Reexamination of geographic variation in cranial morphology of the pantropical spotted dolphin , Stenella attenuata , in the eastern Pacific

@inproceedings{William2008ReexaminationOG,
  title={Reexamination of geographic variation in cranial morphology of the pantropical spotted dolphin , Stenella attenuata , in the eastern Pacific},
  author={William and F.. and Perrin and Gary D. Schnell and Daniel J. Hough and Kashiwada},
  year={2008}
}
extent of dolphin mortality that will be permitted. Dolphins are managed by defining a series of management stocks. Data, such as those on skull morphology, can provide insight into the underlying population subdivision and may be of considerable value in defining geographic boundaries of biologically relevant management stocks (Dizon et aI., 1992). Douglas et a1. (1992) have provided a detailed assessment of geographic variation in cranial morphology of spinner dolphins. For spotted dolphins… CONTINUE READING

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