First North American record of the extinct panda Parailurus

@article{Tedford1977FirstNA,
  title={First North American record of the extinct panda Parailurus},
  author={R. Tedford and E. Gustafson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1977},
  volume={265},
  pages={621-623}
}
THE living pandas are restricted to the mountains of south-eastern Asia where both the giant panda (Aeluropoda) and the lesser panda (Ailurus) occur. They overlap in geographical range only in Szechuan, China, and there they are separated altitudinally, with the lesser panda favouring higher elevations1. Pleistocene records extend the range of the giant panda into Burma and eastern China, but the lesser panda has apparently not had a significantly wider range during the Quaternary2… Expand
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