This small South American deer has, like other brocket deer, a rather stout body and slender limbs (4). Its coat is cinnamon to reddish-brown, with a buff-coloured throat, chest and inner legs, and the underside of the tail is white (5). The coat of young dwarf brocket deer is patterned with pale spots (5). Male brocket deer have small dagger-like antlers which, as they rarely measure more than 3.5 centimetres, barely protrude beyond the hairline (3).
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