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L.E. Harding , O.F. Abu-Eid , N. Hamidan & A. al Sha'lan (2007) Reintroduction of the Arabian oryx Oryx leucoryx in Jordan: war and redemption. Oryx, 41, 478487.

Y. van Heezik , K. Ismail & P.J. Seddon (2003) Shifting spatial distributions of Arabian oryx in relation to sporadic water provision and artificial shade. Oryx, 37, 295304.

S. Ostrowski , E. Bedin , D.M. Lenain & A.H. Abuzinada (1998) Ten years of Arabian oryx conservation breeding in Saudi Arabia—achievements and regional perspectives. Oryx, 32, 209222.

P.J. Seddon & K. Ismail (2002) Influence of ambient temperature on diurnal activity of Arabian oryx: implications for reintroduction site selection. Oryx, 36, 5055.

P.J. Seddon , K. Ismail , M. Shobrak , S. Ostrowski & C. Magin (2003) A comparison of derived population estimate, mark–resighting and distance sampling methods to determine the population size of a desert ungulate, the Arabian oryx. Oryx, 37, 286294.

J.A. Spalton , M.W. Lawrence & S.A. Brend (1999) Arabian oryx reintroduction in Oman: successes and setbacks. Oryx, 33, 168175.

F.J. Turkowski (1972) Arabian oryx at Phoenix. Oryx, 11, 332.

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Oryx
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  • EISSN: 1365-3008
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