Panthera (rod)

Panthera, po slovensky občas nazývaný pantera[1], je rod veľkých mačiek (Pantherinae). Z recentných živočíchov doň patrí lev, tiger, leopard, jaguár a irbis.

SystematikaUpraviť

rod pantera (Panthera)[2][3][4][5]:

Preradené druhy:

-†Panthera balamoides, opísaný v roku 2018, je pravdepodobne v skutočnosti nejaký druh medveďovitých [9][10]
-†Panthera schaubi je pravdepodobne súčasť druhu Puma pardoides [11][12][13]
-†Panthera padoides je Puma pardoides[11]
-†Panthera crassidens je neplatný druh, v skutočnosti zmes leoparda a geparda[14]
-†Panthera arvernensis je Sivapanthera arvernensis
-†Panthera cristata je Dinofelis cristata [15]
-†Panthera issiodorensis je Lynx issiodorensis alebo Caracal issiodorensis [16][17]

ZdrojeUpraviť

  1. mačkovité. In: Pyramída (encyklopedický časopis)
  2. Barnett, R.; Mendoza, M. L. Z.; Soares, A. E. R.; Ho, S. Y. W.; Zazula, G.; Yamaguchi, N.; Shapiro, B.; Kirillova, I. V.; Larson, G.; Gilbert, M. T. P. (2016). "Mitogenomics of the Extinct Cave Lion, Panthera spelaea (Goldfuss, 1810), resolve its position within the Panthera cats". Open Quaternary. 2: 4. [1]
  3. Tseng Z. Jack, Wang Xiaoming, Slater Graham J., Takeuchi Gary T., Li Qiang, Liu Juan and Xie Guangpu 2014 Himalayan fossils of the oldest known pantherine establish ancient origin of big catsProc. R. Soc. B.28120132686 [2]
  4. Paleobiology Database [3]
  5. Plus zdroje uvedené k systematike v článku malé mačky.
  6. Alain Argant, Jacqueline Argant. The Panthera gombaszogensis story: the contribution of the ChâteauBreccia (Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy, France). Quaternaire, AFEQ-CNF INQUA, 2011, Hors-série 4,pp. 247-269.[4]
  7. Harington, C. R. (1969). "Pleistocene remains of the lion-like cat (Panthera atrox) from the Yukon Territory and northern Alaska". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 6 (5): 1277–1288.
  8. Sotnikova, M.V., Foronova, I.V. (2014). "First Asian record of Panthera (Leo) fossilis (Mammalia, Carnivora, Felidae) in the Early Pleistocene of Western Siberia, Russia". Integrative Zoology. 9 (4): 517–530.
  9. Blaine W. Schubert; James C. Chatters; Joaquin Arroyo-Cabrales; Joshua X. Samuels; Leopoldo H. Soibelzon; Francisco J. Prevosti; Christopher Widga; Alberto Nava; Dominique Rissolo; Pilar Luna Erreguerena (2019). "Yucatán carnivorans shed light on the Great American Biotic Interchange". Biology Letters. 15 (5): Article ID 20190148. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2019.0148.
  10. Damien Ruiz-Ramoni; Marisol Montellano-Ballesteros; Joaquín Arroyo-Cabrales; Arturo Caso; Sasha Carvajal-Villarreal (2019). "The large jaguar that lived in the past of Mexico: a forgotten fossil". Therya. 11 (1). ISSN 2007-3364.
  11. a b Hemmer, H.; Kahlike, R.D.; Vekua, A.K. (2004). "The Old World puma Puma pardoides (Owen, 1846) (Carnivora: Felidae) in the Lower Villafranchian (Upper Pliocene) of Kvabebi (East Georgia, Transcaucasia) and its evolutionary and biogeographical significance". Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen. 233: 197–233.
  12. Hemmer, H. (2001). "Die Feliden aus dem Epivillafranchium von Untermassfeld, in: R.D. Kahlke (Ed.), Das Pleistozän von Untermassfeld bei Meiningen (Thüringen), Römisch-Germaisches Zentralmuseum, Bonn": 699–782.
  13. Cherin, Marco; Iurino, Dawid A.; Sardella, Raffaele (2013). "Earliest occurrence of Puma pardoides (Owen, 1846) (Carnivora, Felidae) at the Plio/Pleistocene transition in western Europe:New evidence from the Middle Villafranchian assemblage of Montopoli, Italy". Comptes Rendus Palevol. 12 (3): 165–171.
  14. Turner, A. (1984). "Panthera crassidens Broom, 1948. The cat that never was?" (PDF). South African Journal of Science. 80 (5): 227–233.
  15. SPAMER, Earle E.; DAESCHLER, Edward; Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia; VOSTREYS-SHAPIRO, L. Gay. A Study of Fossil Vertebrate Types in the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (Taxonomic, Systematic, and Historical Perspectives). [s.l.] : Academy of Natural Sciences, 1995. 434 s. ISBN 978-0-910006-51-4. S. 182.
  16. JÁNOSSY, D.. Pleistocene Vertebrate Faunas of Hungary. [s.l.] : Elsevier, 2011. 206 s. ISBN 978-0-08-086849-3.
  17. BELLANI, Giovanni G.. Felines of the World (Discoveries in Taxonomic Classification and History). [s.l.] : Academic Press, 2019. 486 s. ISBN 978-0-12-817277-3. S. 204.