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Related to Cervus: Cervus elaphus
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Noun1.Cervus - the type genus of the CervidaeCervus - the type genus of the Cervidae  
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Cervidae, family Cervidae - deer: reindeer; moose or elks; muntjacs; roe deer
Cervus elaphus, red deer, wapiti, American elk, elk - common deer of temperate Europe and Asia
Cervus unicolor, sambar, sambur - a deer of southern Asia with antlers that have three tines
American elk, Cervus elaphus canadensis, wapiti, elk - large North American deer with large much-branched antlers in the male
Cervus nipon, Cervus sika, Japanese deer, sika - small deer of Japan with slightly forked antlers
References in classic literature ?
Of the indigenous mammalia, the only one now left of any size, which is common, is the Cervus campestris.
Key words: Diurnal time budgets; white-lipped deer; Cervus albirostris; behavior rhythm.
0% convertible unsecured subordinated debentures by Cervus Equipment Corp (TSE:CVL) fully used their option to buy additional securities, the Canadian equipment dealership manager said on Tuesday.
According to Di Stefano and Petronio (2003) the Late Miocene Cervocerus novorossiae is the most primitive member of the Cervinae and also identified Early/Middle Pliocene Cervus magnus from Eurasia, but such type of studies were not conducted yet for subcontinent India including Pakistan, from where the fossils described here were collected.
The stag beetle, Lucanus cervus, can reach a length of several centimetres.
1983): Contribucion al conocimiento del desarrollo de la denticion y el desarrollo del esqueleto postcranial de Cervus elaphus.
This fawn belongs to the rare species of Cervus Eldi, the zoological name given to the Manipuri deer.
Adicionalmente, y como punto de comparacion, se reunieron muestras de Cervus elaphus (ciervo rojo europeo) de una poblacion escocesa (Gran Bretana) proveniente, de multiples reintroducciones de estos ciervos a partir de diversas areas de la Europa continental.
Separately, Vasogen has also entered into an arrangement agreement with Cervus LP (Alberta, Canada), that will reorganize Vasogen prior to completion of the transaction with IPC and which will provide gross proceeds to Vasogen of approximately $7.
Sonmez said some Japanese passing themselves off as researchers have come to the Amanos area of Hatay Province to catch or otherwise acquire the rare and distinct beetle, which goes by the scientific name Lucanus cervus akbesianus.
The Eastern Elk, or Cervus elaphus canadensis, which grazed the park's fields in the early 1900s, was hunted to extinction.