Lepilemur mitsinjonensis - Mitsinjo Sportive Lemur

This species was officially described in 2005 by Edward Louis at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo. Lepilemur mitsinjonensis lives in the dry deciduous forests of western Madagascar

Web links for Lepilemur mitsinjonensis :

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo -- Ruffed Lemur (Click on the picture to see a larger version) Lepilemur seali (Click
Genetics news | Genetics news news | Breaking genetics news ... -- Doorly Zoo. New species: Seal's Sportive Lemur (Lepilemur seali) and Mitsinjo
Genetics news | Genetics news news | Breaking genetics news ... -- The species will be known as Lepilemur mitsinjonensis and Lepilemur seali.Neither
MonkeyWatch -- Tuesday, January 11, 2005. Lepilemur seali, Lepilemur mitsinjonensis. Researcher
New species of lemur found in Madagascar : HindustanTimes.com -- The team found the second species in the dry forest of Madagascar's west coast and
Salon.com Technology | Neb. Zoo discovers two species of lemurs -- ...rain forest on the east coast. The species will be known as Lepilemur
Tropical Rainforest and Wildlands Conservation - mongabay.com -- Doorly Zoo announced the discovery of two new species of lemurs: Seal's Sportive
The Citizen madagascar -- The team found the second species in the dry forest of Madagascar’s west coast and
IUCN Species Survival Commission -- ...the west coast. The west coast species, Mitsinjo Sportive Lemur or Lepilemur


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