The Upemba lechwe (Kobus anselli) is a species of antelope found only in the Upemba wetlands in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It was described in 2005, after analysis of 35 museum specimens collected in 1926 and 1947–8. It was previously overlooked due to its similarity to the lechwe K. leche, especially the black lechwe subspecies K. l. smithemani. Some authorities treat the Upemba lechwe as a subspecies, K. l. anselli, of the lechwe.
- The Upemba lechwe, Kobus anselli: an antelope new to science emphasizes the conservation importance of Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo (abstract)
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