Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:422
Specimens with Barcodes:278
Species With Barcodes:31
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Living in the Sikkim region of Tibet  and the Khangchendzonga park , the shapi was first officially documented in 1938 by German naturalist Ernst Schaefer. It is now considered an endangered species, only 50 animals being known to exist in the wild.
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