Lepus californicus (small mammal)

Mass: 2.1 kg based on Chapman and Sandt 1977 and Simons 1996

Abundance: 0.03 to 77.61% (median 1.16%)

Latitudinal range: 29.6° to 40.4°

Habitats: (22), desert/xeric shrubland (1)

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Found in 23 samples

Mexico: La Playa

United States: Red Bluff, Zesch Cave, Crystal Ball Cave, Papago Springs Cave, Cueva Quebrada, CA-SLO-585 (Locus 6A, Early-Middle Holocene), Scripps Poway Parkway (Feature F), Scripps Poway Parkway (Feature E), McIntosh, Taddlock, Steck, Baker Village, Camels Back Cave (Stratum I), Camels Back Cave (Stratum II), Taylor Bayou (north bank), Kathy's Pit, Pintwater Cave (Unit 3, level 8), Schulze Cave (layer B), Schulze Cave (layer C1), Schulze Cave (layer C2), Eleventh Hour Site (Room 7, Layer 2), Eleventh Hour Site (Room 7, Layer 3)

Size measurements:
♀ body mass2175 kgN = 1Chapman and Sandt 1977
body mass2145.21 kgN = 14Simons 1996
body mass1901.00 kgN = 5Simons 1996
♀ total body length703 mmN = 1Chapman and Sandt 1977
♀ tail length82 mmN = 1Chapman and Sandt 1977
♀ hind foot length111 mmN = 1Chapman and Sandt 1977
♀ ear length120 mmN = 1Chapman and Sandt 1977

See also Lepus, Lepus alleni, Lepus americanus, Lepus arcticus, Lepus brachyurus, Lepus callotis, Lepus capensis, Lepus europaeus, Lepus fagani, Lepus granatensis, Lepus mandshuricus, Lepus nigricollis, Lepus oiostolus, Lepus peguensis, Lepus saxatilis, Lepus sp., Lepus spp., Lepus tanaiticus, Lepus timidus, Lepus tolai, Lepus townsendii