Lepus europaeus


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Noun1.Lepus europaeus - large hare introduced in North AmericaLepus europaeus - large hare introduced in North America; does not turn white in winter
genus Lepus, Lepus - type genus of the Leporidae: hares
hare - swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes
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The genetic distinctiveness of the three Iberian hare species: Lepus europaeus, L.
Lepus europaeus ydi'r enw gwyddonol ar y sgwarnog - y 'Brown Hare' yn Saesneg, a hynny am fod iddi liw brown.
Even though Lepus europaeus (Silva, 1994) is an introduced species in Brazil, it was considered in our records due to its large and established distribution in the state of Rio Grande Sul.
Apodemus mice, European brown hare Lepus europaeus, wild ungulates).
En Espana habitan tres especies de liebre: la Liebre del Piornal Lepus castroviejoi (Palacios, 1977), la Liebre Iberica Lepus granatensis (Rosenhauer, 1856) y la Liebre Europea Lepus europaeus (Pallas, 1778).
rattus, and Lepus europaeus occur as wild populations, bringing the total to 181 species.
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.
In summer and autumn Lepus europaeus and Rattus rattus were most frequently used among mammals (13.
European hare Lepus europaeus (Lagomorpha: Leporidae) an invasive species in Peru
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.