Antilocapra


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Noun1.Antilocapra - type and sole genus of the Antilocapridae comprising one speciesAntilocapra - type and sole genus of the Antilocapridae comprising one species
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Antilocapridae, family Antilocapridae - comprising only the pronghorns
American antelope, Antilocapra americana, prongbuck, pronghorn, pronghorn antelope - fleet antelope-like ruminant of western North American plains with small branched horns
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Key words: Antilocapra americana, diet composition, diet quality, foraging, migration, Pronghorn, Yellowstone National Park
Comparison of two release methods for Antilocapra americana (Artiodactyla: Antilocapridae) in Coahuila, Mexico.
Here, we examine the use of fecal pellet dimensions of endangered Sonoran pronghorn Antilocapra americana sonoriensis to distinguish between fawns, yearlings and adults.
Antilocapridae is a family within the order Artiodactyla which is currently represented by only one species of pronghorn, Antilocapra americana, distributed from southern Canada to northern Mexico (O'Gara, 1978).
Here it should be mentioned that while "pronghorn" is supposedly the "correct" common name for our quarry, something often pointed out by pedantics, the scientific name is Antilocapra americana.
Ferguson, "Documenting Pronghorn Antelope antilocapra americana in the Peace River Grasslands, Alberta," Canadian Field Naturalist, vol.
A population viability analysis for the endangered sonoran pronghorn, Antilocapra americana peninsularis.
Pronghorn Pride is a private website devoted to promoting Antilocapra americana.
The species considered big game are Alces alces, Anser albifrons, Anser fabalis, Antilocapra americana, Bos bison, Branta canadensis, Branta hutchinsii, Canis lupus, Canis rufus, Cervus canadensis, Chen caerulescens, Chen canagica, Chen rossii, Lynx canadensis, Lynx rufus, Meleagris gallopavo, Odocoileus hemionus, Odocoileus virginianus, Oreamnos americanus, Ovibos moschatus, Ovis canadensis, Puma concolor, Rangifer tarandus, Ursus americanus, and Ursus arctos.
When not pursuing Antilocapra americana, the author can be found at home in Drummond, Montana.
Captive populations of the endangered Antilocapra americana peninsularis in Baja California Sur and Antilocapra americana sonoriensis in southwest Arizona have also been established with the intention of eventually restoring desert pronghorn to historic habitats.