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Table 1 Specimens sampled in this study

From: Clouded leopard phylogeny revisited: support for species recognition and population division between Borneo and Sumatra

Codea mtDNA Haplotypeb Museum or Zoo ID Sexc Source Scientific name Locale of origin Birth statusd Origin contact
NDB1 DIB4 - M fecal N. nebulosa diardi Sabah, Borneo W Sabah Wildlife Department, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
NDB2 DIB4 NH 1433 M hide N. nebulosa diardi Sabah, Borneo W Sabah Museum, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
NDB3 DIB4 - UNK fecal N. nebulosa diardi Sabah, Borneo W Sabah Wildlife Department, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
NDB4 DIB5 SP (P) 256 F hide N. nebulosa diardi Sabah, Borneo W Sabah Parks, Kinabalu Park, Malaysia
NDS1 DIS1 15470 UNK dry-tissue N. nebulosa diardi Sumatra W Forschungsinstitut & Naturmuseum Senckenberg, Germany
NDS2 DIS2 1973/269 UNK dry-tissue N. nebulosa diardi Northern Sumatra W Zoologische Staatssammlung München, Germany
NDS3 DIS2 1973/55 UNK dry-tissue N.nebulosa diardi Sumatra W Zoologische Staatssammlung München, Germany
NNE1 NEB1 1258 M fecal N. nebulosa nebulosa UK C Frankfurt Zoo, Germany
NNE2 NEB6 Klah F blood N. nebulosa nebulosa Cambodia W WildAid Cambodia, Cambodia
NNE3 NEB6 - UNK hide N. nebulosa nebulosa Cambodia W WildAid Cambodia, Cambodia
NNE4 NEB1 15294 F hide N. nebulosa nebulosa Thailand W Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart, Germany
PPA1 X 1000 M blood Panthera pardus unknown C Duisburg Zoo, Germany
FCA1 X - F blood Felis catus Germany DB Schneidemann, Tierärztliche Klinik, Würzburg, Germany
FCA2 X - F blood Felis catus Germany DB Schneidemann, Tierärztliche Klinik, Würzburg, Germany
  1. a Identification number of individuals as they are listed at the University of Würzburg.
  2. b MtDNA assigned to each sample sequenced in this study: X not included in mtDNA analysis.
  3. c Sex of each individual: M, male; F, female; UNK, unknown.
  4. d Birth status of each individual: W, wild-born; C, captive-born; DB, domestic breed.