Biodiversity Science ›› 1998, Vol. 06 ›› Issue (2): 87-91.doi: 10.17520/biods.1998013
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XU Hong-Fa1), LＵ Hou-Ｊi1), SＨＥＮＧ He-Ｌin1), GＵ Chang-Ｍing2)
South China Sika Deer ( Cervus nippon kopschi) may be the most endangered of all the Sika Deer
subspecies survived in the world now. South China Sika Deer are distributed in Jingxian , Jinde , Yixian and
Ningguo Counties of Anhui Province , Pengze County of Jiangxi Province and Lin’an County of Zhejiang
Province. Its distribution range is still shrinking and become isolated and scattered. In this paper , the current
distribution and the status of habitat of South China Sika Deer are described and analysed. Because of the lack
of biological and ecological research on it , no effective measurements are taken to protect its population. Urgent strategies are needed for the protection of South China Sika Deer subspecies.
XU Hong-Fa, LＵ Hou-Ｊi, SＨＥＮＧ He-Ｌin, GＵ Chang-Ｍing, . Status and current distribution of South China Sika Deer. (1998) Biodiv Sci, 06(2), 87-91.
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