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Z. Kratochvíl (1976)

Sex dimorphism of the domestic cat (Felis lybica f. catus L.) on the skull and on the mandible

Acta Veterinaria Brno, 45:159-167.

In the wild cat (Felis silveslris Schreber) distinct differences between males and females in many characters on the skull and the mandible have been demonstrated. By examining 32 adult males and 3l adult females of the domestic cat (Felis lybica f. catus L.) it has been demonstrated that sex dimorphism is substantially smaller, which shows that there are principial qualitative differences between the two species. This conclusion has been arrived at by statistical and graphical evaluations of 22 characters of the skull and the mandible .
Mandible, sex dimorphism, Domestic cat, Skull
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