The pariah case : some comments on the origin and evolution of primitive dogs and on the taxonomy of related species
This thesis describes our current knowledge on the taxonomy and archaeology of some Asian, African and Australasian Canis and explores new approaches to their classification and identity, using the Asian pariah as a pivotal point. I analysed several populations of primitive dogs, and described processes of diversification. What in many places is simply designated "the village dog" is a subtype of the pariah; the Australian dingo is also connected to the pariah, although there are some...[Show more]
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