Lepus europaeus


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Synonyms for Lepus europaeus

large hare introduced in North America

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The genetic distinctiveness of the three Iberian hare species: Lepus europaeus, L.
The hare population (Lepus europaeus Pallas) of Illum0 Island, Denmark: a report on the analysis of the data from 1957-1970.--Dan.
10.6 9.8 15.4 21.5 Other small rodents 1.9 1.1 3.1 2.6 Shrews (Soricidae) 0.5 1.0 1.5 1.2 European mole (Talpa europaea) 2.4 2.7 4.6 5.8 European brown hare (Lepus europaeus) 1.0 1.4 European badger (Meles meles) 0.5 2.0 Domestic cat (Felis catus) 1.0 2.8 Wild boar (Sus scrofa) 4.8 19.3 Wild boar (Sus scrofa) juv.
rattus, and Lepus europaeus occur as wild populations, bringing the total to 181 species.
Abstract.- This study analysed some quantitative and qualitative hair characteristics in 35 brown hare, Lepus europaeus, from three different geographic/climatic regions in Turkey to find phenotypic variations and characteristics of hairs of this species, which has commercial fur.
The region's terrain allows hunting raptors a clear view of tasty morsels such as the Eastern European hedgehog (Erinaceus concolor), brown hare (Lepus europaeus) and European ground squirrel (Spermophylus citellus).
--The populations of some ecosystems structure defining species are significantly reduced as those of wild rabbit Lepus europaeus;
European hare Lepus europaeus (Lagomorpha: Leporidae) an invasive species in Peru
Lepus europaeus) y otros vertebrados hallados muertos como aves, reptiles o anfibios.
Please send cheques (payable to Natur Cymru) quoting WM to: Natur Cymru, Maes y Ffynnon, Penrhos Garnedd, Bangor LL57 2DW The creature which leaped - and boxed - its way into many legends The common brown hare Lepus europaeus (European hare) of the Lepridae family (which includes rabbits) was first brought to Britain by the Romans for hunting.
The brown hare, or lepus europaeus, has declined in numbers since the 1960s and is now classified as a vulnerable species.
Coatham Marsh, near Redcar, is home to a number of brown hares, known as Lepus europaeus, which appear to "box" during courtship rituals in March.
Brown hares (Lepus europaeus) are shown to facilitate grazing by Brent Geese (Branta bernicla) in a temperate salt marsh in the Netherlands by retarding vegetation succession for [greater than]25 yr.
Animals from wild populations, (or those that were recently captured), did not deviate in their status as methane producer or nonproducer from their relatives that had been breeding in captivity for a long period (e.g., Erinaceus europaeus, Sorex sp., Talpa europea, Microtus arvalis, Ondatra zibethicus, Rattus norvegicus, Rattus rattus frugivorus, Mus musculus domesticus, Apodemus sp., Lepus europaeus, Oryctolagus cunniculus; see Table 1).