Definition of Lepus townsendi

1. Noun. Largest hare of northern plains and western mountains of United States; brownish-grey in summer and pale grey in winter; tail nearly always all white.

Exact synonyms: White-tailed Jackrabbit, Whitetail Jackrabbit
Generic synonyms: Jackrabbit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lepus Townsendi

Leptopteris superba
Leptoptilus
Leptoptilus crumeniferus
Leptoptilus dubius
Leptospira
Leptotrichia
Leptotrombidium
Leptotyphlopidae
Leptotyphlops
Leptotyphlops humilis
Lepus
Lepus americanus
Lepus arcticus
Lepus californicus
Lepus europaeus
Lepus townsendi (current term)
Ler
Leri
Leri's pleonosteosis
Leri's sign
Leri-Weill disease
Leri-Weill syndrome
Leriche
Leriche's operation
Lermontov
Lermoyez
Lermoyez' syndrome
Lerner
Lerner homeostasis
Leroi

Literary usage of Lepus townsendi

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington (1905)
"Lepus townsendi Bachman, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., VIII, Pt. I, 90-94, 1839. Type locality.—Walla Walla, Washington. Range.—Plains of the Columbia, ..."

2. The Mammals of Colorado: An Account of the Several Species Found Within the by Edward Royal Warren (1910)
"Lepus townsendi Bachman, Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., p. 90 (1830). Type locality.- -Old Fort Walla Walla, Washington. Measurements. ..."

3. The Mammals of Minnesota: A Scientific and Popular Account of Their Features by Clarence Luther Herrick (1892)
"73; US Geog. Surv. W. 100 Her., vol. v., p. 127. ALLEN, Monographs NA, Rodentia, ii, US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. xi, 1877. Lepus townsendi BACHMAN, Journ. ..."

4. Bulletin (1892)
"Lepus townsendi BACHMAN, Journ. Acad. NS Phila. viii, 1839, 90, PI. II; Townsend's narrative, 1839. AUD. and BACH., Quad. NA, i, 1849, 25. ..."

5. Wild Animals of Glacier National Park: The Mammals, with Notes on by United States National Park Service, Vernon Bailey, Florence Merriam Bailey (1918)
"... coyotes occasionally prey upon them but often are unable to capture them, either by stealth or in a test of speed. PRAIRIE JACK RABBIT ; Lepus townsendi ..."

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