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Muntjac (Muntiacus sp.)

Oliver Dansie

Muntjac (Muntiacus sp.)

by Oliver Dansie

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Published by British Deer Society in (Leeds) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muntjac deer.

  • Edition Notes

    bibl p20.

    Statementby Oliver Dansie ; illustration/design by Michael Clark.
    SeriesPublication / British Deer Society -- no.2, Publication(British Deer Society) -- no.2.
    ContributionsClark, Michael, 1943-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18160785M
    ISBN 100902754017

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Muntjac (Muntiacus sp.) by Oliver Dansie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mar 15,  · Synopsis Muntjac deer have only recently started to make their presence felt in Britain, despite their introduction from Asia over a century ago. This is the first book to be devoted entirely to their proper management in this country. It explores their origins and natural history, and /5(11).

Muntjac are of great interest in evolutionary studies because of their dramatic chromosome variations and the recent discovery of several new species. The Indian muntjac (M. muntjak) is the mammal with the lowest recorded chromosome number: The male has a diploid number of 7.

Muntjac, any of about seven species of small- to medium-sized Asiatic deer that make up the genus Muntiacus in the family Cervidae (order Artiodactyla).

Called barking deer because of their cry, muntjacs are solitary and nocturnal, and they usually live in areas of thick vegetation. They are native. Muntjac, a.k.a. the barking deer, is the native of India Muntjac book China.

However, hunting opportunities for this small and ancient species in their original range exist today only in Nepal. Muntjac was introduced to Great Britain, where they form a large and stable feral population, and are becoming an increasingly popular hunting quarry.

On Sclater's Muntjac and other Species of the Genus Cervulus [Reprint] Volume: () by Victor Brooke and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available Muntjac book at spa-hotel-provence.com Muntjacs are of great interest in evolutionary studies because of their dramatic chromosome variations and the recent discovery of several new species.

The Indian muntjac (M. muntjak) is the mammal with the lowest recorded chromosome number: The male has a diploid number of 7, the female only 6 chromosomes. Reeves's muntjac (M.

reevesi), in comparison, has a diploid number of 46 chromosomes. Reeves's muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi; Chinese: 山羌), also known as Chinese muntjac, is a muntjac species found widely in southeastern China (from Gansu to Yunnan) and Taiwan.

It has also been introduced in Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom (south England, the Midlands, east Wales), Ireland, and Japan. Reeves's muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi; Chinese: 山羌), also known as the Chinese muntjac, is a muntjac species found widely in southeastern China (from Gansu to Yunnan) and Taiwan.

It has also been introduced in Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom (south England, the Midlands, east Wales), Ireland, and spa-hotel-provence.com: Mammalia.

The muntjac deer was introduced into the UK from China in the 20th century. It has gained a stronghold in South East England, where it can cause damage to our woods through browsing. The small, Chinese muntjac deer was introduced to Woburn Park in Bedfordshire at the start of the 20th century and.

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The Muntjac is capable of navigating itself without a captain, as well as flying by. Muntjac deer, also called the mastreani deer, is a group of small deer found mainly in Southern Asia. The name Muntjac originates from the Sudanese “mencek”, which means small deer. Muntjac deer is also widely known as the barking deer, due its unique cry that resembles the bark of a dog.

Oct 11,  · This book is an interesting read. It covers the basics for the novice as well as some useful information for a more experienced stalker. There is good information on the animal and the author is clearly a lover of muntjac as a sporting quarry/5(6).

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Muntjac definition is - any of a genus (Muntiacus) of small deer of southeastern Asia with an alarm call similar to the bark of a dog and having in the male elongated, downward-pointing upper canine teeth which protrude from the lip and short, usually unbranched, pointed antlers: barking deer.

How to use muntjac in a sentence. The woodland location was beautiful; seeing the sunrise on the second day as we stalked across the lightly frosted ground, listening to the barks of muntjac was an incredible experience. Since zero'ing the rifle on the first morning we'd seen plenty of deer - roe and muntjac with some wonderful roe bucks (out of season of course) within 50 yards/10(10).

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Dec 26,  · The Muntjac (Muntiacinae, Cervidae) is one of the phylogenetically oldest species of deer and can be found in many (Asian) countries.

The cells of the Indian Muntjac, Muntiacus muntjak, possess only six diploid chromosomes (males have seven chromosomes).A subspecies of the Asian Muntjac living in China, M. reveesi, has 46 chromosomes (Wurster and Benirschke, ). In this book, Graham Downing has outlined their origin and spread, and explained in detail their natural history before sharing his experiences of muntjac stalking.

He covers the pursuit of muntjac on foot, the use of high seats and calls, and even the rare opportunity to stalk barking muntjac by sound alone.5/5(1). The first book that compares muntjac and water deer, and covers both in detail.

Provides novel methods as well as results. Brings together unpublished work, grey literature and published research. Like all deer muntjac works well with red wine, rosemary and redcurrant in jelly or jam form.

You can substitute wine for port and redcurrant for cranberry or even lingonberry jam which you can buy from Ikea - this will give a slighter more "tart" taste.Muntjac is a member of deer family.

There are 12 species of muntjac that can be found in Taiwan, China, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India and Japan. During the 19th century, muntjacs were brought to the zoos in England.

Several animals escaped and formed wild population. Ever since that time, muntjacs are widely distributed in England and Wales.The spread of muntjac across southern England has made deer stalking available to more sportsmen than ever before."In this book, Graham Downing outlines their origin and spread, explains in detail their natural history and gives his experiences of muntjac stalking.