We were quite the bunch of guys up on that mountain, a typical group for a hunt in Asia: Cuneyt was my guide from Caprinae
Safaris, Taleh and Tural were my local hunting guides, Abuzer was the horseman, and Mikayil was the cook.
and compiler) and IUCN Caprinae
Specialist group Wild Sheep and Goats and their Relatives: Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan for Caprinae
Presence of a protostyle indicates the tooth represents a Bovinae such as Bison rather than a Caprinae
such as Bootherium.
Ovis aries (sheep), member of the Bovidae family and sub family Caprinae
is one of the oldest domesticated species, has been used for wool, milk, meat and skins from thousands of years through out the world .
The takin (Budorcas taxicolor) is a ruminant belonging to the family Bovidae, subfamily Caprinae
, genus Budorcas (Figure).
The trophy harvesting of Caprinae
is economically important (Doris 2002, Harris & Pletscher 2002).
carnes leuiores sunt et minus uentrem procurant [PDiet.
Diez de ellos fueron disenados para bovidos y estan altamente conservados en otros Artiodactyla, como los Cervidae y los Caprinae
(Slate el al.
The Commission is not ready to accept the extension of support under this article to other sectors than those that it proposes (milk, bovine, ovine and caprinae
The goat is a member of the family Bovidae and is closely related to the sheep as both are in the goat antelope subfamily Caprinae
Goat (Capra hircus), member of the Bovidae family and subfamily Caprinae
is one of the oldest domesticated species, has been used for milk, meat, hair and skins from thousands of years in whole of the world.
ovipneumoniae (members of Old World Caprinae
, including domestic sheep and mouflon, a closely related Eurasian sheep species) is consistent with many observations that epizootic bighorn sheep pneumonia frequently follows contact with these hosts (5,19).
In 2008, after much dithering, I took the plunge and set up a hunt in Romania with my friends Mehmet and Riza of Turkish-based Caprinae
Argali (Ovis ammon), also known as the big sheep, Artiodactyla, Ruminantia, Boridae, Caprinae
, genus Ovis, belongs to wild animals under the second class state protection (Yu et al.
Molecular systematics of the subfamily Caprinae
(Artiodactyla, Bovidae) as determined from Cytochrome b sequences.