. Caldwell
- Biology, Medicine
- Pathologia veterinaria
- 1 May 1969
Lungworm infection (Halocercus sp.) in the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) was found to be very common in animals captured from the wild and in those raised within an aquarium.… Expand