Damaliscus dorcas phillipsi
Distribution: Private ranches in South Africa. They have also been introduced in Namibia.
Description: The general color is reddish brown without the purplish gloss. The white facial blaze usually is divided by a narrow brown band just above the eyes. The horns (both sexes) are similar to a bontebok's, but the rings are closer together, not as deep, and are usually straw-colored, especially on the top of the rings.
CITES: Appendix II. Only an export permit is required. These species do not require an import permit (only in some countries that have adopted more strict rules).


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