Sylvilagus floridanus (small mammal)

Mass: 1.1 kg based on Layne 1958 and Scribner and Warren 1986

Diet: herbivore based on Trent and Rongstad 1974

Abundance: 0.04 to 27.15% (median 1.35%)

Latitudinal range: 16.6° to 44.4°

Habitats: (31), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (10), temperate coniferous forest (3), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (6)

Found in 52 samples

Canada: Lindsay, Irving-Johnston

Mexico: La Reserva Natural Sierra Nanchititla, Estación Científica Las Joyas, Tolistoque (dry season), Tolistoque (rainy season), Huasabas-Sahuaripa Region, Ajos, Madera West, San Juan Bautista Cuicatlán (lluvias), Cueva de Abra

United States: Memphis, Salt Pond Mountain, Haw River, Rocky River, Fayette County, Raleigh-Durham, Longview Lake and Warrensburg, Savannah River Site (S1), Savannah River Site (U1), Savannah River Site (U2), The Wilds, Blue Grass Army Depot, Ardis, Zesch Cave, Vess Cave, Saber-tooth Cave, Bat Cave, First American Bank Site (Feature 1), Dust Cave (Zones T and U), Hulme Site, McKinley Site (Zone A), McKinley Site (Zone B), Angel Site (Subdivision W10D), Croley-Evans, Watson Brake (6.4 mm fraction), Mykut Rockshelter, Black Cat Cave (Test Unit 1), Hobson Site, Edwin Harness Mound, Guard, Coffey (Horizon III-5, 1972-73), Scovill, Hosterman's Pit, Prairie Creek (Zone D), Meyer Cave, Polecat Creek (alluvial gravel), Bootlegger Sink, Schulze Cave (layer B), Schulze Cave (layer C1), Schulze Cave (layer C2), Box Elder Creek

Size measurements:
body mass1361 kgN = 9Layne 1958
body mass961.8 gN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ total body length400 mmN = 1Allen 1899
total body length394 mmN = 5Allen 1899
total body length419 mmN = 8Howell 1939
total body length444.0 mmN = 11Layne 1958
total body length423.1 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ head and body length412 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
♂ tail length25 mmN = 1Allen 1899
♂ tail length27 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
tail length31 mmN = 5Allen 1899
tail length57 mmN = 8Howell 1939
tail length53.2 mmN = 11Layne 1958
tail length46.6 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ hind foot length87 mmN = 1Allen 1899
♂ hind foot length90 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
hind foot length93 mmN = 5Allen 1899
hind foot length92.2 mmN = 8Howell 1939
hind foot length96.9 mmN = 11Layne 1958
hind foot length85.8 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ ear length72 mmN = 1Allen 1899
♂ ear length62 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
ear length65 mmN = 5Allen 1899
ear length61 mmN = 8Howell 1939
ear length60.7 mmN = 11Layne 1958
ear length67.2 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ skull length79 mmN = 1Allen 1899
♂ skull length46.3 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ skull length80 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
skull length71.3 mmN = 7Howell 1939
condylobasal length51.2 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ condyloincisive length72.5 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
♂ skull width35.5 mmN = 1Allen 1899
♂ skull width37.5 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
skull width34.7 mmN = 7Howell 1939
skull width33.2 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986
♂ upper tooth row length14 mmN = 1Allen 1899
♂ upper tooth row length15.2 mmN = 1Thomas 1914
upper tooth row length13.8 mmN = 7Howell 1939
upper tooth row length12.7 mmN = 21Scribner and Warren 1986

See also Sylvilagus, Sylvilagus aquaticus, Sylvilagus audubonii, Sylvilagus bachmani, Sylvilagus brasiliensis, Sylvilagus cunicularius, Sylvilagus idahoensis, Sylvilagus nuttallii, Sylvilagus palustris, Sylvilagus sp., Sylvilagus spp.