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Sus barbatus
Bearded pig
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Literature Cited

Caldecott, J.O., Blouch, R.A. and Macdonald, A.A. (1993). The Bearded Pig (Sus barbatus). Pp. 136-145 in: Oliver, W.L.R. (1993). Pigs, Peccaries and Hippos: Status Survey and Action Plan. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. Available online at the Pig, Peccary, and Hippo Specialist Group website.

Groves, C.P. and Grubb, P. (1993). The Eurasian Suids (Sus and Babyrousa): Taxonomy and Description. In: Oliver, W.L.R. (1993). Pigs, Peccaries and Hippos: Status Survey and Action Plan. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. Available online at the Pig, Peccary, and Hippo Specialist Group website.

Kawanishi, K., Gumal, M. and Oliver, W. (2008). Sus barbatus. In: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.1 (accessed 2 Nov 2011). Available online at the IUCN Red List website.

Kemp, Y.M. (2000). Growth and development in captive Bornean bearded pigs, Sus barbatus barbatus, at the San Diego Zoo. Zoologische Garten 70(2): 73-92.

Payne, J. and Francis, C.M. (1985). A Field Guide to the Mammals of Borneo. Sabah Society with World Wildlife Fund Malaysia, Sabah, Malaysia.

Pfeffer, P. and Caldecott, J.O. (1986). The bearded pig (Sus barbatus) in East Kalimantan and Sarawak. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 59: 81-100.

Schmidt, C.R. (1990). Pigs. Pp. 20-47 in: Parker, S.P. Grzimek's Encyclopedia of Mammals, Volume 5. McGraw-Hill, New York.

Additional Resources

Allen, E.F. (1948). The bearded pig. Malayan Nature Journal 3: 98-99.

Banks, E. (1931). A popular account of the mammals of Borneo. Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 9: 1-139.

Banks, E. (1949). Bornean Mammals. Kuching Press, Kuching, Sarawak.

Blouch, R.A. (1984). Current status of the Sumatran rhino and other large mammals in southern Sumatra. (Unpublished) Project 3303 Report No. 4 to IUCN/WWF Indonesia Programme, Bogor: 39 pp.

*Blouch, R.A. (1995). Conservation and research priorities for threatened suids of South and Southeast Asia. Journal of Mountain Ecology 3: 21-25.

Caldecott, J.O. (1988). Hunting and Wildlife Management in Sarawak. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. 150 pp.

Caldecott, J.O. (1991). Monographie des Bartschweines (Sus barbatus). Bongo (J. Zool. Garten Berlin) 18: 54-68.

Caldecott, J.O. (1991). Eruptions and migrations of bearded pig populations. Bongo (J. Zool. Garten Berlin) 18: 233-243.

Caldecott, J.O. and Caldecott, S.S. (1985). A horde of pork. New Scientist 1469: 32-35.

*Curran, L.M. and Leighton, M. (2000). Vertebrate responses to spatiotemporal variation in seed production of mast-fruiting Dipterocarpaceae. Ecological Monographs 70(1): 101-128.

*Curran, L.M., and Webb, C.O. (2000). Experimental tests of the spatiotemporal scale of seed predation in mast-fruiting Dipterocarpaceae. Ecological Monographs 70(1): 129-148.

Davies, A.G. and Payne, J.B. (1982). A Faunal Survey of Sabah. WWF-Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.

Davis, D.D. (1962). Mammals of the lowland rain-forest of North Borneo. Bulletin of the Singapore Natural Museum 31: 1-129.

*Gibson-Hill, C.A. (1950). A further note on the bearded pig in Malaya. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 47: 632-637.

*Giman, B., Stuebing, R., Megum, N., Mcshea, W.J. and Stewart, C.M. (2007). A camera trapping inventory for mammals in a mixed use planted forest in Sarawak. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 55(1): 209-215.

*Groves, C.P. (1981). Ancestors for the Pigs: Taxonomy and Phylogeny of the Genus Sus. Technical Bulletin No. 3, Department of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra: 96 pp.

*Hancock, P.A., Milner-Gulland, E.J., and Keeling, M.J. (2005). An individual based model of bearded pig abundance. Ecological Modelling 181(2-3): 123-137.

Heaney, L.R. (1986). Biogeography of mammals of South East Asia: estimates of rates of colonisation, extinction and speciation. Biological Journal of the Linnaen Society 28: 127-165.

Hislop, J.A. (1949). Some field notes on the bearded pig. Malayan Nature Journal 4: 62-64.

Hislop, J.A. (1952). More about the bearded pig. Malayan Nature Journal 7: 22-23.

Hislop, J.A. (1955). Notes on the migration of the bearded pig. In Excavations at Gua Cha, Kelantan, 1954, Appendix E. Edited by G. de G. Sieveking. Fed. Mus. J. (New Series); 1-2: 134-137.

Janzen, D.H. (1974). Tropical blackwater rivers, animals and mast fruiting by the Dipterocarpaceae. Biotropica 6: 69-103.

Jessup, T., Hajani, S., Khumaidi, M. and Soedjito, H. (1982). Forest for Food - Phase I: Background Report and Proposal for Research and Development. TAO-Materialen 11, East Kalimantan Transmigration Area Development Project, Samarinda, Indonesia.

Johns, A.D. (1983). Ecological effects of selective logging in a West Malaysian rain-forest. (Unpublished) Ph.D. thesis, University of Cambridge.

Kempe, J.E. (1948). The riddle of the bearded pig. Malayan Nature Journal 3: 36-42.

Kurosawa, Y., Tanaka, K., Tomita, T., Katsumata, M., Masangkay, J.S. and Lucuata, A.Q. (1989). Blood groups and biochemical polymorphisms of warty or Javan pigs, bearded pigs, and a hybrid of domestic x wart pigs in the Philippines. Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science (1): 57-69.

Leighton, M., and Leighton, D.R. (1983). Vertebrate responses to fruiting seasonality within a Bornean rain forest. Pp. 181-196 in: Sutton, S.L., Whitmore, T.C. and Chadwick, A.C. (eds.). Tropical Rain Forest: Ecology and Management. Blackwell, Oxford.

*Lucchini, V., Meijaard, E., Diong, C.H., Groves, C.P., and Randi E. (2005). New phylogenetic perspectives among species of South-east Asian wild pig (Sus sp.) based on mtDNA sequences and morphometric data. Journal of Zoology 266(1): 25-35.

*Mudar, K.M. (1986). A morphometric analysis of the five subspecies of Sus barbatus, the bearded pig. (Unpublished) M.Sc. thesis, Michigan State University: 86 pp.

*National Research Council (1983). Little-Known Asian Animals with a Promising Economic Future. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

*Pfeffer, P. (1959). Biologie et migrations du sanglier de Borneo (Sus barbatus Muller, 1869). Mammalia 23: 277-303.

Reinhard, R., Ochs, A. and Grahl, K.-D. (1996). First experiences with the keeping of bearded pigs (Sus b. barbatus) in the Berlin Zoo. Zoologische Garten 66(3): 159-164.

*Schwarz, E. (1940). On Malay Pigs of the Sus verrucosus Group. Journal of Mammalogy 21(1): 73-75.

*Tuen, A.A., Rahman, M.A. and Tajuddin, M. (1999). Age classification of bearded pigs (Sus barbatus) from Bario, Kelabit Highlands. ASEAN Review of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation (ARBEC), Abdullah Universiti, Malaysia, Sarawak.

*Wong, S.T., Servheen, C., Ambu. L. and Norhayati, A. (2005). Impacts of fruit production cycles on Malayan sun bears and bearded pigs in lowland tropical forest of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21(6): 627-639.

*Wu Gui-sheng, Pang Jun-feng, and Zhang Ya-ping. (2006). Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of Suidae. Zoological Research 27(2): 197-201.

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