Lycaon pictus – African Wild Dog

@inproceedings{DaviesMostert2017LycaonP,
  title={Lycaon pictus – African Wild Dog},
  author={Harriet T. Davies-Mostert and Nicholson and David G. Marneweck and K Kelly and Deon Cilliers and Jones and H. Steven Killian and Michael G. L. Mills and Dan and Parker and Rebecca J Power and Tracy Rehse and F. Matthew and Child and Steve O' Dell and Dave J. Druce and G. Montfort Van and Rosemary Joy Groom and M{\'a}rkus and Dean M. Peinke and Michael J. G. Somers and G. del-R{\'i}o Camacho},
  year={2017}
}
Taxonomic notes: Temminck originally described the African Wild Dog (hereafter Wild Dog) in 1820 from a specimen collected in coastal Mozambique, which was originally thought to be species of hyaena and was classified as Hyena picta (Creel & Creel 2002). Later, in 1930, it was placed in the subfamily Canidae (Creel & Creel 2002) and today, Wild Dogs belong to the family Canidae. DNA sequencing suggests that Wild Dogs are phylogenetically distinct from other wolf-like canids (such as wolves and… CONTINUE READING

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