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Skull and morphological distinctiveness of M. eueu shown by holotype
Skull and morphological distinctiveness of M. eueu shown by holotype
Description Figure 4. Skull and morphological distinctiveness of M. eueu shown by holotype (NMNZ MM003000). (a) Skull in dorsal (left), ventral (centre) and left lateral (right) view (b) periotic in dorsal (left) and ventral (right) view; (c) tympanic bulla in dorsal (left) and ventral (right) view; (d) mandible in dorsal (top) and lateral (bottom) view; (e) mandibular tusks in medial (left) and lateral (right) view. (f) PCA of cranial and mandibular measurements showing clear separation between M. eueu from the SH and M. mirus from the NA. Percentages next to principal components (PCs) denote the total variance explained. Filled stars are holotypes and hollow stars paratypes. (Online version in colour.)

Source: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=sourcedetails&id=425480
Author Fordyce, Ewan JPG file - 743.98 kB - 1 925 x 2 156 pixels added on 2022-03-15632 viewsWoRMS taxa Mesoplodon eueu Carroll, McGowen, McCarthy, Marx, Aguilar, Dalebout, Dreyer, Gaggiotti, Hansen, van Helden, Onoufriou, Baird, Baker, Berrow, Cholewiak, Claridge, Constantine, Davison, Eira, Fordyce, Gatesy, Hofmeyr, Martín, Mead, Mignucci-Giannoni, Morin, Reyes, Rogan, Rosso, Silva, Springer, Steel & Olsen, 2021checked Fordyce, Ewan 2022-03-15 Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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