banded palm civet

(redirected from Hemigalus derbyanus)
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Noun1.banded palm civet - an East Indian civetbanded palm civet - an East Indian civet      
civet, civet cat - cat-like mammal typically secreting musk used in perfumes
genus Hemigalus, Hemigalus - banded palm civets
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Ross, Joanna; Andrew Hearn, David Macdonald, Gono Semiadi, et al., 2016, Predicted distribution of the banded civet Hemigalus derbyanus (Mammalia: Carnivora: Viverridae) on Borneo.
The banded civet Hemigalus derbyanus is a small, little-known civet with a geographical range comprising Indonesia (Kalimantan, Sumatra and some associated islands), Malaysia, Brunei, peninsular Myanmar and peninsular Thailand.