oa Madoqua - Observations on the habitat preferencesand population dynamics of the black-faced Impala Aepfceros petersi Bocage, 1875, in South West Africa
|Article Title||Observations on the habitat preferencesand population dynamics of the black-faced Impala Aepfceros petersi Bocage, 1875, in South West Africa|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Nature Conservation and Tourism Branch, South West Africa Administration|
|Publication Date||Jan 1971|
|Pages||55 - 65|
|Keyword(s)||Acacia, Associated animals, Distribution, Ecology, Ectoparasites, Endoparasites, Feeding records, Growth rates, Habitat preference, Kaokoveld, Population structure, Predation, Reproduction, Social structure and Status|
In South West Africa the black-faced impala occurs onIy in the zoogeographic entity known as the Kaokoveld which is bounded by the Namib desert to the west and by the inland plateau to the east. Information on black-faced irnpala was gathered during the catching operations in 1968, 1969 and also during infrequent encounters over a period of four years.
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