NOVELLE SOUS-ESPÈCE DE TIGRE PROVENANT DE L’ASIE DU SUD-EST

@inproceedings{Mazk1968NOVELLESD,
  title={NOVELLE SOUS-ESP{\`E}CE DE TIGRE PROVENANT DE L’ASIE DU SUD-EST},
  author={Vratislav Maz{\'a}k},
  year={1968}
}
Description d'une nouvelle sous-espdce de Tigre, P anther a tigris corbctti subs p. nov. de Pdninsule Indochinoise et de l'extrome Sud de la Chine. Elle cst caractcrisoe par unc coloration plus foncde et des bandes plus nombreuses, courtcs, tr£s ctroitcs et rarement dedoublocs. L'holotype (cräne et peau) provicnt de Quang-Tri, Annam, et est depose au British Museum (Natural History), London, N· 33.4.1.203. 

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