Ecological Archives E086-114-A1

David M. Forsyth, Richard P. Duncan, Ken G. Tustin, and Jean-Michel Gaillard. 2005. A substantial energetic cost to male reproduction in a sexually dimorphic ungulate. Ecology 86:2154–2163.

Appendix A. A figure showing the 18 areas where 4789 Himalayan tahr were shot during May–September, 1972–1976.

 
   FIG. A1. The 18 areas where 4789 Himalayan tahr were shot during May–September, 1972–1976. Tahr were successfully introduced at Mt. Cook during 1904–1909, and subsequently expanded their geographic range along the Southern Alps; ‘years since colonization’ is the number of years since the mid-point of that sampling area was colonized by female tahr (see Methods). 1, Rakaia (n = 82); 2, Clyde (n = 586); 3, Lawrence (n = 221); 4, Erewhon (n = 92); 5, Havelock (n = 304); 6, Mesopotamia (n = 377); 7, Macaulay (n = 715); 8, Godley National Park (n = 370); 9, Godley North (n = 352); 10, Godley South (n = 86); 11, Murchison (n = 700); 12,Tasman (n = 222); 13, Jollie (n = 66); 14, Hooker (n = 142); 15, Ferintosh-Pukaki (n = 222); 16, Dobson (n = 52); 17, Huxley (n = 27); 18, Whataroa (n = 36).



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