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Antilocapra americana (pronghorn antelope)

Thomas and Rosentreter (1989) have reported that the vagrant
(non-attached) forms of several lichens that are common on
windswept gravelly ridges in southeastern Idaho valleys may be an
extremely important winter forage for pronghorns. These ridges are
often the only snow-free areas for much of the winter and early
spring. In addition to supplying energy the lichens may be a
source of free water when they are exposed to direct sunlight,
during a time of very low temperatures. One rumen sample of an
antelope in winter in this area contained 51% lichen (Bernt 1976).
Domestic sheep graze some of the same ranges and may be competing
with the antelope for the same lichens.

Wildlife biologists with the Bureau of Land Management and the
USDA Forest Service in Nevada and New Mexico have used the presence
of "ground lichen" (Xanthoparmelia chlorochroa) as an indicator of
excellent antelope range for a number of years. They have
considered it to be "fair" forage in spring, and "poor" forage in
summer (Suminski, unpublished letter).

Table 5. Lichens used by pronghorn antelope.

Aspicilia fruticulosa
A. reptans
Rhizoplaca haydenii
Xanthoparmelia chlorochroa
Xanthoparmelia spp. (vagrant forms)

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