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Mills, M.S.L., Pinto, P.V. and Haber, S. 2012. Grey-striped Francolin Pternistis griseostriatus: specimens, distribution and morphometrics. ABC Bulletin, 9(2): 172-177


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Grey-striped Francolin Pternistis griseostriatus: specimens, distribution and morphometrics..

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Grey-striped Francolin Pternistis griseostriatus is a poorly studied Angolan endemic. Previously it was known from 25 specimens, and appeared to comprise two distinct populations. Here we summarise information on 32 specimens and our own recent observations, and map the distribution of known localities. These data show that the species has a continuous range along the Angolan escarpment, at c.08–14o S, and a wider distribution than previously thought. We also summarise morphometric data for specimens in the three largest museum holdings, and compare male and female mass and size, demonstrating that males are significantly larger than females. However, our data do not support the hypothesis that southern populations are larger than northern populations, as was previously postulated.

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