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Henri Marie Ducrotay de, French zoologist and anthropologist, 1777-1850. See: Blainville ears.
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Plastic debris ingested by a Blainville's beaked whale, Mesoplodondensirostris, washed ashore in Brazil.
The four-horned antelope (Tetracerus quadricornis de Blainville, 1816) or chowsingha is the smallest solitary Asian herbivore bovid (adult weight 17-22 kg, stands 55-64 cm at the shoulder) endemic to peninsular India and Nepal (Leslie & Sharma 2009); lives in undulating and hilly terrain (Prater 1980, Baskaran et al.
Some accounts include Nereis clava Leach in de Blainville, 1825 (p.
Point estimates of abundance in Barlow (2006) are larger than those of the present study for only 4 species: the killer and sperm whales, Blainville's beaked whale (Mesoplodon densirostris), and Cuvier's beaked whale.
There are reports which describe the topography of these muscles in the sharks (Squalus Linnaeus, 1758; Etmopterus Rafinesque, 1810, Squatina Dumeril, 1806, Scyliorhinus Blainville, 1816 e Pristiurus Bonaparte, 1834") relating them to their respective way of life (Lima et al.).
This feature makes them a preferred substrate for numerous reptiles and amphibians occurring within the region, particularly those with burying or burrowing tendencies such as the southern California legless lizard (Anniella stebbinsi), the California glossy snake (Arizona elgans occidentalis), Blainville's horned lizard (Phrynosoma blain villii), the Gilbert skink (Plestiodon gilberti), and the western spadefoot (Spea hammondii) (Mosauer, 1932; Lemm, 2006; Stebbins and McGinnis, 2012).
Pierre Elliot Trudeau Elementary School in Blainville, QC welcomes LM Falcone during Book Week!
Caption: ABOVE: In November 2012, PMG Technologies, Transport Canada's crash test facility located in Blainville, Quebec, was named "Crash Test Facility of the Year 2012." (PMG TECHNOLOGIES)
The attributes of the ball-and-socket design are well demonstrated by this 20-inch, f/3.9 reflector built by Blainville, Quebec ATM Pierre Lemay.