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Biogeographic History of the Javan Leopard Panthera Pardus Based on a Craniometric Analysis

Meijaard, Erik


The leopard, Panthera pardus, occurs on Java, Indonesia, but is absent from Sumatra and Borneo, the islands that lie between Java and the rest of the leopard's geographic range. Recent molecular research has suggested that Javan leopards are a distinct taxon that split off from other Asian leopards hundreds of thousands of years ago, which raises the question of how the species arrived on Java but apparently bypassed Borneo and Sumatra. I have further investigated this issue by linking the...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Mammalogy
DOI: 10.1644/BER-010


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