FMNH 33464

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  • Carnivora
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    Description: Banded Palm civet. (Hemigalus derbyanus) Carnivora Viverridae. Mounted individual mammal. Museum specimen Zoology specimen 33464
  • Carnivora
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Banded Palm civet. (Hemigalus derbyanus) Carnivora Viverridae. Mounted individual mammal originally from Madagascar, Africa. Museum specimen Zoology specimen 33464
  • Banded Palm civet
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Banded Palm civet. (Hemigalus derbyanus) Mounted individual mammal originally from Madagascar, Africa. Zoology specimen 33464
FM Catalog: Mammals
Catalog Subset: Specimen
Scientific Name: Hemigalus derbyanus boiei
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Viverridae
Genus: Hemigalus
Species: derbyanus
Subspecies: boiei
Field #: 324
Collector: natives
Collection No.: 487
Geography: Asia, Malaysia, Sabah, Oriental: Sandakan, 8th mi W
DWc Country: Malaysia
Date Collected: 29 Aug 1929
Preparations: skin,mounted
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: Yes
EMu IRN: 2532690
OccurenceID: 1b7a872f-6bb0-44c1-ae0c-c04efdbe042b

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