Biology and management of the Cervidae: a conference held at the Conservation and Research Center, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Front Royal, Virginia, August 1-5, 1982

Smithsonian Institution Press, 1987 - 577 ˹
Review papers and theoretical issues. Phylogenetic relationships of the Cervidae, and the case for a superfamily "Cervoidea". Relationships of living deer. The evolutionary history of the Cervidae with special reference to the Soyth American Radiation. Allometry and habitat-related adaptations in the postcranial skeleton of Cervidae. Diversity and evolution of antler form in quaternary deer. Recent advances in studies of antler development and neuroendocrine regulation of the antle cycle. Sexual selection in the Cervide. Reproduction of female cervids. Reproductive tactics of cervidae and their relationships to habitat. On the evolution of opitical signals in deer: a preliminary analysis. Case studies of exotic deer. Deer, plant phenology, and succession in the lowland forests of Nepal. Habitat use by the sambar (Cervus unicolor) in Thailand: a case study for Khao-yai National Park. Biology of the bawean deer and prospects for its management. Reproductive seasonality of the white-tailed deer on the Colombian Llanos. Activity patterns and habitat utilization of Pudus (Pudu puda) in South-Central Chile.Reproductive seasonality and grouping patterns of the North Andean deer or Taruca (Hippocamelus antisensis) in Southern Peru. Ecology and status of the Pampas Deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) in the Argentinian. The Pampas deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) in Central Brazil. Management in the wild and in captivity. The husbandry of tropical and temperate Cervids in the west Berlin Zoo. The management of Cervus in America.


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Phylogenetic Relationships of the Cervidae
Relationships of Living Deer
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Christen Wemmer is a fellow at the California Academy of Sciences and an emeritus scientist with the Smithsonian's National Zoological Park, where he previously served as director of the Conservation and Research Center. Catherine A. Christen, an environmental historian, is a research associate at the Smithsonian Institution Archives.