Antidorcas marsupialis

@inproceedings{Cain2022AntidorcasM,
  title={Antidorcas marsupialis},
  author={James W. Cain and Paul R. Krausman and Heather L. Germaine},
  booktitle={CABI Compendium},
  year={2022}
}
This datasheet on Antidorcas marsupialis covers Identity, Distribution. 

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A Fossil History of Southern African Land Mammals

  • D. Avery
  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • 2019
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Sexual dimorphism across 3 stages of development in polygynous Artiodactyls is not affected by maternal care

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References

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Population genetics of the springbok Antidorcas marsupialis - a preliminary study

Biochemical-genetic variation was studied in springbok Antidorcas m. marsupialis (Zimmermann, 1780) from a large (N>2000) "wild" population (n=24) and a small (30>N>20) isolated farm population

Observations on the migration and habits of the Antelopes of the Kalahari Gemsbok Park - Part II

  • F. Eloff
  • Environmental Science, Geology
  • 1959
To follow up the observations made in the Kalahari Gemsbok Park in December, 1957, a second trip was made in June, 1958 on which the present report is based. It is intended mainly as a progress

Observations on Social Organization of Springbok, Antidorcas Marsupialis, in the Bontebok National Park, Swellendam

AbstractThe study area of 2 786 ha contained over 200 springbok. The data were gathered during 78 separate day visits over four years. The most important social groups were (1) nursery herds of

Preferential utilization of pans by springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis)

Forage utilization by springbok in pans and surrounding habitats was compared at one karroid shrubland site and two desert grassland sites and was found to be greater in pans than on adjacent plains

Parasites of South African wildlife. XVI. Helminths of some antelope species from the Eastern and Western Cape Provinces.

Nematodirus spathiger had the widest host spectrum and with the exception of black wildebeest, was collected from all the host species examined.

Hygroscopic Food: a Source of Water for Desert Antelopes?

I collected plants which were eaten by antelopes during a drought, determined the rate at which the dry leaves gain water at temperatures and humidities measured during the drought, and calculated the amount of water available to the antelope if they feed at night.

Observations on the Behaviour and Feeding Habits of the Springbok, Antidorcas Marsupialis

AbstractThe stance and attitudes of the springbok are found to be similar to those of other gazelles. Gaits used are a rack-like walk (passgang), a trot and a gallop; display trot, the stott and the

The vegetation of the S.A. Lombard Nature Reserve and its utilisation by certain antelope

All the antelope on this reserve except gemsbok, feed by nibbling the plants here and there, and it was a tedious task to trace the exact feeding spot.

SPATIAL UTILISATION OF AN ENCLOSED AREA OF THE KAROO BY SPRINGBOKANTIDORCAS MARSUPIALISAND MERINO SHEEPOVIS ARIESDURING DROUGHT

Observed inter-specific differences suggest that a combination of springbok and Merino sheep in a 350 ha paddock on a game ranch in the Karoo would lead to a better utilisation of the vegetation.

Some observations on social organisation and behaviour of springbok in the Jack Scott Nature Reserve

Aspects of social organisation and behaviour of springbok were observed in a small population in the Jack Scott Nature Reserve, Transvaal, and observations of intolerant behaviour on the part of such males towards other male springboks suggested territoriality.