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Stenella Gray 1866 (dolphin)

Amniota - Therapsida - Delphinidae

Alternative spelling: Steno (Stenella)

Invalid subtaxa: Clymene Gray 1864, Clymenia Gray 1864, Delphinus (Clymene) Gray 1864, Delphinus attenuatus Gray 1843 [nomen dubium], Fretidelphis Iredale and Troughton 1934, Micropia Gray 1868, Prodelphinus Van Beneden and Gervais 1880

Full reference: J. E. Gray. 1866. Notes on the skulls of dolphins, or bottlnose whales, in the British Museum. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1866:211-216

Parent taxon: Delphinidae according to M. Murakami et al. 2014

Sister taxa: Arimidelphis, Astadelphis, Australodelphis, Catodontina, Cephalorhynchus, Delphininae, Delphinus, Eodelphis, Etruridelphis, Feresa, Globicephala, Globicephalinae, Grampus, Lagenodelphis, Lagenorhynchina, Lagenorhynchus, Leucopleurus, Lissodelphininae, Lissodelphis, Monoceratina, Orcaella, Orcaellinae, Orcina, Orcininae, Orcinus, Peponocephala, Protoglobicephala, Pseudorca, Sagmatias, Septidelphis, Sotalia, Sousa, Steno, Stenonina, Stenoninae, Tursiops

Subtaxa: Clymene (Euphrosyne), Stenella clymene, Stenella coeruleoalba, Stenella frontalis, Stenella longirostris, Stenella rayi

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Ecology: aquatic piscivore-carnivore