Lepus californicus


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Noun1.Lepus californicus - the common jackrabbit of grasslands and open areas of western United StatesLepus californicus - the common jackrabbit of grasslands and open areas of western United States; has large black-tipped ears and black streak on the tail
jackrabbit - large hare of western North America
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alleni was absent from the hottest and most-arid portions of the Sonoran Desert where the sole representative of the genus is the black-tailed jackrabbit, Lepus californicus.
GRUPO ESPECIES NOM-059- SEMARNAT- 2001 ANFIBIOS Buffo alvarius Buffo punctatus Buffo retiformis X Rana catesbiana REPTILES Cnemidophorus exsaguis Cnemidophorus inornatus Cnemidophorus tigris Lampropeltis triangulm Sauromaulus obesus X Uma notata X Uta stanburiana MAMIFEROS Amnospermophilus harrisi Canis letrans Conepatus leuconotus Didelphis virginiana Dipodomys deserti Lasiurus borealis Lasiurus ega Leptonicteris nivalis x Lepus alleni x Lepus californicus Linx rufus Macrotus californicus Myotis californicus Neotoma lepida x Perognathus bayleyi Perognathus penicillatus Pipistrellus hesperus Spilogale putorius Sylvilagus aududoni Tadarida brasiliensis Tadarida molossa Taxidea taxus x Thomomys bottae Urocyon cinereoargenteus Vulpes macrotis x
If you've not had a visit to your garden by the Black-tail Jackrabbit, or Lepus californicus, consider yourself fortunate indeed.
The life histories and ecology ofjack rabbits Lepus alleni and Lepus californicus in relation to grazing in Arizona.
Prey item Lepus californicus Black-tailed jackrabbit Sylvilagus audubonii Desert cottontail Ammospermophilus interpres Texas antelope squirrel Spermophilus variegatus Rock squirrel Thomomys bottae Botta's pocket gopher Chaetodipus Pocket mouse Dipodomys spectabilis Banner-tailed kangaroo rat Dipodomys Ord's or Merriam's kangaroo rat Neotoma albigula White-throated woodrat Neotoma mexicana Mexican woodrat Peromyscus boylei Brush deermouse Peromyscus eremicus Cactus deermouse Peromyscus truei Pinyon deermouse Sigmodon fulviventer Tawny-bellied cotton rat Sigmodon hispidus Hispid cotton rat Callipepla gambelli Gambel's quail Zenaida Dove Unidentified Aves Lizard Reptilian egg Invertebrate Total Percentage of Percent Prey item occurrences frequency Lepus californicus 8.
Black-tailed jackrabbit, Lepus californicus, populations have declined in abundance during the last decade in southern Texas.