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  • Altay Argali (Ovis ammon ammon)
  • Hangay Argali (Ovis ammon ssp [hangaii])
  • Gobi Argali (Ovis amnion darwini)


  • Altay Ibex (Capra sibirica sibirica)
  • Gobi Ibex (Capra sibirica hagenbecki)
Алтайский горный козел (Capra sibirica sibirica), включая экотипы Российского Алтая, Казахского Алтая, Саян, а также интродуцированного азиатского горного козла (Нью-Мексико)

Altai Ibex (Capra sibirica sibirica) including Russian Altai, Irtysh Altai and Sayan Ecotypes, and introduced Asian Ibex (New Mexico)

Capra sibirica sibirica Russian Алтайский горный козел; English Altai Ibex aka Siberian Ibex; German Altai Steinbock; French Bouquetin del Altai; Spanish Íbice del Altai; Chinese 阿尔泰北山羊 ā;ē ěr tài běi shān yang; 西伯利亚北山羊, xī bó lì yà běi shān yáng IUCN Red List Least Concern, ...
Гобийский горный козел (Capra sibirica hagenbecki)

Gobi Ibex (Capra sibirica hagenbecki)

Capra sibirica hagenbecki Russian Гобийский горный козел; English Gobi Ibex; German Gobi Steinbock; French Bouquetin de Gobi; Spanish Íbice del Gobi; Chinese 戈壁北山羊,   gē bì běi shān yang; Mongolian yangir yamaa IUCN Red List Least Concern Reading & Shank 2008; China: Class 1 Wildlife Protection Law; ...
Взрослый самец алтайского архара. Фото: © Крис Вивер

Altai Argali (Ovis ammon ammon)

The stronghold of these sheep is the High Altai Mountains of western Mongolia in Uvs, Bayan-Ulgii and Khovd aimags. The southwestern populations are connected to small argali populations of the Chinese Altai from Qinghe towards the Ukok Plateau where the borders of Russia, ...
Взрослый самец алтайского архара. Фото: © Крис Вивер

Khangai Argali (Ovis ammon darwini)

The core range of Khangai argali phenotype includes the following aimags: northern Uvurkhangai, Arkhangai, southern Zavkhan, northern Bayankhongor andtouches the northeastern corner of Gobi-Altai aimag in Delger sum at the border to Zavskhan aimag.  There are intergrading areas with the Gobi ecotype in ...
Взрослый самец алтайского архара. Фото: © Крис Вивер

Gobi Argali (Ovis ammon darwini) including Gobi and Eastern Mongolian Ecotypes

Mongolian scientists divide Gobi argali into two ecotypes (Gobi ecotype and eastern Mongolian ecotype) which occupy two distinct regions. The Gobi ecotype occurs in the southern parts of Uvs, western Zavkhan, northeastern and southern Gobi-Altai, central and southern Bayankhongor, southern Uvurkhangai, Umnu-Gobi,Dundgobi, Dornogobi ...