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Biology of Cuterebra lepusculi Townsend (Diptera: Cuterebridae) in cottontail rabbits in Idaho.
Ground-nesting mammals, such as cottontail rabbits, also are affected by extremely wet conditions.
The serial transmission of virus myxomatosum in cottontail rabbits, and cross-immunity tests with the fibroma virus.
Berrada said it is believed tularemia was first introduced to Martha's Vineyard in the 1930s, when cottontail rabbits were imported from Arkansas for hunting clubs.
The geographical distributions of the cottontail rabbits (Sylvilagus) and jackrabbits (Lepus) in Mexico are poorly documented.
cunicuusi) are highly susceptible; cottontail rabbits (Sylvilagus floridanus) and hares (Lepus spp.
Populations of species, such as cottontail rabbits, woodchucks, ring-neck pheasants, bobwhite quail, and certain songbirds usually increase after a border is cut.
There's also signs the ridge is popular with coyotes as well, no doubt because of the cottontail rabbits I happened to glimpse while tramping through the brush.
Hill (1969, 1972) quantified the loss of captive nesting cottontail rabbits (S.
During the spring and summer of 2006, a total of 14 eastern cottontail rabbits (Sylvilagus floridanus) and 2 woodchucks (Marmota monax) were found dead or trapped and euthanized (2 rabbits only) at a zoological park.
Cottontail rabbits and rattlesnakes are the main inhabitants of the grassland, and the clusters of trees offer more than welcome shade to a variety of birds.
Leaving the grove and returning to the open country, other wildlife common to the coastal meadow can be seen, such as wild cottontail rabbits and sometimes foxes on their trail.
Skunks and raccoons were frequently seroreactive, whereas white-footed mice, cottontail rabbits, deer, rats, and dogs were not.