EUGENE M. MCCARTHY, PHD GENETICS
A diligent scholar is like a bee who takes honey from many different flowers and stores it in his hive.
—John Amos Comenius
The following is a transcript of an article that appeared on page 7, column 4, of the April 1, 1918, issue of The Ogden Standard, a newspaper published in Ogden City, Utah (source):
Ovis aries: 2n=54
O. hemionus: 2n=70
The following is a transcript of an article that appeared on page 4, column 2, of the November 11, 1920, issue of the Tonopah Daily Bonanza, a newspaper in >):
The following is an excerpt from a article that appeared on page 2 of the July 23, 1910, issue of the Goodwin's Weekly, a newspaper published in Salt Lake City, Utah (source):
There are also at least tree brief mentions of hybrids between sheep and white-tailed deer (O. virginianus), a type of deer belonging to the same genus as O. hemionus; they can be accessed here, here and here. Another notice about a hybrid between a sheep and what may be presumed, from the locale of the publication, to have been a white-tailed deer can be read here.
In addition a sheep × red deer (Cervus elaphus) hybrid is described in the following excerpt from a paper read at the New York Farmers' Club by sheep expert L. A. Morell. A transcript of this paper appeared on page 4 of the November 19, 1873, issue of the Green-Mountain Freeman, a newspaper published in Montpelier, Vermont (source).
By the same author: Handbook of Avian Hybrids of the World, Oxford University Press (2006).