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Fat reserves of Himalayan thar in New Zealand by season, sex, area and age

, : Fat reserves of Himalayan thar in New Zealand by season, sex, area and age. N.Z. J. Sci, 13: 209-219

The kidney fat index of Riney (Title 3811, Vol. 26) was shown to be applicable to the study of the tahr, Hemitragus jemlahicus, an ungulate introduced into New Zealand. The yearly trend of fat reserves was the same for females of all ages except yearlings. Reserves were greatest in mid winter and least in spring. Males showed a similar trend but differed in that the peak of reserves was progressively earlier each year up to 4 years of age.


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