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Zambezi Sitatunga - Species Detail
Tragelaphus spekei selousi
Sometimes called Selous sitatunga, after the hunter and explorer Frederick Courteney Selous, or southern sitatunga.
DESCRIPTION The coat is a uniformly drab brownish gray, without stripes and without spots on the hindquarters. Females are a darker brown.
DISTRIBUTION Swamps and marshes in southeastern Angola, the Caprivi Strip in Namibia, northern Botswana, southeastern Congo (K), Zambia northward to the south end of Lake Tanganyika and adjacent parts of Tanzania.
TAXONOMIC NOTES Includes inornatus (northeastern Zambia) and selousi (Zambezi Valley), with selousi Rothschild, 1898 having priority.
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