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 1.20%)

Latitudinal range: 16.6° to 44.4°

Habitats: (31), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (11), temperate coniferous forest (3), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (7)

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Found in 54 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, Xalapa

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, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (logs, feature)

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.