Panthera tigris

  title={Panthera tigris},
  author={Vratislav Maz{\'a}k and Oken},
Panthera Oken, 1816:1052, see Remarks. Type species Felis pardus Linnaeus, 1758. Tigris Oken, 1816:1066. Type species Felis tigris Linnaeus, 1758. Leo Oken, 1816:1070. Type species Felis leo Linnaeus, 1758. Leo Brehm, 1829:637. Type species Felis leo Linnaeus, 1758. Jaguarius Severtzow, 1858:386. Type species Felis onca Linnaeus, 1858. Pardus Fitzinger, 1868:459, Type species Felis pardus Linnaeus, 1758. 

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