Odontocetes of the Southern Ocean Sanctuary

Van Waerebeek, K.; Leaper, R.; Baker, A. N.; Papastavrou, V.; Thiele, D.; Findlay, K.; Donovan, G.; Ensor, P.
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management (2010)

Twenty-eight odontocete species were identified as occupying sub-Antarctic and Antarctic habitat covered by the 1994 IWC-established Southern Ocean Sanctuary. Toothed whales evidently play an important part in the Antarctic polar…

Comments on the Delphinoidea

Fraser, F. C.
Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises [Proceedings] (1966)

(...) Flower (1883), in his search for the trenchant characters he needed to reach a decision about the arrangement of the Delphinidae, saw that the configuration of the pterygoid bones…

Cestodes from Hector’s beaked whale (Mesoplodon hectori) and spectacled porpoise (Phocoena dioptrica) from Argentinean waters

Nikolov, Pavel N.; Cappozzo, H. Luis; Berón-Vera, Bárbara; Crespo, Enrique A.; Raga, J. Antonio; Fernández, Mercedes
Journal of Parasitology (2010)

Single individuals of 2 little-known cetacean species, Mesoplodon hectori and Phocoena dioptrica, stranded and died on the coast of Argentina (Buenos Aires and Chubut provinces, respectively) and were studied for…

Family Phocoenidae Gray, 1825

Rice, D.W.
Marine Mammals of the World: Systematics and Distribution (1998)

(page 121) (...) Miller (1925) and Kellogg (1928) included the true porpoises in the family Delphinidae and did not even grant them subfamily status. However, Slijper (1936) and Fraser and…

Parasites in stranded cetaceans of Patagonia

Berón-Vera, Bárbara; Crespo, Enrique A.; Raga, Juan A.
Journal of Parasitology (2008)

There is an increasing interest in parasites of marine mammals of Argentina. Here, we examined several poorly known cetaceans, i.e., 2 spectacled porpoises and 1 Burmeister's porpoise (Phocoenidae), and 1…