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Figure 14 | Zoological Studies

Figure 14

From: Taxonomic implications of geographical variation in Rhinolophus affinis (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) in mainland Southeast Asia

Figure 14

Morphological distribution of Rhinolophus affinis from mainland Southeast Asia. Circle represents morphological form from Thai-Malay Peninsula; solid square and crossed square represent morphological variation of form C; dot square represents morphological form A whereas asterisk represents the un-described form B (R. cf. affinis). The defined forms (A, B, C) are corresponded to FigureĀ 10. Gray solid line (Ithmus of Kra) and dashed lines (Kangar-Pattani Line) are the biota transition zones proposed in the peninsular. The arrows indicate the approximate localities of subspecific forms in the research area.

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