Lepus


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Lepus

a group of lagomorphs, members of the Lepus spp. of the family Leporidae. Differing from the rabbits who are in the same family, by the length of their ears, and because they do not burrow and they do not live in social groups as rabbits do. Includes L. americanus (snowshoe hare), L. arcticus (arctic hare), L. californicus (black-tailed jackrabbit), L. europaeus (European brown hare), L. timidus (mountain hare). Called also jack rabbit, hare.
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TA1/4rkiye Lepus Linnaeus, 1758 Cinsinin Taksonomik Durumu (Mammalia: Lagomorpha).
It's necessary to have more biological information of Lepus flavigularis, with the purpose of establishing efficient management and conservation programs in the future.
Mots cles: lievre arctique, Lepus arcticus, ile d'Ellesmere, malnutrition, boeuf musque, Ovibos moschatus, population, reproduction, neige, temps, rigueur de l'hiver
Mammalia, Lagomorpha, Leporidae, Lepus europaeus, Pallas, 1778: Distribution extension, first confirmed record for Paraguay.
Low under Lepus and Canis Major is Columba the Dove.
Skeletal and muscular differences in the hind limbs of Lepus, Sylvilagus and Ochotona.
The only Messier globulars that are not in the sky now are the relatively lackluster M79 in Lepus and M68 in Hydra.
In central Mexico, only a few records of Lepus californicus have been reported from the states of Queretaro and Hidalgo.
Los restos de lagomorfos son fragmentarios y corresponden a individuos juveniles de Lepus u Oryctolagus.
The genera capable of harboring the greatest number of risk zoonoses were Canis (dogs) and Felis (cats), 14 risk zoonoses each; Rattus (rats), 13; Equus (horses), 11; Macaca (macaques), 10; Lepus (rabbits and hares), 10; and Ovis (sheep) and Vulpes (foxes), 9 each (Table 3).
08) Type of Tamiasciurus Glaucomys Year forest douglasii sabrinus Incidental 2003 White fir Lepus americanus, Sorex, Mustela frenata, Mephitis mephitis Red fir 0.