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Subject: Antilopinae
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Tetracerus quadricornis (Blainville) = Tetracerus quadricornis (Blainville, 1816)
Catoblepas gnu (Sundevall) = Connochaetes gnou (Zimmermann, 1780)
Tragelaphus gratus (Sclater) = Tragelaphus spekii gratus P.L.Sclater, 1880
Antilocapra americana (Owen) / Antilope furcifera (Smith) = Antilocapra americana Ord, 1815
Antilope ellipsiprymna (Gray) / Cervicapra ellipsiprymna (Sundevall) = Kobus ellipsiprymnus (Ogilby, 1833)
Hippotragus niger (Harris) = Hippotragus niger Harris, 1838
Addax nasomaculatus (Gray) = Addax nasomaculatus (Blainville, 1816)
Tragelaphus kudu (Gray) / Antilope strepsiceros (Pallas) = Tragelaphus strepsiceros (Pallas, 1766)
Tragelaphus scriptus (Sundevall) / Antilope maculata (Pallas) = Tragelaphus scriptus (Pallas, 1766)
1: Four-horned Antelope
2: Black Wildebeest
3: Sitatunga
4: Pronghorn
5: Waterbuck
6: Sable Antelope
7: Addax
8: Greater Kudu
9: Bushbuck
1: Vierhornantilope
2: Wildebeest / Gnu (Haeckel), Weißschwanzgnu (Modern)
3: Sumpfantilope (Haeckel), Wald-Sitatunga (Modern)
4: Gabelantilope (Haeckel), Gabelbock (Modern)
5: Wasserbock
6: Schwarzbock (Haeckel), Rappenantilope (Haeckel/Modern)
7: Mendesantilope
8: Kudu-Antilope (Haeckel), Großer Kudu (Modern)
9: Schirrantilope (Haeckel), Buschbock (Modern)
Native names:
1: Bherki (India)
2: Imbutuma (Africa)
3: Situtunga (Africa)
4: Mazama (North America)
5: Singsing (Africa)
9: Gulungu (Africa)
Date 1904
Source Kunstformen der Natur (1904), plate 100: Antilopina
Author Ernst Haeckel (1834–1919)

The Antilopinae are a subfamily of Bovidae. The gazelles, blackbucks, springboks, gerenuks, dibatags, and Central Asian gazelles are often referred to as "true antelopes", and are usually classified as the only representatives of the Antilopinae. True antelopes occur in much of Africa and Asia, with the highest concentration of species occurring in East Africa in Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania. The saigas and Tibetan antelopes are related to true antelopes (Antilopinae) and goats (Caprinae), but often placed in their own subfamily, Saiginae. These animals inhabit much of central and western Asia. The dwarf antelopes are sometimes placed in a separate subfamily, Neotraginae, and live entirely in sub-Saharan Africa.

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