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Clouded Leopard Bibliography

Anonymous (1987b): Chinese restaurant fined for trading in clouded leopard. Cat News: 7:25.

Anonymous (1987a): Clouded leopard study. Cat News: 7.25.

Austin SC, Tewes ME: Ecology of the clouded leopard in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Cat News/IUCN SSC 1999, 31.

Azlan, J. M. & Sharma, D. S. K. 2006 The diversity and activity patterns of wild felids in a secondary forest in Peninsular Malaysia Oryx 40(1): 36-41

Baudy, R.E. (1971): Notes on breeding felids at the Rare Feline Center. International Zoo Yearbook: 11:121-123.

Borah, J., Sharma, T., Das, D. et al 2014 Abundance and density estimates for common leopard Panthera pardus and clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa in Manas National Park, Assam, India Oryx 48(1): 149-155

Brodie, Jedediah and Anthony J. Giordano (2012). Density of the vulnerable Sunda clouded leopard Neofelis diardiin Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Oryx, July 2012: 1-4.

Brown, J.L. et al. (1995): Natural versus chorionic gonadatropin induced ovarian responses in the clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) assessed by fecal steroid analysis. Biol. Reprod.: 53(1): 93-102.

Brown, J.L. et al (1993): Development and utility of fecal progesterone analysis to assess reproductive status in felids. In Ann. Proc. Am. Assoc. Zoo Vet.:pp. 273-276.

Brown, J.L., Wildt, D.E, Howard, J.G. (1995): Natural versus chorioic gonadotropin induced ovarian responses in clouded leopards assessed by fecal steroids. Biol. Reprod.:52 (suppl. 1): 147. Abstract only.

Brownlow, A. (1928): Clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) attacking man. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society : 32: 789-790.

Buckley-Beason VA, Johnson WE, Nash WG, Stanyon R, Menninger JC, Driscoll CA et al.: Molecular evidence for species-level distinction in modern clouded leopards (Neofelis nebulosa). Current Biology, in press.

Cat Specialist Group 2002: Neofelis nebulosa. In 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. []

Chatterjie, A.K. (1984): Some points on clouded leopard. In Plight of Cats:275. Madhya Pradesh, India: Proceeding of the Meeting and Workshop of the IUCN /SSP Cat Specialist Group.

Cheyne S. M., Macdonald D. W. (2011). Wild felid diversity and activity patterns in Sabangau peatswamp forest, Indonesian Borneo. Oryx 45: 119–124.

Choudhury, A. (1997): The clouded leopard in Manipur and Nagaland. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.: 94(2): 389-91.

Choudhury, A. (1993): The clouded leopard in Assam. Oryx: 27(1): 51-53.

Christiansen, P. 2006 Sabertooth characters in the clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa Griffiths 1821) J. Morphol. 267(10): 1186-98

Citino, S.B. (1986): Transient FeLV viremia in a clouded leopard. J. Zoo Anim. Med.: 17(1):5-7.

Cunningham, A.A. & Dhillon, A.P. (1998): Pleural malignant mesothelioma in a captive clouded leopard. Vet. Rec.: 143(1): 22-24.

Davies, R.G. (1990): Sighting of a clouded leopard in a troop of pigtail macaques in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Nat. Hist. Bull. Siam Soc.: 38(1): 95-96.

Deb Roy, S.D. (1984): Clouded leopard. In Plight of Cats: p. 275. Madhya Pradesh, India: Proceedings of the Meeting and Workshop of the IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group.

Denhard, M., Naidenko, S. V. & Jewgenow, K. 2014 Comparative metabolism of PGFM in feces of felids Theriogenology 81(5): 733-743

Dewan, M.L. (1970): Pathology of verminous pneumonia in a clouded leopard. Vet. Rec.: 86:377.

Dinerstein, E. & Mehta, J.N. (1989): The clouded leopard in Nepal. Oryx: 23(4): 199-201.

Fellner, K. (1965): Natural rearing of clouded leopards at Frankfurt Zoo. Intl. Zoo Yrbk .: 5:111-113.

Fletchall, N. (1996): International Studbook for the Clouded Leopard. (Neofelis nebulosa). Volume IV. Grand Rapids, Michigan: John Ball Zoological Garden.

Fletchall, N. (1994): International Studbook for the Clouded Leopard. (Neofelis nebulosa). Volume III. Grand Rapids, Michigan: John Ball Zoological Garden.

Fontaine, P.A. (1965): Breeding clouded leopards at Dallas Zoo. Intl. Zoo Yrbk.: 16: 122-124.

Formosan Clouded Leopard (1972): International Union of Conservation and Nature, Red Data Book. Gland, Switzerland.

Geidel, B. & Gensch, W. (1976): The rearing of clouded leopards in the presence of the male. Int. Zoo Yrbk: 16: 124-126.

Ghose D: First sighting of clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa from the Blue Mountain National Park, Mizoram, India. Current Science (Bangalore) 2002, 83: 21-22.

Gibson-Hill, C.A. (1950): Notes of the clouded leopard. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Society: 49: 543-546.

Grassman LIjr, Tewes ME, Silvy NJ, Kreetiyutanont K: Ecology of three sympatric felids in a mixed evergreen forest in North-Central Thailand. J Mamm 2005, 86: 29-38.

Grewal, B., Sreenivasan, R. & Haralu, B. 2012 Nagaland biodiversity and conservation programme Nagaland Wildlife Conservation Project

Hargreaves 2014 Legal Analysis for 65th CITES Standing Committee meeting concerning Asian Big Cats

Hazarika, A.A. (1996): Goat predation by clouded leopard in Kakoi Reserve Forest of Assam. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Society: 93(3): 584-585.

Howard, J.G. et al. (1997): Sensitivity to exogenous gonadatropins for ovulation induction and laparoscopic artificial insemination in the cheetah and clouded leopard. Biol. Reprod: 56(4): 1059-1068.

Howard, J.G. et al. (1996): Successful ovulation induction and laparoscopic intrauterine artificial insemination in the clouded leopard. Zoo Biology: 15: 55-69.

Jackson, P. ed. (1996): The mystery of the Formosan clouded leopard. Cat News:24: 16.

Kitchener, A.C. (1999): Mate killing in clouded leopards: a hypothesis. International Zoo News: 46(4): 221-224.

Law, G. & Tatner, P. (1998): Behavior of a captive clouded leopard: introduction without injury. Animal Welfare: 7(1): 57-76.

Lewis, J. (1986): International Studbook for the Clouded Leopard. Grand Rapids, Michigan: John Ball Zoo.

Luo, S. J., Zhang, Y., Johnson, W. E. et al 2014 Sympatric Asian felid phylogeography reveals major Indochinese-Sundaic divergence Mol. Ecol. 23(8): 2072-92

Matthews, W.H. (1935): Records of some clouded leopards in the Darjeerling district. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.: 37: 946-947.

McGovern, Ivy, M. (1998): Bringing out the reclusive leopard: hand-rearing clouded leopards. Animal Keepers Forum: 25(7): 275-279.

Mehta, J.N. & Dhewaju, R.G. (1990): A note on the record of clouded leopards in Nepal. Tigerpaper: 17(1): 21-22.

Murphy, E.T. (1976): Breeding the clouded leopard at Dublin Zoo. Intl. Zoo Yrbk.: 16: 122-124.

Ngoprasert, D., Lynam, A. J., Sukmasuang, R. et al 2012 Occurrence of Three Felids across a Network of Protected Areas in Thailand: Prey, Intraguild, and Habitat Associations Biotropica 44(6): 810-817

Nowell, K. & Jackson, P. (1990): Wild Cats: Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. IUCN: Gland, Switzerland.

Nowell, K. (1990): Formosa and the clouded leopard. Cat News: 13:15.

Osgood, W.H.(1935): The clouded leopard in western China. J. Mammalogy: 16: 148-149.

Penny, C. (1984): Rimau-dahan, tree tiger, clouded leopard. Zoonooz: pp. 11-13. San Diego Zoological Society Publication.

Pocock, R.I. (1943): Record skull of an Indian clouded leopard. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.: p. 113.

Rabinowitz, A. et al. (1987): The clouded leopard in Malaysian Borneo. Oryx: 21(4): 107-111.

Rabinowitz, A. (1988): The clouded leopard in Taiwan. Oryx: 2(1): 46-47.

Ratanakorn, P. (1988): Captive breeding of clouded leopards in Thailand. In Proceedings of the World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity : No. 5: 64-645.

Ross, J., Hearn, A. J., Johnson, P.J. et al 2013 Activity patterns and temporal avoidance by prey in response to Sunda clouded leopard predation risk J. Zool. 290(2): 96-106

Santiapillai, C. & Ahsby, K.R. (1988): The clouded leopard in Sumatra. Oryx: 22(1): 44-45.

Santiapillai, C. (1989): The status and conservation of the clouded leopard in Sumatra. Tiger Paper: 16(1): 1-7.

Sanyal, P. (1984): Clouded leopard-arboreal. In Plight of the Cats: 275. Madhya Pradesh, India: Proceedings of the Meeting and Workshop of the IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group.

Selous, E.M. & Banks, E. (1935): The clouded leopard in Sarawak. J. Sarawak Museum: 9: 263-266.

Tanner, D. & Zimmerman, P. 2012 Optimal Attractants to Increase Visits by Clouded Leopards to Remote-Camera Sets Wildlife Soc. B. 36(3): 594-599

Tempa, T., Hebblewhite, M., Mills, L. S. et al 2013 Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan: a hot spot for wild felids Oryx 47(2): 207-2

Wada, Y. et al. (1996): Intestinal adenocarcinoma with neuroendocrine cells in a clouded leopard. J. Comp. Pathol.: 115(3): 305-310.

Wang, Y., Chu, S., Wildt, D., Seal, U.S. (Eds.) (1995): Clouded leopard-Taiwan (Neofelis nebulosa brachyurus). Population and habitat viability analysis . Taipei Zoo, Taiwan.

Weinheimer, C.J. (1987): Clouded leopard husbandry at the Buffalo Zoological Gardens. In AAZPA Regional Conference Proceedings: pp. 227-232.

Wildt, D.E., Howard, J.G., Chakrabarty, P.., Bush, M. (1986): Reproductive physiology of the clouded leopard: A circannual analysis of adrenal-pituitary-testicular relationships during electroejaculation or after an adrenocorticotropin challenge. Bio. Reprod.: 34: 949-959.

Wildt, D.E., Howard, J.G., Hall, L.L., & bush, M. (1986): Reproductive physiology of the clouded leopard: electroejaculates contain high proportions of pleiomorphic spermatozoa throughout the year. Bio. Reprod.: 34: 937-947.

Wildt, D.E. Howard, J.G., & Bush, M. (1985): Ejaculate characteristics and adrenal-pituitary-gonadal relationships in clouded leopards evaluated throughout the year. In Ann. Proc. Am. Assoc. Zoo Vet. p. 33-34.

Wilting, A., Mohamed, A., Ambu, L. N. et al 2012 Density of the Vulnerable Sunda clouded leopard Neofelis diardi in two commercial forest reserves in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo Oryx 46(3): 423-426

Wilting, A., Christiansen, P., Kitchener, A. C. et al 2011 Geographical variation in and evolutionary history of the Sunda clouded leopard (Neofelis diardi) (Mammalia: Carnivora: Felidae) with the description of a new subspecies from Borneo Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 58(2): 317-328

Wilting, A., Buckley-Beason, V. A., Feldhaar, H. et al 2007 Clouded leopard phylogeny revisited: support for species recognition and population division between Borneo and Sumatra Front. Zool.4(15):

Wood HS: The Clouded Leopard. J Bengal Nat Hist Soc 1949, 23: 77-79.

Yamada JK, Durrant BS: Reproductive Parameters of Clouded Leopards (Neofelis nebulosa). Zoo Biology 1989, 8: 223-231.

Yamada, J.K. & Durant, B. (1987): Vaginal cytology and behavior in the clouded leopard. In AAZPA Annual Conference Proceedings: pp. 102-106.

Yamada, J.K. & Durant, B. (1986): Reproductive parameters of clouded leopards. Zoo Biology: 8: 223-231.