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Tragelaphus oryx
Bushbuck
Tragelaphus scriptus
  (Pallas, 1766)
Sitatunga
Tragelaphus spekii
IUCN iGT 1.0
 

Bushbuck
Tragelaphus scriptus
Kafue NP--Nanzhila Plains, Zambia - 2018-11-18
© Stefan Gustafsson
 












Field guides

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Kingdon, J.
The Kingdon Pocket Guide to African Mammals


References

  • Tragelaphus scriptus: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.1. . Downloaded on 10 July 2014.
  • Kingdon, J.: The Kingdon Pocket Guide to African Mammals; Princeton University Press, 2005; ISBN:0-691-12239-3
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    Scientific Classification
    Kingdom Animals
    Animalia
    Phylum Chordates
    Chordata
    Class Mammals
    Mammalia
    Order Even-toed ungulates and whales
    Cetartiodactyla
    Family Cattle, Antelopes, Sheep, Goats
    Bovidae
    Genus Tragelaphus
    Species Bushbuck
    scriptus
    (Pallas, 1766)

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    Ethiopian highlands
    Distribution
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    The Bushbuck ranges very widely in sub-Saharan Africa, occurring in 40 African countries, more than any other antelope species. They range from Mauritania, Senegal and Guinea Bissau through West Africa, south of the Sahara, to north-east Africa then southwards throughout East Africa and the more mesic areas of southern Africa to the Western Cape of South Africa. The only sub-Saharan country from which they have not recently been recorded, and where they may formerly have occurred, is Lesotho. (IUCN 2009).
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