2 edition of Catalogue of the genus Felis found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the genus Felis
British Museum (Natural History)
|Statement||by R.I. Pocock.|
|Contributions||Pocock, R. I. 1863-1947.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 190 p. illus.|
|Number of Pages||190|
Official home page of the worldwide print and digital publishing division of Felis Horizons Inc. Actually, the scientific name of the domestic cat is Felis catus. Felis is the genus, and catus is the species. Scientific names should be in italics (apparently not possible on this site), with the genus name capitalized and the species name in lower case. Subspecies are denoted by a third name - for example, the tiger is Panthera tigris.
The Jungle Cat Felis chaus is widespread in India and neighbouring countries but is known by only one historical specimen from Cambodia, Laos or Vietnam (Indochina), widely published as from Vietnam, but in fact from Cambodia. All but two of the recent Indochinese records come from extensive natural lowland habitat dominated by deciduous dipterocarp forest in northeast by: A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. 8 Wild Cats of the World Five closely related species in one genus, Felis with an African.
Felis domesticus is the scientific name for a house cat. Felis refers to the genus the cat belongs to. (BTW this is my since question) Which part of the scientific name is domesticus? A. its common name B. the phylum it belongs to C. the species name of this cat D. its nickname. C. In binomial nomenclature, scientific names consist of a generi name, the genus and then a specific name, the species within the genus the organism belongs to. For a domestic cat, Felis is the genus, and domesticus is the species.
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Internet Archive BookReader Catalogue of the Genus Felis. Catalogue of the genus Felis book of the genus Felis. London, Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R I.
Catalogue of the genus Felis / By. Pocock, R. (Reginald Innes),author British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. [Mammals]. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London:printed by Order of the Trustees of the British Museum, Notes.
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[Mammals],Reginald Innes Pocock. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. Felis is a genus of small and medium-sized cat species native to most of Africa and south of 60° latitude in Europe and Asia to genus includes the domestic smallest Felis species is the black-footed cat with a head and body length from 38 to 42 cm (15 to 17 in).
The largest is the jungle cat with a head and body length from 62 to 76 cm (24 to 30 in).Class: Mammalia. Catalogue of the Genus Felis Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review.
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Other articles where Felis is discussed: feline: Evolution and classification: Genus Felis (small cats) 6 Old World species, including the wildcat and domestic cat. Genus Lynx (lynxes) 4 species, including the bobcat. Genus Prionailurus. The domestic cat is a member of the Felidae, a family that had a common ancestor about 10–15 million years ago.
The genus Felis diverged from the Felidae around 6–7 million years ago. Results of phylogenetic research confirm that the wild Felis species evolved through sympatric or parapatric speciation, whereas the domestic cat evolved through artificial : Mammalia. Felis is a genus of cats in the family Felidae, including the familiar domestic cat and its closest wild relatives.
The wild species are distributed widely across Europe, southern and central Asia, and Africa; the domestic cat has been introduced worldwide.
Members of the genus Felis are all small felines, with a more or less close resemblance to the domestic : Mammalia. Felis is a genus of small cats in the family include the familiar domestic cat and its closest wild relatives. The wild species are found in Europe, southern and central Asia, and domestic cat, which may have its origin in North Africa, is now worldwide.
Members of the genus Felis are all small felines, rather similar to the domestic : Mammalia. The Illustrated Catalogue of the genus Carabus of the World is a continuation of the catalogues published by the same author in and However, this new edition is more than a simple update, being considerably augmented by information on type localities of taxa and with drawings of the male aedeagus for all the species and the main.
Felis definition is - the type genus of Felidae comprising the true or typical cats. Schreber () illustrated a plate as 'Felis Catus ferus', and in the text listed 'Felis (Catus) silvestris' and 'Felis Catus (domestica).' Opinion of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (f) declared silvestris as the specific name for the European wild cat (with the understanding that F.
catus and F. Comments: Also see comments under Felis and Felis silvestris. Synonyms allocated according to Pocock () and should be considered provisional.
There has been almost universal use of F. catus for the domestic cat and silvestris for wild ical classification: Species.
The jungle cat (Felis chaus), also called reed cat and swamp cat, is a medium-sized cat native to the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia and southern inhabits foremost wetlands like swamps, littoral and riparian areas with dense vegetation.
It is listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List, and is mainly threatened by destruction of wetlands, trapping and : Mammalia. Related WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1. genus Felis - type genus of the Felidae: true cats and most wildcats Felis mammal genus - a genus of mammals family Felidae, Felidae - cats; wildcats; lions; leopards; cheetahs; saber-toothed tigers domestic cat, Felis catus, Felis domesticus, house cat - any domesticated member of the genus Felis wildcat - any small or medium-sized.
However, a faint trace of it can still be found. A 5th-magnitude star that lay in the cat’s body, labelled with a lower case letter c by Bode and later given the catalogue number HRwas named Felis by the International Astronomical Union in So Lalande’s wish to.
H. felis infection induces chronic gastric inflammation. (Fluoxetine Hydrochloride, NCI Thesaurus) A bacterial infection caused by Rickettsia typhi or Rickettsia felis. (DDR2 wt Allele, NCI Thesaurus) The domestic cat, Felis catus, of the carnivore family Felidae, comprising over 30 different breeds.
(Cat, NCI Thesaurus) The domestic cat, Felis.A Fitz Gerald (Book) 11 editions published Catalogue of the genus Felis by R.
I Pocock (Book) 14 editions published.Facts about the genus Felis, the small cats. Small cats are defined here as those felids having an adult body weight of less than 44 lb (20 kg) (Emmons,p." Felis is the genus in which most living cats have been traditionally placed, although that idea is changing with the advent of DNA studies.
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