oa Madoqua - Dikdik Madoqua kirki in South West Africa: notes on distribution, ecology, and behaviour
|Article Title||Dikdik Madoqua kirki in South West Africa: notes on distribution, ecology, and behaviour|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Nature Conservation Branch, South West Africa Administration|
|Publication Date||Jan 1969|
|Pages||7 - 33|
|Keyword(s)||Arid savanna, Behaviour, Biting flies, Caesalpiniaceous non-thorny wooded savanna, CalIs, Crest, Defecation, Digital pads, Distribution, Ecology, Endoparasite, Feeding, Glands, Habitats, Nose, Predators, Protected list, Reproduction, Social structure and Wild ungulates|
Dikdik are small antelope of about 5 kg bodyweight and stand some 42 cm high at the shoulder. The AngoIan or Damara dikdik, Madoqua kirki Gunther, is the only species of dikdik which occurs in southern Africa.
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