2 edition of On a specimen of the southern bottlenosed whale, Hyperoodon planifrons found in the catalog.
On a specimen of the southern bottlenosed whale, Hyperoodon planifrons
F. C. Fraser
|Statement||by F.C. Fraser.|
|Series||Discovery reports -- v. 23|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C438 F84 1945|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -36 :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Hyperoodon planifrons, Southern Bottlenose Whale [English] Author(s)/Editor(s): Rice, Dale W. Publication Date: Article/Chapter Title: Marine Mammals of the World: Systematics and Distribution: Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Special Publications of the Society for Marine Mammals, no. 4: Page(s): ix + Publisher: The Society for Biological classification: Species. An adult male specimen has yet to wash up, but sightings of the tropical bottlenose whale indicate they have a rather bulbous melon, two teeth located towards the front of the beak, and scars from fighting with the teeth. Scars from cookiecutter sharks are also rather common on the : Mammalia.
The remaining five probably are irregular visitors: Arnoux's beaked whale (Berardius arnuxii), Andrew's beaked whale (M. bowdoini), Hector's beaked whale (M. hectori), True's beaked whale (M. mirus), and the southern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon planifrons). A skull of the last species (the holotype) was found in the Dampier Archipelago. On a Specimen of the Southern Bottlenosed Whale, Hyperoodon planifrons: F C Fraser DSc March pp 37 – Report on Rocks from West Antarctica and the Scotia Arc G W Tyrell ARCSc DSc FGS FRSE June pp. – The Development and Life-History of Adolescent and Adult Krill, Euphausia superba: Helene E Bargmann PhD June pp. –
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THE OCCURRENCE OF THE SOUTHERN BOTTLE-NOSED WHALE, HYPEROODON PLANIFRONS FLOWER, IN NEW ZEALAND WATERS [McCann, Charles] on Author: Charles McCann. Southern Bottle-nosed Whale in Tasmanian Waters TABLE 1 THE SKULL OF THE TASMN~IAN AND OTHER SPECIMENS OF HYPEROODON PLANIFRONS.
Measurements (nun) following the system of Moore (). The South African () was reported in Moore () and the South Australian specimen is 2 3 Tietz (). 4 1 Apex of rostrum to most posterior part of occipital condyles.
specimen Z Hyperoodon planifrons Tissue and DNA Common name Southern Bottlenose Whale Specimen nature Tissue Higher taxonomy Chordata, Mammalia, Cetacea Collected Australia, Victoria. Compared to the Northern Bottlenose Whale, little is known about the diet of Southern Bottlenose Whales.
However, the stomach of an adult female found stranded on Heard Island included beaks from 15 species of squid, as well as fish eye lenses. The stomach of the specimen from Ohope, New Zealand contained squid beaks. The southern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon planifrons) is a species of whale, in the Ziphiid family, one of two members of the genus observed, the southern bottlenose whale is resident in Antarctic waters.
The species was first described by English zoologist William Henry Flower inbased on a water-worn skull from Lewis Island, in the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia.
Northern (H. ampullatus) and southern (H. planifrons) bottlenose whales are the only recognized species within the genus Hyperoodon in the family Ziphiidae ().Recent molecular work on southern bottlenose whales indicates that there may be more than one species (Dalebout et al., ).Sightings of a large beaked whale in the tropical Pacific has been identified in the past as a bottlenose whale Cited by: 2.
Stomach contents of two southern bottlenose whales (Hyperoodon planifrons) were examined in detail; a m male caught off the east coast, and a m lactating female stranded alive on the. Figure 1 Southern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon planifrons) sighted close to the main entrance of the Port of Santos, Brazil: details on pale gray color pattern and scars and scratches on its dorsum.
Extracted from a smartphone by: 1. The northern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon ampullatus) is a species of beaked whale in the ziphiid family, being one of two members of the genus northern bottlenose whale was hunted heavily by Norway and Britain in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
It is one of the deepest-diving mammals known, reaching depths of 1, m (4, ft).Class: Mammalia. of the species as southern bottlenose whale, Hyperoodon planifrons.
The clues used to identify the species were based on the descriptions found in LEATHERWOOD and REEVES (), MEAD (), SHIRIHAI (), VAN WAEREBEEK et al. (), BEST () and SANTORA and BROWN ().
The characteristicsCited by: 1. Southern bottlenose whales, Hyperoodon planifrons, are likely found throughout the Southern have been sighted near the Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil, Cape Province in South Africa, 31°S in the western Indian Ocean, the Dampier Archipelago in Western Australia, Ulladulla in New South Wales, North Island in New Zealand, and Valparaiso in Chile, south to the Antarctic continent.
Frazer F () On a specimen of the Southern Bottlenosed Whale, Hyperoodon planifrons. Discovery Rep 19–36 Google Scholar Frazer F () Whales and by: The Indo-Pacific beaked whale, also known as Longman's beaked whale or tropical bottlenose whale, is an uncommon tropical ziphiid that was until very recently one of the least known extant cetaceans.
The Indo-Pacific beaked whale is identified in the field as a relatively large ziphiid with a prominent melon sharply set off from a fairly long Cited by: 3. Longman’s beaked whale was simply a larger Paciﬁc form of True’s beaked whale, M.
mirus. McCann (c) disagreed and suggested instead that it represented the damaged skull of a female southern bottlenose whale, Hyperoodon planifrons.
The discovery of the second specimen and a series of comprehensive morphological. This paper mainly concerns the dissection of a lactating female southern bottlenose whale Hyperoodon planifrons especially shot and worked up for the author in.
Bold colouration pattern in southern bottlenose whales, a preliminary assessment of external variation. Ulsan, Korea: IWC Scientific Committee Meeting.
Sekiguchi, Keiko, N. Klages, and K. Findlay. Feeding habits and possible movements of southern bottlenose whales Hyperoodon planifrons. 14th Symposium on Polar Biology. Dalebout Class: Mammalia.
Although some observers identified it as southern bottlenose whale, it was assigned a cautionary ‘ziphiid’ identification because: (i) its estimated size (m) was smaller than the smallest known calf of Hyperoodon planifrons (ca.3m, see below); (ii) its bold colouration pattern had not been.
More worrisome is the fact that the painting preceding the southern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon planifrons) account looks NOTHING like any existing photographs of the species. The melon is smooth and streamlined in this painting, much like some of the mesoplodonts, while in real life photographs and even Ellis's previous Book of Whales it is /5(5).
Full text of "List of the Specimens of Cetacea in the Zoological Department of the British Museum" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
A Bottlenose Whale pictured above a Sperm Whale. Hyperoodon (or Hyperoödon)  is a genus of beaked whale, containing just two species: the Northern and Southern bottlenose whales.
 Longman's beaked whales are alternatively called tropical bottlenose whales due to their physical features resembling those of bottlenose : Mammalia.
The occurrence of the southern bottle-nosed whale in Tasmanian waters. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania Dixon, J.M., Frigo, L. & Moyle, R.L.C. New information on the southern bottlenose whale, Hyperoodon planifrons (Cetacea: Ziphiidae), from a recent stranding in Victoria, Australia.
Australian. Whales and Dolphins of the Southern African Subregion by Peter B. Best,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).A SOUTHERN BOTTLENOSE WHALE EXAMINED IN THE ANTARCTIC ROBERT CLARKE1 ABSTRACT: This paper mainly concerns the dissection of a lactating female southern bottlenose whale Hyperoodon planifrons especially shot and worked up for the author in the Antarctic 61°09‘S, 86°44‘E on 10 March The skeleton is in the British Museum (Natural History).