Southeast Asia Small Felid Survey




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Southeast Asia Small Felid Survey


Please provide a Separate Form for Each Study Are (e.g., Each National Park)
Name: Email address:
Name of your institutional affiliation:
Postal address:
DATA: Country/location: Time period of observations:
Is this known habitat for large cats (i.e., tigers or leopards)?


I. THREATS. Please rank all threats to small felid species in terms of their severity based on the criteria given beneath the table:

Threat

Marbled cat

Pardofelis marmorata

Fishing cat

Prionailurus viverrinus

Flat-headed

Prionailurus planiceps

Golden cat

Catopuma. temminckii

Bay cat

Catopuma badia

Leopard cat

Prionailurus bengalensis

Jungle cat

Felis chaus

Direct hunting






















Incidental hunting






















Hunting of prey






















Lack of enforcement






















Habitat degradation






















Habitat destruction






















Competition from other carnivores






















Resource exploitation






















Disease






















Trade (live animals)






















Trade (body parts)






















Other:






















Other:






















Other:





















Severity of threat ___


No effect 0

Small effect on density or distribution 1

Substantial effect on density or distribution, but local eradication unlikely 2

Serious effects, local eradication a possibility 3



Notes/description:






II. Conservation Measures. Please indicate any conservation measures on behalf of small felids that you are aware of.


Conservation Measures

Description

Anti-poaching patrols

 

Anti-trafficking enforcement

 

Ecotourism ventures

 

Activities promoting wildlife conservation




Local publicity about felid species

 

Education of local people

 

Education of schoolchildren




Monitoring of felids in the field




Monitoring of prey populations




Monitoring of trade in felids




Habitat restoration/enhancement

 

Translocation of local people out of protected area

 

Other:




Other:

 



Notes/description:






III. Habitat. Where evidence of small felids was found please provide the number of individuals sighted for each habitat type.
Habitat

Marbled cat

P. marmorata

Fishing cat

P. viverrinus

Flat-headed

P. planiceps

Golden cat

C. temminckii

Bay cat

C. badia

Leopard cat

P. bengalensis

Jungle cat

F. chaus

Agricultural areas






















Coniferous forest






















Dry deciduous dipterocarp forest






















Hill evergreen forest (>1000m asl)






















Mangrove forest






















Mixed deciduous forest






















Tropical evergreen forest






















Other:























IV. POPULATION AND CARRYING CAPACITY

If you feel knowledgeable enough, please provide any best guess estimates that you can make on population size, carrying capacity and trends by species.


Estimate

Marbled cat

P. marmorata

Fishing cat

P. viverrinus

Flat-headed

P. planiceps

Golden cat

C. temminckii

Bay cat

C. badia

Leopard cat

P. bengalensis

Jungle cat

F. chaus

Estimated population size























Fragmentation (number of isolated

populations)
























Trend in population size

(increasing or declining)
























Carrying capacity / habitat

saturation
























Trend in carrying capacity (habitat

area and/or quality)


























Notes/description:







V. DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION. Please provide estimates if you can for any of the following information for small felids in Southeast Asia (indicate whether estimates are based on field data, captive data, or expert opinion. It is unlikely that you will be able to complete all or most of the parameters, but estimates of a few or even a single demographic parameter will be helpful.


Measure




Estimate

Source

Species

Field

data

Captive data

Expert

opinion

Age at which most females begin breeding





 










Age at which most males begin breeding





 










Maximum age





 










Percent of adult females breeding each year

















Time interval between litters





 










Maximum litter size (number of young)





 










Average litter size (mean number of young)

















Survival rate from birth to age 1 year

















Annual subadult (1 yr to breeding age) survival rate

















Annual adult survival rate

















Differences in survival between males and females





 












Notes/description:










Thank you for completing the questionnaire


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