The upward expansions include the Common Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) by 1,490 m, Hoary-bellied Squirrel (Callosciurus pygerythrus) by 300 m, and Mountain Weasel (Mustela altaica) and Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) by 200 m (Table 1, Figures 1 and 2a-d).
Furthermore, records of the Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis), Mountain Weasel (Mustela altaica), Hyaena (Hyaena hyaena) and Common Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) from Chandragiri, Shey Phoksundo National Park, Dang and Rara National Park, respectively, were new to our national distribution records.
The common palm civet Paradoxurus
hermaphroditus is a small carnivore occurring in a broad array of habitats on Borneo, including logged and unlogged forest, cultivated land, and the outskirts of villages and towns.
Family VIVERRIDAE Paradoxurus
NE LC hermaphrodites (Common Palm Civet) Viverra tangalunga NE LC (Malayan Civet) IV.
A likely example of gap-directed seed dispersal is known from the Paleotropics, where the palm civet (Paradoxurus
hermaphroditus), which is an important disperser of many Asian rain-forest palms, usually defecates in gaps and thereby probably provides gap-directed seed dispersal (Zona & Henderson, 1989).
The Luak, according to Chris Nemmer, director of the National Zoo's Conservation & Research Center, is the common palm civet (paradoxurus
hermaphrodites), a very widespread species throughout SE Asia which is also known as the toddy cat because of its fondness for fermented palm sap (or toddy); and Luak Coffee is the coffee resulting from beans that have been processed by passing through the digestive system of this remarkable little coffee expert and processing mill.
2016 Predicted distribution of the common palm civet Paradoxurus
hermaphroditus (Mammalia: Carnivora: Viverridae) on Borneo.
The mtD-loop sequences of studied samples were aligned using the Clustal W multiple alignment algorithm of Bio Edit and the outgroup sequences of palm civet (Paradoxurus
philippinensis Mapun halimaw lion Collins et al.
Sukor 2010 Importance of common palm civets (Paradoxurus
hermaphroditus) as a long-distance disperser for large-seeded plants in degraded forests.