Cervus elaphus


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Related to Cervus elaphus: Cervus elaphus canadensis, American elk, elk, wapiti
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Noun1.Cervus elaphus - common deer of temperate Europe and AsiaCervus elaphus - common deer of temperate Europe and Asia
cervid, deer - distinguished from Bovidae by the male's having solid deciduous antlers
Cervus, genus Cervus - the type genus of the Cervidae
stag, hart - a male deer, especially an adult male red deer
hind - a female deer, especially an adult female red deer
brocket - male red deer in its second year
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Spatio-temporal movements among red deer males, Cervus elaphus, introduced to Patagonia.
Physico-Chemical, Fatty Acid Composition and Sensory Properties of Venison from Cervus elaphus andadensis (Elk Deer).
Cervus elaphus (hereafter, elk) is an ideal species to estimate intraspecific scaling relationships between maternal body mass and birth mass of their neonates for a few reasons.
Very closely related to the red deer of Europe and Asia, for many years biologists identified the entire group as one species: Cervus elaphus.
Colonization of non-traditional range in dispersing elk, Cervus elaphus nelsoni, populations.
2009: Behavioural responses of GPS-collared female red deer Cervus elaphus to driven hunts.
1983): Contribucion al conocimiento del desarrollo de la denticion y el desarrollo del esqueleto postcranial de Cervus elaphus.
La localizacion reciente de utiles en materia animal (en asta y tibia de Cervus elaphus, ademas de un cuerno de Capta hircus) procedentes de la mina permite no solo el conocimiento de una modalidad instrumental bien documentada en las expresivas minas de cobre de la cercana Asturias (labores prehistoricas del Aramo y El Milagro) sino tambien la datacion radiocarbonica que situa los trabajos extractivos de La Profunda ya en la segunda mitad del milenio III a.
If we compare our data to that from another deer such as the Cervus elaphus bactrianus that reaches the hatched blastocyte stage at 8 days (Peterson et al.
The Eastern Elk, or Cervus elaphus canadensis, which grazed the park's fields in the early 1900s, was hunted to extinction.
En algunos casos esto es tan marcado que las especies exoticas se transforman en emblemas regionales, como ocurre en Patagonia con el ciervo colorado Cervus elaphus, el castor Castor canadensis, los salmonidos (trucha arco iris Oncorhynchus mykiss, salmon encerrado Salmo salar sebago, trucha marron Salmo trutta y trucha de arroyo Salvelinus fontinalis) o la rosa mosqueta Rosa rubiginosa (Speziale et al.
Among indices of red deer Cervus elaphus abundance, spotlight counts are commonly used by managers (e.