9, a striped dolphin (stenella
coeruleoalba) was found injured and floundering on the beach in the Sidon town of Adloun.
The spinner dolphin (Stenella
longirostris) is a small dolphin found in offshore tropical waters around the world.
A spinner dolphin (Stenella
longirostris) was found wounded early Monday on the beach at the back of the capitol building in Lingayen, Pangasinan.
Specifically, the CeMV strain termed dolphin morbillivirus (DMV) has caused at least 4 unusual mortality events (UMEs) among striped dolphins (Stenella
coeruleoalba) in the western Mediterranean Sea and, to a lesser extent, long-finned pilot whales (Globicephala melas) and other wild cetaceans from the same region (1-3).
Protective effects of selenium against mercury toxicity in cultured Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella
plagiodon) renal cells.
Although no in situ observation was conducted in order to determine association between tropicbirds and sub-surface predators in Fernando de Noronha, the direction of most of the foraging trips (towards the southeast) is highly contrasting with the known feeding locations of the Stenella
longirostris (Gray, 1828) and Stenella
attenuata (Gray, 1846) dolphins that use the archipelago for resting and breeding (Silva-Junior, 1996).
For example, killer whales (Orcinus orca) swim faster (Williams et al., 2014); Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianensis) breath at a decreased frequency (Santos et al., 2013) and increase breathing synchrony (Tosi & Ferreira, 2008); Hawaiian spinner dolphins (Stenella
longirostris) perform a higher whistle activity (Heenehan et al., 2017) and bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) alter their activity more frequently (Constantine et al., 2004) in the presence of boat.
Pod stability was considered to be somewhere between the stable groups of killer whales (Orcinus orca) and the fission/fusion society of spinner dolphins (Stenella
longirostris) (Shane and McSweeney 1990).
Similar results were obtained with gapdh in the striped dolphin Stenella
coeruleoalba (Gray 1866) (Spinsanti et al.
Avistamientos del delfin manchado, Stenella
attenuata (Cetacea: Delphinidae) en Bahia Culebra, Costa Rica, 1999-2000.
Cooperative prey herding by the pelagic dolphin, Stenella
Tursiops truncatus, Grampus griseus and Stenella
coeruleoalba), this structure of the tracheal apparatus indicated an increase in its resistance and rigidity, mainly to withstand water pressure (Bagnoli et al., 2011).