Equus quagga burchelli Gray, 1824

Burchell's zebra, Southern Burchell's zebra

 

 

Taxonomy & Nomenclature

Synonym/s: Equus burchelli burchelli Gray, 1824; Equus quagga antiquorum (author?, year?)

 

Taxonomically invalid?

 

Conservation Status

Last record: 1909 (Goodwin & Goodwin, 1973); 1910? 1918?

Rediscovered in 2000's?

IUCN RedList status: Least Concern

 

Distribution

South Africa

 

Biology & Ecology

 

 

Hypodigm

 

 

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References

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Lake Cave, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa. Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee.

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Goodwin, Harry A. and Goodwin, J. M. (1973). List of mammals which have become extinct or are possibly extinct since 1600. Int. Union Conserv. Nat. Occas. Pap. 8: 1-20.

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Kotzé, Antoinette et al. (2017). Hiding in plain sight: evidence of hybridization between Cape mountain zebra (Equus zebra zebra) and plains zebra (Equus quagga burchelli). African Journal of Wildlife Research 47(1): 59-64. [Abstract]

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Sadr, Karim and Plug, Ina. (2001). Faunal Remains in the Transition from Hunting to Herding in Southeastern Botswana. The South African Archaeological Bulletin 56(173-174): 76-82.

Shapiro, M. M. J. (1943). Fossil mammalian remains from rankies Kroonsted district, O.F.S. South African Journal of Science 39(1): 176-181.

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Thackeray, John Francis. (1988). Zebras from Wonderwerk cave, northern Cape Province, South Mrica: attempts to distinguish burchelli and E. quagga. South African Journal of Science 84(2): 99-101.

Thackeray, John Francis and Watson, V. (1994). A preliminary account of faunal remains from Plovers Lake. South African Journal of Science 90(4): 231-232.

Wells, L. H. (1964). The Vaal River 'Younger Gravels' faunal assemblage: A revised list. South African Journal of Science 60(3): 91-93.

 

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