Photographic records of the Asiatic Wildcat from two states of India

A. Pande, A. Vasava, R. Solanki, C.M. Bipin, Y.V. Jhala

Abstract


We report here photographic evidence for the Asiatic Wildcat Felis silvestris ornata Gray, 1830 from Shahgarh Landscape, Jaisalmer, western Rajasthan and Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary, central Madhya Pradesh. This is also the first photographic record of the species in the wild from Madhya Pradesh.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o3351.5283-7

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