Leptotyphlops

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Noun1.Leptotyphlops - blind snakes of Asia and Africa and AmericasLeptotyphlops - blind snakes of Asia and Africa and Americas
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Leptotyphlops humilis, western blind snake - burrows among roots of shrubs and beneath rocks in desert and rocky hillside areas and beach sand of western United States
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Cuvier, 1828) Tursiops Gervais, 1855 Tursiops gephyreus, 59, 107, 139, truncatus gilli, nuuanu 228, 258, 260, (Montagu, 1821) 357 Familia Iniidae Inia d'Orbigny, 1834 Inia 295, 343 geoffrensis (Blainville, 1817) Familia Physeteridae Kogia Gray, 1846 Kogia breviceps 357 (Blainville, 1838) Kogia sima simus 67, 228, 357 (Owen, 1866) Physeter Linnaeus, 1758 Physeter catodon 67, 102, 104, macrocephalus 258, 329, 357 Linnaeus, 1758 Familia Ziphiidae Mesoplodon Gervais, 1850 Mesoplodon 102, 228 densirostris (Blainville, 1817) Mesoplodon 358 europaeus (Gervais, 1855) Ziphius G.
Sin embargo, aun existe confusion en el uso de catodon o macrocephalus, ambos nombres fueron usados por Linneaus en la decima edicion (Linnaeus 1758).
The sperm whale, Physeter catodon, is the largest-toothed animal alive today.
Among toothed whales, the sperm whale (Physeter catodon or Physeter macrocephalus) is the biggest, reaching a length of about 60 feet.
Clemens and Wilby (1949) noted several authors reporting sperm whale, Physeter catodon, stomachs as a source of ragfish specimens; with the 1937 record of a ragfish head from a sperm whale taken 30-50 n.
From personal observations and those of the observers, sperm whales (Physeter catodon Linnaeus, 1758) were found often in the areas of the tuna purseseine fishery; tunas, on the other hand, were not observed to associate with sperm whales.