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On the biometry of the Spanish ibex, Capra pyrenaica, from Sierra Nevada (Southern Spain)

AuthorsGranados, José E.; Pérez, Jesús M.; Soriguer, Ramón C. ; Fandos, Paulino; Ruiz-Martínez, Isidoro
Issue Date1997
PublisherCzech Academy of Sciences
CitationFolia Zoologica 46: 9- 14 (1997)
AbstractSeveral basic biometrical parameters of the Spanish ibex population from Sierra Nevada Natural Park were studied: body weight, horn length, basal horn perimeter, cross height and total body length. Reference values for the adult sector of the population (aging more than 4 years) are given. These data evince a marked sexual dimorphism with regards to almost all parameters considered. When comparing these values with those given for other populations, a decreasing trend in the size of meridional Spanish ibex populations is observed.
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