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Central Africa Bongo (C.A.R., Cameroon) - Species Detail

AKA: Gold: 81" Gold (Bow): 63 3/8"
Endangered: Silver: 75 4/8" Silver (Bow): 0"
Bronze: 70" Bronze (Bow): 63"
Central Africa Bongo (C.A.R., Cameroon)

Tragelaphus euryceros euryceros

DESCRIPTION The western bongo is the typical form as described in the species text above.


Ansell suggests the western bongo could be split into two subspecies on geographical grounds, because of the large gap between its western and eastern distribution ranges. The western populations (Sierra Leone to Togo) would then be named T. e. euryceros, while those from the east (Sanaga River to Sudan) would be T. e. albovirgatus. We note this without comment.

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