Modeling the distribution and movement intensity of the Arabian Leopard Panthera pardus nimr (Mammalia: Felidae)
This study attempts to link the distribution and movement rate of the critically endangered Arabian Leopard (Panthera pardus nimr) to environmental and anthropogenic features, and to identify…
Modelling the effect of competition for prey and poaching on the population of the Arabian Leopard, Panthera pardus nimr, in Saudi Arabia (Mammalia: Felidae)
The Arabian Leopard Panthera pardus nimr, classified by IUCN as “Critically Endangered”, is Saudi Arabia’s flagship predator. The population of this species has declined to approximately 50…
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Critically Endangered Arabian leopards Panthera pardus nimr in Israel: estimating population parameters using molecular scatology
The Critically Endangered Arabian leopard Panthera pardus nimr faces severe reduction in population size and is on the brink of extinction. This situation is, to a large extent, a result of human…
The Arabian leopard its habitat and prey in the Republic of Yemen
- Workshop on the Arabian leopard (Panthera pardus nimr) 15-16 October 1995, Sharjah.
The Carnivora of Arabia
- Fauna of Saudi Arabia 7, 397-461.
The Carnivora of Arabia: Fauna of Saudi Arabia
2001-2005: Six individuals trapped for fitting with GPS collars in Jabal Samhan Nature Reserve and two in Jabal Qamar
Arabian leopard Regional Studbook (Panthera pardus nimr)
- Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Critically Endangered Arabian leopards Panthera pardus nimr persist in the Jabal Samhan Nature Reserve, Oman
Between 1997 and 2000 a survey of the Arabian subspecies of leopard Panthera pardus nimr was conducted in the little known Jabal Samhan Nature Reserve in southern Oman. Using camera-traps 251…
History of the Arabian leopard Captive Breeding Programme
The Arabian leopard (Panthera pardus nimr) is highly endangered and captive breeding has therefore become an essential component of conservation for this species. The Captive Breeding Program has…