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The living African and Asian linsangs are rare animals: Prionodon

@inproceedings{2001TheLA,
  title={The living African and Asian linsangs are rare animals: Prionodon},
  author={},
  year={2001}
}
  • Published 2001
  • Geography
The living Asian linsang, Prionodon pardicolor, shares marked anatomical similarities in basicranium and dentition with the extinct Oligocene aeluroid, Palaeoprionodon lamandini, from the Quercy fissures, France. The living African linsang, Poiana richardsoni, is similar yet slightly more derived in basicranial traits relative to Prionodon pardicolor, and also has basicranial and dental features indicating a relationship to the living genets (Genetta). The basicranial and auditory anatomy of a… 

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