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Prey abundant at individual cameras includes hog (Sus scrofa), deer (Odocoileus virginianus and Odocoileus hemionus), elk (Cervus elaphus), coyote (Canis lantrans), javelina (Pecari tajacu), cow (Bos taurus), bobcat (Lynx rufus), and aoudad (Ammotragus lervia).
The first wave of dispersal would correspond to the latest Late Villafranchian, in paleoenvironments dominated by open dry grasslands and several wooded areas, and being associated to several other incoming species, mainly of Asian origin, such as Ammotragus europaeus or Equus sussenbornensis.
La seleccion de los sitios prioritarios para el transplante de cimarrones fue basado en el potencial de contacto con borregos domesticos y cabras, y exoticos ferales como los aoudads (Ammotragus lervia), y la cantidad de la conjuncion de terreno de escape y disponibilidad de agua.
The fauna of these areas includes goats (Capra hircus), Barbary sheep or aoudad (Ammotragus lervia), and antelopes such as the gazelles (Gazella), addax (Addax nasomaculatus), oryx (Oryx), dik-diks (Madoqua), cobs (Kobus kob), kudus (Tragelaphus strepsiceros, T.
Aoudad or barbary sheep, Ammotragus lervia (Pallas, 1777) is endemic to the mountain regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara (Brentjes, 1980).
His scientific name is Ammotragus lervia; the genus Ammotragus comes from the Greek and means "sand goat" (very apt!), while lervia comes from an original North African name.
The endemic Iberian wild goat Capra pyrenaica and the exotic aoudad Ammotragus; lervia are two of the most popular big game species in Spain.
Contact with domestic livestock and exotic sheep species (e.g., Ammotragus lervia) should be minimized or eliminated to prevent disease transmission, and interspecific competition (Douglas & Leslie 1999; Krausman et al.
leptoceros), and the aoudad or Barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia).
Likewise the aoudad, genus and species Ammotragus lervia.
One possible threat to the bighorn, and perhaps also to the mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is the aoudad (Ammotragus lervia), an introduced species which is now well established in the Davis Mountains, and which appears to be extending its range in the direction of the Beach Mountains.
Aoudad (Ammotragus lervia) is the only native wild sheep of northern Africa.