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SPECIES Antilocapra americana

Author:Ord, 1815.
Citation:In Guthrie, New Geogr., Hist. Coml. Grammar., Philadelphia, 2nd ed., 2: 292, 308.
Common Name:Pronghorn
Type Locality:USA, "On the plains and the highlands of the Missouri [River]".
Distribution:S Alberta and S Saskatchewan (Canada) south through W USA to Hidalgo, Baja California, W Sonora (Mexico). Introduced to Lanai Isl (Hawaiian Isls).
Status:CITES Appendix I (Mexican populations); U.S. ESA Endangered as A. a. peninsularis and A. a. sonoriensis; IUCN Critically Endangered as A. a. peninsularis, Endangered as A. a. sonoriensis, Lower Risk (cd) as A. a. mexicana, otherwise Lower Risk (lc).
Comments:Reviewed by O'Gara (1978, Mammalian Species, 90).
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SUBSPECIES americana

SUBSPECIES mexicana

SUBSPECIES oregona

SUBSPECIES peninsularis

SUBSPECIES sonoriensis

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