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|Title:||A diurnal observation of Small-toothed Palm Civets Arctogalidia trivirgata mating in Seima Protection Forest, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia|
|Citation:||Barca B, Nuttall M & Hobson K (2015) A diurnal observation of Small-toothed Palm Civets Arctogalidia trivirgata mating in Seima Protection Forest, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia, Small Carnivore Conservation, 52-53, pp. 39-44.|
|Abstract:||Small-toothed Palm Civet Arctogalidia trivirgata is both nocturnal and arboreal making chance encounters with this species very rare. This species typically eludes conventional biodiversity survey techniques such as ground-based camera trapping. Small-toothed Palm Civet breeding behaviour has not been recorded in the wild and this paper describes a chance observation of mating between two Small-toothed Palm Civets in evergreen forest in eastern Cambodia|
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