S

SALTZ, D. (2013)

On the purity of Mesopotamian fallow deer.

IUCN Deer Specialist Group Newsletter No. 25 (March 2013): 31-35.

Abstract:

Mesopotamian fallow deer originating from the world herd that was established at the Opel Zoo in 1957 have been suspected of being hybridized with European fallow deer. I review existing evidence relevant to this issue. Findings indicate that there is no evidence of hybridization in animals originating from the Opel Zoo. I conclude that the Semeshkandeh captive herd in Iran and the Israeli reintroduced population are pure bred Mesopotamian fallow deer.

 

saltz-biblio

Gelesen 2400 mal Letzte Änderung am Dienstag, 26 Juni 2018 16:19
© Peter Dollinger, Zoo Office Bern hyperworx