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A note on the wild canids (Carnivora: Canidae) of the Horn of Africa, with the first evidence of a new – forgotten – species for Ethiopia Canis mengesi Noack, 1897
The first ever reported observation ofa member of the genus Canis well in the interior of the Danakil area (Ethi-opia) offers the opportunity to revise available evidence about the existence of a neglected species of small-sized 'jackal' in the Horn of Africa. A review of historical zoological literature led to assign this small-sized, reddish jackal to Canis mengesi Noack, 1897, originally described from inner Somaliland. Geological and geomorphological considerations sup-port thedoi:10.20363/bzb-2020.69.1.111 fatcat:czivvxndbzbpzk2wfrjvniybtu