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Title: Introduction
Authors: Stockin, Karen
Vella, Adriana
Keywords: Common dolphin
Marine ecology -- Mediterranean Sea
Cetacea -- Mediterranean Sea
Marine biodiversity conservation -- Mediterranean Region
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: European Cetacean Society
Citation: Stockin, K., & Vella, A. (2004). Introduction. 18th Annual Conference on Common Dolphins : Current Research, Threats and Issues, Kolmarden. 3.
Abstract: To date, two species of common dolphin are recognised worldwide: the short-beaked (Delphinus delphis) and the long-beaked (D. capensis), with a subspecies of the long-beaked (D. capensis tropicalis) also acknowledged. Despite its widespread presence throughout most European waters, many aspects of common dolphin biology and ecology, including abundance, distribution and taxonomy, remain unclear.
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