What genus do bonobos belong to?
Bonobos and chimpanzees are the two species which make up the genus Pan, and are the closest living relatives to humans (Homo sapiens).
What phylum are bonobos?
ChordateBonobo / PhylumA chordate is an animal of the phylum Chordata. All chordates possess 5 synapomorphies, or primary characteristics, at some point during their larval or adulthood stages that distinguish them from all other taxa. Wikipedia
What does the scientific name Pan paniscus?
Taxonomy – Pan paniscus (Pygmy chimpanzee) (Bonobo) (SPECIES)
What is the Pan genus?
PanChimpanzee / Genus
What is the common name of the bonobo?
bonobo, (Pan paniscus), also called pygmy chimpanzee, ape that was regarded as a subspecies of the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) until 1933, when it was first classified separately.
What is Pan genus?
What is the common name for Pan troglodytes?
Integrated Taxonomic Information System – Report
|Reference for:||Pan troglodytes, Common Chimpanzee [English]|
|Author(s)/Editor(s):||Wilson, Don E., and F. Russell Cole|
|Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.:||Common Names of Mammals of the World|
What is the bib code for Pan paniscus?
Bibcode: 2003PNAS..100.7181W. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1232172100. PMC 165850. PMID 12766228. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pan paniscus. Wikispecies has information related to Bonobo.
What is a Pan paniscus chimpanzee?
“Pan paniscus. Pigmy chimpanzee from south of the Congo river”. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 18 (1): 1–59. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.1330180113.
What is the action plan for Pan paniscus?
In 1995, concern over declining numbers of bonobos in the wild led the Zoological Society of Milwaukee, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with contributions from bonobo scientists around the world, to publish the Action Plan for Pan paniscus: A Report on Free Ranging Populations and Proposals for their Preservation.
What ecological services does the bonobo (Pan paniscus) provide?
“Ecological services performed by the bonobo (Pan paniscus): seed dispersal effectiveness in tropical forest”. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 29 (5): 367–380. doi: 10.1017/s0266467413000515. ISSN 0266-4674. S2CID 86540021. ^ Beaune D, Bollache L, Bretagnolle F, Fruth B (2012-08-29).