There currently is not a confirmed 'L114' or 'cf'.' in the database.
My entries all have and will have specimen photos.
PseudaSmart wrote:The last two years have been spent trying to determine if there is a real difference between the two L-number designations.
Another thing to bare in mind is are the differences enough to consider them as seperate species or not?
A friend of mine made similar studies, and his conclusion they are the same thing!!
Unungy wrote:I think if the different collection point is not enough evidence then I don't know "what" it could be.
lfinley58 wrote:The paper has sequence data, and discussion thereof, on P. leopardus from the Rupununi River in Guyana, where the type specimen came from.
PseudaSmart wrote:'Preserved Voucher Specimens.' The short answer is no. I seriously doubt that anyone who owns these is willing to sacrifice them in the name of science.
We know the L114 comes from the Rio Demini, but does anyone actually know the collection locality of the "real" P. leopardus (aka L600) in the trade?
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