Adnyane et al., "Lectin Histochemical Study of Testicular Spermatogenic Cells in Muntjak (Muntiacus
muntjak muntjak)," Jurnal Kedokteran Hewan Indonesian Journal of Veterinary Sciences, vol.
Scent marking in captive muntjacs, Muntiacus
Amongst mammals, wild Asiatic elephants Elephas maximus, dusky langurs Trachypithecus obscurus, Malayan porcupines Hystrix brachyura, Chinese grey goral Naemorhedus caudatus evansi, Indian wild boar Sus scrofa cristatus, Indian muntjac Muntiacus
vaginalis and the rare banteng Bos javanicus were present (Lovari & Apollonio 1993, Pattanavibool & Dearden 2002).
The disappearance of muntjac (Muntiacus
reevesi) and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) pellet groups in a pine forest of lowland England.--Eur.
Cervidae###Barking deer (Muntiacus
The Alces alces and Okapia johnstoni have been classified by Janis (1988) as high-level browsers (HB) while Choeropsis liberiensis and Hylochoerus minertzhageni as regular browsers (BB) and Muntiacus
reevesi as mixed feeders in closed habitats (MFC).
Como especies externas ("outgroups") se utilizaron las secuencias de otros dos cervidos, Muntiacus
reevesi y Elaphodus cephalophus pertenecientes a la subfamilia de los Muntiacinae (= Cervulinae).
Only smaller and more adaptable animals, including the wild boar (Sus scrofa), the sambar deer (Cervus unicolor), muntjak deer (Muntiacus
muntjak), chevrotains or mouse-deer (Tragulus), and several primates, are sure to survive without special measures to protect their habitats.
Common ungulate prey species of tigers in Pench are chital (Axis axis), sambar (Cervus unicolor), nilgat (Boselephas tragocamelus), gaur (Bos gaurus), wild pig (Sus scrofa), muntjac (Muntiacus
muntjac), and four-horned antelope (Tetracerus quadricornis).
Fecal pellets of Reeves' muntjac, Muntiacus
reevesi: defecation rate, decomposition period, size and weight.
The darts for hunting deer (Cervus unicolor), muntjak (Muntiacus
muntjac) and wild boar (Sus barbatus) are treated with poison to five centimeters down from the point upon which is affixed a sharp head of bamboo, metal or a small animal's pointed tooth.
Many of the largest mammals found in the monsoon forests of India, Myanmar and Indochina also occur in the rainforest but at much lower densities; these include Asian elephants (Elephas maximus), muntjaks (Muntiacus
muntjak), sambars (Cervus unicolor), wild buffaloes (Bos) and wild boars (Sus).