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This article was originally written about a subspecies called Kobus leche venterae, which as far as I can tell, is an invention of the original author of this page. It is not listed on EOL, COL, or IUCN, and nor does this scientific name appear even once in searches of Google Scholar or Google Books. As this scientific name appears to be invented, I must lend my suspicion of the remaining contents of the article.
The binomial name Kobus venteraedoes appear in a number of books, so I have changed the taxobox to use it. But I cannot work out where the lengthy species description given in this article comes from. —Pengo 23:26, 12 December 2015 (UTC)