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Table S3-1. List of newly described or re-described mysticete species since 2000.






Species

Status

Reference

1

Aetiocetus weltoni

Re-described

Deméré and Berta 2008

2

Archaebalaenoptera castriaraquati

Newly described

Bisconti 2007

3

Archaeschrichtius ruggieroi

Newly described

Bisconti and Varola 2006

4

Balaena ricei

Newly described

Westgate and Whitmore 2002

5

Balaenella brachyrhynus

Newly described

Bisconti 2005

6

Balaenoptera bertae

Newly described

Boessenecker 2013

7

Balaenoptera omurai

Newly described

Wada et al 2003

8

Brandtocetus chongulek

Newly described

Gol'din and Startsev 2014

9

Cetotherium riabinini

Newly described

Gol'din et al 2013

10

Diorocetus chichibuensis

Newly described

Yoshida et al 2003

11

Diorocetus shobarensis

Newly described

Otsuka and Ota 2008

12

Diunatans luctoretemergo

Newly described

Bosselaers and Post 2010

13

Eobalaenoptera harrisoni

Newly described

Dooley et al 2004

14

Eomysticetus whitmorei

Newly described

Sanders and Barnes 2002

15

Eomysticetus carolinensis

Newly described

Sanders and Barnes 2002

16

Eschrichtioides gastaldii

Newly described

Bisconti 2008

17

Eubalaena shinshuensis

Newly described

Kimura et al 2007

18

Gricetoides aurorae

Newly described

Whitmore and Kaltenbach 2008

19

Herentalia nigra

Newly described

Bisconti 2014

20

Herpetocetus bramblei

Newly described

Whitmore and Barnes 2008

21

Herpetocetus morrowi

Newly described

El Adli et al 2014

22

Herpetocetus transatlanticus

Newly described

Whitmore and Barnes 2008

23

Hibacetus hirosei

Newly described

Otsuka and Ota 2008

24

Isanacetus laticephalus

Newly described

Kimura and Ozawa 2002

25

Janjucetus hunderi

Newly described

Fitzgerald 2006

26

Joumocetus shimizui

Newly described

Kimura and Hasegawa 2010

27

Kurdalagonus adygeicus

Newly described

Tarasenko and Lopatin 2012

28

Kurdalagonus maicopicus

Newly described

Tarasenko and Lopatin 2012

29

Kurdalagonus mchedlidzei

Newly described

Tarasenko and Lopatin 2012

30

Mammalodon colliveri

Re-described

Fitzgerald 2010

31

Micromysticetus rothauseni

Newly described

Sanders and Barnes 2002

32

Micromysticetus tobieni

Newly described

Sanders and Barnes 2002

33

Miocaperea pulchra

Newly described

Bisconti 2012

34

Parietobalaena campiniana

Newly described

Bisconti et al 2013

35

Parietobalaena yamaokai

Newly described

Otsuka and Ota 2008

36

Piscobalaena nana

Re-described

Bouetel and de Muizon 2006

37

Plesiobalaenoptera quarantellii

Newly described

Bisconti 2010

38

Protororqualus cuvieri

Newly described

Bisconti 2007

39

Titanocetus sammarinensis

Newly described

Bisconti 2006

40

Uranocetus gramensis

Newly described

Steeman 2009

41

Vampalus sayasanicus

Newly described

Tarasenko and Lopatin 2012

42

Vampalus helmerseni

Newly described

Tarasenko and Lopatin 2012

43

Willungacetus aldingensis

Newly described

Pledge 2005

44

Yamatocetus canaliculatus

Newly described

Okazaki 2012

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