Stenella clymene

@inproceedings{Jefferson2003StenellaC,
  title={Stenella clymene},
  author={Thomas A. Jefferson and Barbara E. Curry},
  year={2003}
}
Delphinus metis Gray, 1846 (no. 2):39. Type specimen (skull in the British Museum) collected from an unknown locality, presumably in the Atlantic Ocean. The illustration in Gray’s Plate 18 of Delphinus metis (no. 1):38 is not the type specimen nor is it of S. clymene. Delphinus clymene Gray, 1850:115. Renaming of Delphinus metis Gray (no. 2). See Remarks. Clymene normalis Gray, 1866:214. Renaming of Delphinus clymene Gray. Clymenia normalis Gray, 1868:6. Renaming of Clymene normalis Gray… 
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