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buck. These rests were taken with the buck still mounted on the doe. After copulation the buck and doe remained together. The entire sequence of events took thirty-two minutes and couid be divided into five major stages: 1. Chase (10 minutes); 2. Aggressive movements among males (5 minutes); 3. Courtship plus aggressive movements among males (5 minutes); 4. Courtship immedi-ately preceding copulation (5 to 7 minutes); and, 5. Copulation (5 minutes). Fallow deer were released in Nebraska, have reproduced, are extending their range, and seem to have increased in numbers.-RoBERT L. PACKARD, State Biological Survey

Year: 1966
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