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Acronym for lentigines (multiple), electrocardiographic abnormalities, ocular hypertelorism, pulmonary stenosis, abnormalities of genitalia, retardation of growth, and deafness (sensorineural); of autosomal dominant inheritance.


a big, graceful, yellow cat with dark brown to black spots and a long, thin tail. It is spread widely through the world. Called also Panthera pardus.

leopard cat
clouded leopard
the coat color is grayish but in other respects this cat resembles Panthera pardus. Called also Neofelis nebulosa.
snow leopard
dark spots on a white skin and a long, thick tail make this a very handsome cat. Called also Uncia uncia, ounce.
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Molecular ecology, Phylogeny, Molecular evolution, Panthera pardus, Cytochrome coxidase subunit 1, COI, Leopard
Phylogenetic tree was inferred using COI gene sequences of the Panthera pardus subspecies samples collected and tested from Pakistan compared to COI genomic sequences of other Panthera pardus subspecies and Panthera spp.
These human populations would have been associated to the latest Villafranchian carnivorans, which in the Iberian Peninsula survived longer than in Central Europe due to more favorable climatic conditions, but also to the African newcomers, Crocuta and Panthera pardus, having a greater impact on the taphocenosis.
A Panthera pardus tulliana, a subspecies native to Turkey, was photographed by researchers from Karadeniz Technical University (KTE[pounds sterling]) in September after years of research.
In a telephone interview, BaE-kaya told Today's Zaman that the shooting was very "unfortunate," as it comes at a time when his team and officials were close to declaring conservation zones for the Panthera pardus.
Panthera pardus tulliana, originalmente tuvo un rango geografico bastante amplio a traves de toda Anatolia y hacia sur en Siria, Libano e Israel.
New evidence for the occurrence of the Anatolian leopard, Panthera pardus tulliana (Valenciennes, 1856), in western Turkey.
Summer diet composition of common leopard Panthera pardus (Carnivora: Felidae) in Nepal.
2009: Reproductive ecology of Persian leopard, Panthera pardus saxicolor, in Sarigol National Park, northeastern Iran.
2005: Spacing and activity patterns of leopards Panthera pardus in the Royal Bardia National Park, Nepal.
Tiger and leopard Panthera pardus scats overlap in size and share similar morphological characteristics, which could produce spurious identifications (Farrell et al.