Neophocaena phocaenoides

@inproceedings{Jefferson2004NeophocaenaP,
  title={Neophocaena phocaenoides},
  author={Thomas A Jefferson and Samuel K. Hung},
  year={2004}
}
Delphinus G. Cuvier, 1829:291. Part, not Delphinus Linnaeus, 1758. Neomeris Gray, 1846:30. Type species N. phocaenoides G. Cuvier by original designation. Preoccupied by Neomeris Lamouroux, a genus of algae (originally thought to be a polyp), and Neomeris Costa, a genus of polychaetes. Meomeris Gray, 1847:36. Misprint of Neomeris. Phocaena Blanford, 1888:574. Type species N. phocaenoides G. Cuvier, 1829. Neophocaena Palmer, 1899:23. Type species D. phocaenoides G. Cuvier by monotypy… 

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