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9. Mules between Male Quagga and Mare, Morton, Phil. Trans.
1821.

The Hybrid first foal of Brood Mare and Quagga, H. Smith,

Equida, 342. t. 26.
The Filly bearing marks of the Quagga, H. Smith, Equida, 342.

t. 25.
The Colt, the third issue of Brood Mare and the second by the

Black Arab, H. Smith, Equidte, 324. t. 27.
The Brood Mare and the third foal with marks of the Quagga,

H. Smith, Equida, 324. t, 14.

1 0. The offspring of a Mule (the produce of a male Ass and a
Zebra) with a bay mare Pony, Knowsley Menag. t. 59. f. 2.

Iron-grey; with a short narrow cross-band on withers, very
faint indications of stripes on the sides, and more distinct dark
stripes on outsides of the hocks and knees ; tail bushy from the
base, like a horse ; head heavy ; mane brown and grey.

This animal is used to draw a small cart. It stands 8 hands
high.



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ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.



Page 26, line 34, after DRAWINGS, add Drawing of large
horned Buffalo by Daniel at Luckow, Banks, Icon. ined. B.M.
Mam. t. .

Page 40, after line 4, add The living YAK, POEPHAGUS, shows
a much larger muffle than the dry skin leads one to expect ; it
is square, and occupies the space between the nostrils, but
is smaller than that of the Bisons.

Page 43, line 16, after OVIBOS MOSCHATUS, add

a. Skeleton. N. America. Presented by John Rae, Esq.

Page 49, line 14,/or AIGOCERUS read HIPPOTRAGUS.
Page 50, line 12, for BOSELAPHUS read ALCELAPHUS.

Page 85, line 2, after CEPHALOPHUS NIGER, add as Syn. Anti-
lope Pluto, Temm. MSS. Mus. Leyd. 1852.

Page 102, line 2, for yEGOCERUS read HIPPOTRAGUS, as the
former name is applied to the wild goats ; and change generic
name of the two species to Hippotragus leucophseus, Hippo-
tragus niger.

Page 114, line 29, after MAZAMA AMERICANA, add
a. Skin without horns. N. America. Presented by John Rae,
Esq.

a. Stuffed, imperfect. N. America. From the Zoological So-
ciety Museum.

Page 192, line IT. for N.W. coast of America read Siberia, as
Sir John Richardson states they were tame deer, and they
are notjjpmesticated in America.

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EXPLANATION OF PLATES.



TAB. I. fig. 1. Bos Taurus, p. 17, skull <?.

fig. 2. Bubalus brachycerus, p. 24, skull $ .

TAB. II. figs. 1 & 2. Bubalus Caffer, p. 28, adult,
fig. 3. Horns of young : Pennant's specimen.

TAB. III. figs. 1 & 2. Anoa depressicornis, p. 29.
fig. 3. Bibos frontalis, p. 31.

TAB. IV. figs. 1 & 2. Bison Americanus, p. 38.
figs. 3 & 4. Poephagus grunniens, p. 40.

TAB. V. figs. 1 & 2. Ovibos moschatus, p. 43.

figs. 3 & 4. Budorcas taxicola, p. 45, from Hodgson.

TAB. V*. figs. 1 & 2. Ovibos moschatus, p. 43, <J jun.
figs. 3 & 4. Ovibos moschatus, $ .

TAB. VI. figs. 1 & 2. Saiga Tartarica, p. 51.
figs. 3 & 4. Pantholops Hodgsonii, p. 53.
fig. 5. Gazella Dorcas, p. 55.

TAB. VII. fig. 1. Tragops Bennettii, p. 62.

fig. 2. Procapra gutturosa (picticauda), p. 54.
fig. 3. jEpyceros Melampus, p. 65.

TAB. VIII. figs. 1-3. Antilope Cervicapra (bezoartica), p. C6.
figs. 4 & 5. Calotragus campestris (Tragulus), p. 71.



284 EXPLANATION OF PLATES.

TAB. IX. fig. 1. Tetracerus quadricornis, p. 68.
fig. 2. Oreotragus saltatrix, p. 74.
fig. 3. Neotragus Saltiana, p. 76.

TAB. X. fig. 1. Cephalophus Natalensis, p. 85.
fig. 2. Nanotragus perpusillus, p. 89.
fig. 3. Eleotragus arundinaceus, p. 91.

TAB. XI. figs. 1 & 2. Adenota Kob, p. 96.

figs. 3 & 4. Kobus ellipsiprymnus, p. 99.

TAB. XII. figs. 1 & 2. JSgocerus leucophaeus, p. 102.
figs. 3 & 4. Oryx Leucoryx, p. 107.
fig. 5. Addax nasomaculatus, p. 108.

TAB. XIII. fig. 1. Capricornis Bubalina, p. 111.
fig. 2. Nemorhedus Goral, p. 112.

TAB. XIV. fig. 1. Mazama Americana, p. 114.
figs. 2-4. Rupicapra Tragus, p. 115.

TAB. XV. figs. 1-3. Antilocapra Americana (Dicranocerus

furcifer), p. 117.
figs. 4 & 5. Connochetes Gnu, p. 119.

TAB. XVI. figs. 1-3. Alcelaphus Caama, p. 124,
figs. 4 & 5. Damalis Senegalensis, p. 126.

TAB. XVII. figs. 1 & 2. Strepsiceros Kudu, p. 133.
figs. 3 & 4. Oreas Canna, p. 135.

TAB. XVIII. figs. 1 & 2. Tragelaphus scripta, p. 138.
figs. 3 & 4. Hemitragus Jemlaicus, p. 144.

TAB. XIX. figs. 1 & 2. Kemas Warryato, p. 146.
figs. 3-5. Capra (Ibex) Nubiana, p. 151.

TAB. XX. figs. 1-3. Hircus JEgagrus (Capra Hircus), p. 153.
figs. 4-6. jEgoceros Pyrenaica, female, p. 147.

TAB. XXI. figs. 1-3. Caprovis (Musimon) Vignei, p. 172.
fig. 4. Caprovis Argali (Ovis), p. 174.

TAB. XXII. (XXIII.) figs. 1 & 2. Pseudois Nahoor, p. 177.
fig. 3. Ammotragus Tragelaphus, p. 179.



EXPLANATION OF PLATES. 285

TAB. XXIII. figs. 1 & 2. Camelopardalis Giraffa, p. 182.
figs. 3 & 4. Camelus Bactrianus, p. 253.

TAB. XXIV. fig. 1. Lama Glaraa (Pacos), p. 260.
fig. 2. Lama Vicugna, p. 256.
fig. 3. Meminna indica, p. 246.

TAB. XXV. fig. 1. Moschus chrysogaster, p. 246,
fig. 2. Hyemoschus aquaticus, p. 248.
fig. 3. Tragulus Stanleyanus, p. 249.

TAB. XXVI. fig. 1. Alces Malchis, p. 187.
figs. 2 & 3. Tarandus rangifer, p. 191.

TAB. XXVII. fig. 1. Alces Malchis, p. 187.
fig. 2. Tarandus rangifer, p. 191.
fig. 3. Cervus Wallichii (Casperianus), p. 199.

TAB. XXVIII. fig. 1. Cervus Wallichii (Casperianus), p. 199.
figs. 2 & 3. Dama vulgaris, p. 201.

TAB. XXIX. figs. 1 & 2. Panolia Eldii (Eadii), p. 202.
figs, 3 & 4. Rucervus Duvaucellii, p. 203.

TAB. XXX. fig. 1. Dama vulgaris, p. 201.
fig. 2. Panolia Eldii, p. 202.
fig. 3. Rucervus Duvaucellii, p. 203.
fig. 4. Rusa Aristotelis (Equina), p. 205.

TAB. XXXI. figs. 1 & 2. Rusa Aristotelis, p. 205.
figs. 3 & 4. Axis maculata, p. 213.

TAB. XXXII. fig. 1. Hyelaphus porcinus, p. 215.
fig. 2. Cervulus moschatus, p. 219.

TAB. XXXIII. fig. 1. Capreolus Capraea, p. 222.
figs. 2 & 3. Cariacus Virginianus, p. 228.

TAB. XXXIV. fig. 1. Axis maculatus, p. 212.
fig. 2. Hyelaphus porcinus, p. 215.
fig. 4. Cariacus Virginianus, p. 228.
fig. 5. Capreolus Caprsea, p. 221.

TAB. XXXV. figs. 1-3. Blastocerus campestris, p. 224.
fig. 4. Coassus rufus, p. 238.



286 EXPLANATION OF PLATES.

TAB. XXXVI. fig. 1. Pudu humilis (Chilensis), p. 240.
figs. 2 & 3. Pelea Capreola, p. 90.

fig. 4. Pelea ? Lower jaw of unknown species from

the Cape of Good Hope.

TAB. XXXVII. fig. 1. Equus Caballus, p. 263.
fig. 2. Asinus Hemionus, p. 269.




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