| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||S E Asia
||Yellow/Grey with Black Markings
||40 cms (15.7 inches)
||34 cms (13.4 inches)
||700 g (25 oz)
| Life Expectancy
Banded Linsang have a body length of approximately 40 cms (15.7 inches), a tail length of approximately 34 cms (13.4 inches) and they weigh around 700 g (25 oz).
They are yellowish/grey in colour with five dark bands on their body. They have broad stripes on their neck and their tail has several dark bands and a dark tip. They have sharp, retractable claws and very sharp teeth.
Banded Linsang inhabit the forests of south east Asia. They are solitary, nocturnal and arboreal.
Banded Linsang mainly feed on rodents, birds and lizards.
Little is known about reproduction in the Banded Linsang.
Subspecies of Banded Linsang include:
Prionodon linsang fredericae
Prionodon linsang gracilis
Prionodon linsang linsang
Banded Linsang are also known as: