NOTES ON SIBERIAN LONG-HAIRED TIGER, PANTHERA TIGRIS ALTAICA (TEMMINCK, 1844), WITH A REMARK ON TEMMINCK’S MAMMAL VOLUME OF THE « FAUNA JAPONICA »

NOTES ON SIBERIAN LONG-HAIRED TIGER, PANTHERA TIGRIS ALTAICA (TEMMINCK, 1844), WITH A REMARK ON... by Vratislav MAZAK Tout le territoire comprenant PExtreme-Orient soviatique, la Mandchourie et la Coree est habite par une seule sous-espece de Tigre : Panthera tigris altaica (Tern mi nek, 1844). Quelques problemes de nomenclature et de Statut systematique des Tigre s du Nord out abordos ; la coloration, les mesures externes et cr niennes, ainsi que la repartition, ancienne et actuelle, de cette sous-espece, sont decrites. L'auteur discute egalement du nombre approximatif des Tigres de Sibe*rie dans la nature. 11 est certain qu'a moins de mesures tres soveres de protection cet animal aura bientot disparu. Enfin, tous les renseignements connus concernant la date de publication du volume de Temminck sur les Mammiferes, dans Fauna Japonica >, sont r£sum£s. At the meeting held at Lucerne in June 1966, the Survival Service Commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources accepted the offer of the Prague Zoo to maintain a studbook for rare tiger subspecies. The Siberian (or Manchurian) Long-haired Tiger, Panthera tigris altaica (Temminck, 1844), decidedly has to be included among the rare subspecies of the Tiger, and for this reason the author of this article wishes to draw attention to some very important data http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammals de Gruyter

NOTES ON SIBERIAN LONG-HAIRED TIGER, PANTHERA TIGRIS ALTAICA (TEMMINCK, 1844), WITH A REMARK ON TEMMINCK’S MAMMAL VOLUME OF THE « FAUNA JAPONICA »

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
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0025-1461
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1864-1547
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10.1515/mamm.1967.31.4.537
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by Vratislav MAZAK Tout le territoire comprenant PExtreme-Orient soviatique, la Mandchourie et la Coree est habite par une seule sous-espece de Tigre : Panthera tigris altaica (Tern mi nek, 1844). Quelques problemes de nomenclature et de Statut systematique des Tigre s du Nord out abordos ; la coloration, les mesures externes et cr niennes, ainsi que la repartition, ancienne et actuelle, de cette sous-espece, sont decrites. L'auteur discute egalement du nombre approximatif des Tigres de Sibe*rie dans la nature. 11 est certain qu'a moins de mesures tres soveres de protection cet animal aura bientot disparu. Enfin, tous les renseignements connus concernant la date de publication du volume de Temminck sur les Mammiferes, dans Fauna Japonica >, sont r£sum£s. At the meeting held at Lucerne in June 1966, the Survival Service Commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources accepted the offer of the Prague Zoo to maintain a studbook for rare tiger subspecies. The Siberian (or Manchurian) Long-haired Tiger, Panthera tigris altaica (Temminck, 1844), decidedly has to be included among the rare subspecies of the Tiger, and for this reason the author of this article wishes to draw attention to some very important data

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Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammalsde Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1967

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