americana o berrendo fue una especie abundante en las planicies del norte de Mexico, que con la llegada de la mineria y ganaderia a finales del siglo XIX fue desapareciendo (Leopold, 1959; O'Gara & Yoakum, 2004 Cancino, 2005).
A comparison of the dietary habits of a large sample of the Pleistocene pronghorn Stockoceros onusrosagris from the Papago Springs Cave in Arizona to the modern Antilocapra
Nelson describes the type specimen of Antilocapra
americana peninsularis taken near Calmalli by E.
A goatlike animal often mistakenly called an antelope, the Sonoran pronghorn is one of five subspecies of Antilocapra
americana, the only species in the Antilocapridae family.
Other ungulates such as moose Alces alces and pronghorn antelope Antilocapra
americana were occasionally observed on the site, but did not constitute important prey species.
In summer, on the Blacktail Plateau, a solitary buck often browses sagebrush right along the paved road, displaying the black 12- to 20-inch lyre-shaped horns with forward-jutting prongs that give Antilocapra
americana its common name.
Consider the facts that favor antilocapra
americana over elk and deer for first-timers m the West.
wild reindeer Rangifer tarandus in northern Europe (Helskog 2011) and pronghorn Antilocapra
americana in North America (Hockett & Murphy 2009).
It's in that light we should celebrate the uniquely American antilocapra
Americana, more commonly called the pronghorn antelope.
The Sonoran pronghorn, Antilocapra
americana sonoriersis, is a desert subspecies.
The weathered and darkly stained bison metapodial of undetermined age (MWSU 14047) was retained as a voucher specimen from the same gravel pit that produced the specimen of Antilocapra
roe deer Capreolus capreolus, pronghorn antelope Antilocapra
americana and African antelope such as impala Aepyceros melampus and lesser kudu Tragelaphus imberbis).
americana, the species found on Western plains from Mexico to southern Canada, has changed little since the last Ice Age.
americana (Byers 1997b) and white-tailed deer (Ozoga & Clute 1988)) has shown no evidence of increased mortality due to handling.
americana peninsularis is one of five subspecies of pronghorn antelope native to North America (Hall 1981).