Hello gentlemen, my question is simple... How many clearly defined species and subspecies of buffalo are huntable ? I know there are probably hundreds of almost indistinguishable and or unrecognized subspecies, applying mostly to Asian riverine buffalo but I'd like to establish a general list for someone that wants to hunt the worlds great bovine. My count so far looks as follows. True Buffalo: 1. Cape Buffalo (southern) 2. Forest Buffalo (dwarf) 3. Nile Buffalo 4. Asian Buffalo (riverine) 5. Asian Buffalo (swamp) Extra credit: 1. N. American Bison (plains) 2. N. American Bison (wood) 3. European Bison 4. Banteng I look forward to reading your replies and taking all opinions into consideration. Thank you in advance.