Niau-kho

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Thiàu khì: se̍h chāmchhiau-chhoē
?Niau-kho
Hó͘, niau-kho lāi-té siāng tōa-hêng
Seng-bu̍t-ha̍k hun-lūi
Kài: Animalia
Mn̂g: Chordata
Kong: Mammalia
Bo̍k: Carnivora
A-bo̍k: Feliformia
Kho: Felidae
G. Fischer de Waldheim, 1817
A-kho

Niau-kho, La-teng-miâ Felidae, sī chi̍t lūi tōng-bu̍t, hun-lūi-siōng sī chi̍t kho, sio̍k tī chhī-leng tōng-bu̍t ē-kha ê Carnivora-ba̍k.

Chi̍t kho ê tōng-bu̍t sī Carnivora lāi-bīn tùi chia̍h-bah siāng te̍k-hoà ê chi̍t lūi. Hiān-chûn ê niau-kho ē-sái hun 2-ê a-kho: Pantherinae (pà-lūi, hâm hó͘, sai, bí-chiu-pà, kap hoe-pà) kap Felinae (niau-lūi, hâm bí-chiu-sai, la̍h-pà, serval, Lynx, Caracal, Ocelot, kap ka-niau).

Sèng-chit[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Niau-kho chiàⁿ bah-si̍t ê tōng-bu̍t, su-iàu chia̍h bah seng-oa̍h. Tû-liâu sai í-gōa, iá-seng ê niau-kho it-poaⁿ sī to̍k-li̍p seng-oa̍h--ê. Iá-seng ê ka-niau, chóng-sī ū chiâⁿ kûn ê chêng-hêng.

Chìn-hòa[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Chi̍t hāng Warren E. Johnson kap Stephen J. O’Brien khah chòe-kīn ê ián-kiù, kun-kù 22,789 ê DNA iâm-ki-tùi, tùi niau-kho ê chhin-goân hē-thóng thê-kiong pí chìn-chêng koh khah khak-tēng ê kiat-kó. Ián-kiù ê sêng-kó chiong niau-kho hun chò 8-ê hun-chi (clade).[1]

Hun-lūi[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Felidae
Panthera sè-hē
Pantherinae
Neofelis

Chiuⁿ-pà


Panthera



Sai



Bí-chiu-pà




Hoe-pà





Hó͘



Seh-pà





Felinae
Kim-niau sè-hē
Pardofelis


Bay cat



Asian golden cat




Marbled cat




Caracal sè-hē
Caracal


Caracal



African golden cat




Serval




Ocelot sè-hē
Leopardus


Ocelot



Margay






Andean mountain cat



Pampas cat






Geoffroy's cat



Kodkod




Tigrina






Tōa-soaⁿ-niau sè-hē
Lynx



Iberian lynx



Eurasian lynx




Canadian lynx




Bobcat




Puma sè-hē

Acinonyx

Cheetah


Puma

Puma (Cougar)



Jaguarundi





Chio̍h-hó͘ sè-hē

Otocolobus

Pallas cat


Prionailurus


Rusty spotted cat





Asian leopard cat



Fishing cat




Flat-headed cat






Felis
 





Ka-niau



Au-chiu iá-niau





Hui-chiu iá-niau



Chinese desert cat





Desert cat




Black-footed cat




Jungle cat




Ka-niau sè-hē









Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Lars Werdelin, Nobuyuki Yamaguchi, Warren E. Johnson, & Stephen J. O’Brien (2010). "Phylogeny and evolution of cats (Felidae)". Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0199234455.