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Related to Ammotragus: aoudad, African aoudad sheep, Aoudad sheep
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Noun1.Ammotragus - genus of wild sheepAmmotragus - genus of wild sheep      
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Bovidae, family Bovidae - true antelopes; cattle; oxen; sheep; goats
Ammotragus lervia, aoudad, arui, audad, Barbary sheep, maned sheep - wild sheep of northern Africa
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En 1949, se dio por extirpado al borrego cimarron de la Sierra Maderas del Carmen, Coahuila, debido a factores como la mineria, competencia con borrego domestico (Ovis aries) y cabras (Capra spp.), fauna exotica como el Berberisco (Ammotragus lervia), enfermedades, caceria no controlada, cercos borregueros, sequia y depredacion (Baker 1956; Sanchez 2005).
Cryopreservation of aoudad (Ammotragus lervia sahariensis) sperm obtained by transrectal ultrasound-guided massage of the accessory sex glands and electroejaculation.
2005), preying on local ungulates, such as barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia) (Dragesco-Joffe 1993, Wacher et al.
Known as Ammotragus lervia among scientific circles, Barbary sheep, a.k.a.
The ungulate species observed in the smallest numbers was aoudad (Ammotragus lervia; detections = 6).
This earliest record of the presence of hominins in the Iberian Peninsula is associated with the arrival of several new species, including the bovid Ammotragus europaeus (presumably occupying the same ecological niche as the vanished Soergelia minor), the large horse Equus suessenbornensis, and the extant badger Meles meles, all of them being first recorded in the Guadix-Baza Basin (Martinez-Navarro et al., 2010; Madurell-Malapeira et al., 2011b).
Priority transplant sites were selected based on potential contact with domestic sheep and goats and free ranging aoudads (Ammotragus lervia), amount and juxtaposition of escape terrain, and water availability.
Red deer (Cervus elaphus) and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) are the most common wild ruminants in Spain; mouflon (Ovis aries), fallow deer (Damadama), and aoudad (Ammotragus lervia) are less common (11).
Mae'r gafrewigod yn cynnwys anifeiliaid mor wahanol a'r tahr Himalaiaidd (Hemitragus jemlahicus), defaid Barbari (Ammotragus lervia) a'r alpafr (Capra ibex).