Odocoileus


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Related to Odocoileus: Odocoileus hemionus, genus Odocoileus

Odocoileus

a genus of North American deer. Includes O. virginianus (white-tailed deer; called also Dama virginianus), O. hemionus (mule deer), O. hemionus columbiana (black-tailed deer), O. virginianus leucurus (Columbian white-tailed deer).
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Summary of descriptive statistics for gross Boone and Crockett score for 212 adult male specimens of Odocoileus virginianus from three ecogeographic regions of Texas.
Some ecologic factors influencing Eimeria mccordocki Honess, 1941 in white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus (Zimmermann).
The results obtained were as follows: A sequence of Mazama americana showed a striking relationship with several sequences of Odocoileus in contrast to that expected, since this M.
For a good ol' Odocoileus virginianus virginianus (a garden-variety whitetail), the typical world record is 213 5/8, and it takes a score of 160 to make the book.
Partial consumption of shield fern, Dryopteris dilatata, rhizomes by black-tailed deer, Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis, and its potential implications.
Key words: Alces alces, black-tailed deer, Capreolus capreolus, dispersal, migration, moose, mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, Odocoileus virginianus, roe deer, white-tailed deer
mule deer Odocoileus hemionus, Marchinton and Hirth, 1984; moose Aloes americanus, Child, 1998; elk Cervus canadensis, Geist, 2002).
In Odocoileus bucks tend to have larger home ranges and higher energetic requirements than does but also greater phenotypic plasticity in body size (Beier and McCullough, 1990; Comer et al.
Odocoileus hemionus crooki (Mearns, 1897), mule deer.
Frequency of occurrence (%) of prey species in diet of Dakota cougars, 2003-2007 Prey Species N Frequency of Occurrence (%) Odocoileus spp.
Keywords: Alces, deeryards, ecology, gastropods, meningeal worm, moose, Odocoileus, Parelaphostrongylus tenuis, transmission, white-tailed deer
The skull exhibits typical features of Mazama americana including antlers as simple spikes, less than half the length of the head, a more arched facial profile than in Odocoileus virginiana from El Salvador, and nearly straight upper borders of the orbits (Hall, 1981).