The book of antelopes . and Kumaon from the Hume Collection. H 2 52 Our illustration (Plate L.), which represents a male of this animal in asnowstorm, has been put upon the stone by Mr. Smit from a coloureddrawing prepared by Mr. Wolf under the directions of the late Sir VictorBrooke. August, 1897. 53 Genus V. ANTIDORCAS. Type.Antidorcas, Sund. Pecora, K. Vet.-Ak. Handl. 1845, p. 271 (1847). A. euchore. General characters as in Gazella, but, as in Saiga tatarica alone of Rumi-nants, with only two lower premolars, and the upper anterior premolar reducedto half the size of the second. Back with

The book of antelopes . and Kumaon from the Hume Collection. H 2 52 Our illustration (Plate L.), which represents a male of this animal in asnowstorm, has been put upon the stone by Mr. Smit from a coloureddrawing prepared by Mr. Wolf under the directions of the late Sir VictorBrooke. August, 1897. 53 Genus V. ANTIDORCAS. Type.Antidorcas, Sund. Pecora, K. Vet.-Ak. Handl. 1845, p. 271 (1847). A. euchore. General characters as in Gazella, but, as in Saiga tatarica alone of Rumi-nants, with only two lower premolars, and the upper anterior premolar reducedto half the size of the second. Back with Stock Photo
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The book of antelopes . and Kumaon from the Hume Collection. H 2 52 Our illustration (Plate L.), which represents a male of this animal in asnowstorm, has been put upon the stone by Mr. Smit from a coloureddrawing prepared by Mr. Wolf under the directions of the late Sir VictorBrooke. August, 1897. 53 Genus V. ANTIDORCAS. Type.Antidorcas, Sund. Pecora, K. Vet.-Ak. Handl. 1845, p. 271 (1847). A. euchore. General characters as in Gazella, but, as in Saiga tatarica alone of Rumi-nants, with only two lower premolars, and the upper anterior premolar reducedto half the size of the second. Back with a peculiar elongate evertiblefold in the skin. Skull with small but particularly deep anteorbital fossa?, no anteorbitalvacuities, and very broad and open posterior nares. Horns medium, lyrate, twisted inwards, with a double serpentine curvature, convex inwards and in front below, outwards and behind above. The pointsturned inwards or backwards. Sange of Genus. Africa south of the Zambesi. THE BOOK OF ANTELOPES.PL.LT, . WoUdel I.Smitlith The Springtyuc kANT I DORCAS EUCHORE Mhshed lyP.ff.Por/er Hanhari imp. 55 8i. THE SPRINGBUCK. ANTIDORCAS EUCHOEE (Zimm.).[PLATE LI.] La Gazelle a bourse sur le dos, Allamand, ia Schneiders ed. of Buffons Hist. Nat., Suppl. iv. p. 142, pi. lx. (1778) ; id. Buff. H. N., Suppl. vi. p. 180 (Paris, 1782).Antilope marsupialis, Zimm. Geogr. Gesch. ii. p. 427 (1780) ; Bechst. Syst. Uebers. vierf. Thiere, ii. p. 645 (1800).Cemas marsupialis, Oken, Lehrb. Nat. iii. pt. 2, p. 738 (1816).Springbok, Sparrm. K. Vet.-Ak. Handl. 1780, p. 275; id. Reise, p. 396, pi. viii. (1784) ; id. Engl, transl. ii. p. 83 (1786) ; Daniell, Afr. Scenery, no. 18 (1812).Antilope euchore, Forst., Zimm. Geogr. Gesch. iii. p. 269 (1783) ; Schr. Saug. pi. cclxxii. (1787) ; Shaw, Gen. Zool. ii. pt. 2, p. 344 (1801) ; G. Cav. Diet. Sci. Nat. ii. p. 232 (1804) ; Licht. Mag. nat. Freund. vi. p. 169 (1814); G. Fisch. Zoogn. iii. p. 423 (1814) ; Afz. N. Act. Ups. vii. p. 220 (1815); Desm.