Tragelaphus


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Tragelaphus

African bushbuck antelopes in the subfamily Antelopinae; includes T. angasi, T. scriptus, T. spekei, T. strepciceros.

Tragelaphus angasi
a very handsome antelope with lyrate horns. Very susceptible to capture myopathy. Called also nyala.
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Atherurus africanus, Tragelaphus spekei, Hyemoschus aquaticus, Neotragus batesi, Aonyx capensis, Manis tricuspis, Uromanis tetradactyla) or Schedule II (i.
Concerning the traded species, at Swali market there was an almost identical number of traded Tragelaphus scriptus and Tragelaphus spekei.
The species under study is analogous to Tragelaphus imberbis (Blyth 1869) and Procavia capensis Pallas (1766).
He occupies his own genus, Taurotragus (twist-horned bull), so he is not one of the seven spiral-homed antelope that comprise the Tragelaphus genus.
The large-animal fauna includes Loxodonta africana (Elephant), Syncerus caffer (Buffalo), Tragelaphus sp.
Considering coincidence of generic distributions with only Marburg hemorrhagic fever occurrences (Table 2), an initial list included 63 genera; 22 of these were omitted because their species had a large body size or were primates (Perodicticus, Galago, Gorilla, Leptailurus, Atilax, Dologale, Mungos, Crocuta, Lutra, Civettictis, Ceratotherium, Owcteropus, Pommochoerus, Litocranius, Taurotragus, Tragelaphus, Cephalophus, Sylvicapra, Oryx, Kobus, Redunca, Manis).
of cases Reference Bovidae Nyala, Tragelaphus angasi 1 1 Greater kudu, Tragelaphus 6 2 strepsiceros Gemsbok, Oryx gazella 1 1 Arabian oryx, Oryx leucoryx 1 3 Scimitar-horned oryx, Oryx 1 2 dammah Eland, Taurotragus oryx 6 2,4 American bison, Bison bison 1 5 Felidae Cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus 10 (b) 2,5-8 Puma, Felis concolor 3 2,9 Ocelot, Felis pardalis 3 4,5 Tiger, Panthera tigris 3 5 Lion, Panthera leo 4 4,5 Asian golden cat, Catopuma 1 (c) 10 temminckii (a) Animals were born and cases occurred in Great Britain unless stated otherwise.
Spongiform encephalopathy in a herd of greater kudu Tragelaphus strepsiceros: epidemiological observations.