Cervus canadensis (ungulate)

Mass: 170 kg based on Bender et al. 2003 and López-Olvera et al. 2013

Diet: browser-grazer based on Craighead et al. 1973

Abundance: 0.01 to 33.64% (median 2.19%)

Latitudinal range: 30.6° to 67.8°

Habitats: (28), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (5), temperate savanna (1)

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Found in 34 samples

Canada: Canadian National Railway (spring), Canadian National Railway (summer), Canadian National Railway (fall), Old Crow River Loc. 11A (square S30E120), Charlie Lake Cave (Zone IV), DjPp-8 (level A), DjPp-8 (level B), Pender Canal Site (trench), Irving-Johnston, St. Brieux (spring 2012)

United States: North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River, Davis Mountain Preserve, Crystal Ball Cave, North Creek Shelter (Early Archaic), Hulme Site, Lower Walnut Settlement, Angel Site (Subdivision W10D), Wewukiyepuh, Trappers Point (Stratum III), Trappers Point (Stratum V), Trappers Point (Stratum VII), Weber I (Middle Archaic), Weber I (Late Archaic), Hobson Site, Hale Farm, Dead Indian Creek, Guard, Prison Farm, Cole Gravel Pit, Baker Village, Scovill, Hosterman's Pit, Polecat Creek (alluvial gravel), Flagg Swamp Rockshelter (Archaic)

Size measurements:
♀ body mass249000 kgN = 27Bender et al. 2003
♂ body mass401000 kgN = 38Bender et al. 2003
♀ body mass85900 kgN = 38López-Olvera et al. 2013
♀ body mass94200 kgN = 11López-Olvera et al. 2013
♂ body mass119000 kgN = 21López-Olvera et al. 2013
♂ body mass143800 kgN = 18López-Olvera et al. 2013

See also Cervus, Cervus albirostris, Cervus elaphus, Cervus grayi, Cervus hanglu, Cervus nippon, Cervus sp., Cervus spp.