Molecular dietary analysis of two sympatric felids in the Mountains of Southwest China biodiversity hotspot and conservation implications

@article{Xiong2017MolecularDA,
  title={Molecular dietary analysis of two sympatric felids in the Mountains of Southwest China biodiversity hotspot and conservation implications},
  author={Mengyin Xiong and Dajun Wang and Hongliang Bu and Xinning Shao and Dan Zhang and S. Li and R. Wang and M. Yao},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
Dietary information is lacking in most of small to mid-sized carnivores due to their elusive predatory behaviour and versatile feeding habits. The leopard cat (LPC; Prionailurus bengalensis) and the Asiatic golden cat (AGC; Catopuma temminckii) are two important yet increasingly endangered carnivore species in the temperate mountain forest ecosystem in Southwest China, a global biodiversity hotspot and a significant reservoir of China’s endemic species. We investigated the vertebrate prey of… Expand
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