The contemporary ideas on roe deer (Capreolus Gray, 1821) systematization : morphological, ethological and hybridological analysis

@inproceedings{Sokolov1990TheCI,
  title={The contemporary ideas on roe deer (Capreolus Gray, 1821) systematization : morphological, ethological and hybridological analysis},
  author={V. E. Sokolov and Vladimir S. Gromov},
  year={1990}
}
La variabilite geographique des chevreuils d'Europe et de Siberie a ete etudiee de facon statistique dans 16 regions differentes.Les differences entre les populations concernent la taille, les proportions du crâne et des bois chez les individus en velours.Des experiences d'hybridation ont mis en evidence l'isolement du chevreuil siberien et du chevreuil europeen, notamment en ce qui concerne la physiologie et l'ethologie de la reproduction. 

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