In one of the examples pointed out by Rodrigue, he identifies the figure of a deer with a weapon superimposed (rock art site 34 in OK5 area) as a bovid
Most numerous are fragments of bovid
figurines, in particular the numerous conical fragments of horns (Figure 4: 4-7).
typically make up 60 percent to 80 percent of the mammal fossils found at East African fossil sites.
Variation at these 5 microsatellite loci in moose is relatively low, but within the range observed for these loci and other microsatellites in cervids and bovids
Mountain goats are a form of caprine bovid
(Artiodactyla: Bovidae: Caprinae) and typically are placed within the problematic, and likely polyphyletic, tribe Rupicaprini (Gentry 1992).
The Bison bison is a member of the Bovid
family; although not a true buffalo, it is related to the Indian water buffalo, African Cape buffalo, and the European bison.
Only for bovid
horns [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE VI OMITTED] do safety factors appear not to change with increasing body size (Kitchener, 1991).
Since the likelihood of finding the kouprey remains slight, the World Wildlife's Fund Hanoi office has not allocated its limited funds to prioritize this mystery bovid
More than 50 species are currently recognized within the bovid
tribes Alcelaphini and Hippotragini (Vrba 1979; 1987).
The Kaulial Kas, in particular, was a focal area for pinning down the level of first appearance of a big bovid
What 50 years of trophy records illustrate for hunted African elephant and bovid