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Definition of Genetta pardina

Genetta pardina
Berbe Berbe, n. [Cf. Berber, Barb a Barbary horse.] (Zo["o]l.) An African genet (Genetta pardina). See Genet.

Meaning of Genetta pardina from wikipedia

- The pardine genet (Genetta pardina), also known as the West African large spotted genet, is a genet species living in West Africa. As it is widely distributed...
- 232–236. Bloomsbury, London, Uk. Gaubert, P. and Dunham, A. E. (2013). Genetta pardina Pardine Genet (West African Large-spotted Genet). In: J. Kingdon and...
- The common genet (Genetta genetta) is a small viverrid indigenous to Africa that was introduced to southwestern Europe and the Balearic Islands. It is...
- The Cape genet (Genetta tigrina), also known as the South African large-spotted genet, is a genet species endemic to South Africa. As it is common and...
- The crested servaline genet (Genetta cristata), also known as the crested genet, is a genet species endemic to Nigeria and Cameroon. As the po****tion...
- The aquatic genet (Genetta piscivora) is a genet that has only been recorded in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Since it is only...
- (Genetta genetta) Johnston's genet (Genetta johnstoni) Rusty-spotted genet (Genetta maculata) Pardine genet (Genetta pardina) Aquatic genet (Genetta piscivora)...
- Genetta maculata LC Pardine genet, Genetta pardina LC King genet, Genetta poensis DD Haussa genet, Genetta thierryi LC Family: Nandiniidae Genus: Nandinia...
- In 1821, Gray defined this family as consisting of the genera Viverra, Genetta, Herpestes, and Suricata. Reginald Innes Po**** later redefined the family...
- The Abyssinian genet (Genetta abyssinica), also known as the Ethiopian genet, is a genet species native to Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Sudan, and Djibouti...
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