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SPECIES Sylvilagus (Sylvilagus) graysoni

Author:J. A. Allen, 1877.
Citation:In Coues and Allen, Monog. N. Amer. Rodentia (U.S. Geol. Geograph. Survey Terr., Rep.), 11: 347.
Common Name:Tres Marias Cottontail
Type Locality:According to Nelson (1899a:16), "Tres Marias Islands," "undoubtedly from Maria Madre" Isl, Nayarit, Mexico.
Distribution:Tres Marías Isls, Nayarit (Mexico).
Status:IUCN – Endangered.
Comments:Subgenus Sylvilagus (Gureev, 1964:168). An insular species probably derived from cunicularius of the adjacent mainland; see Diersing and Wilson (1980) and Hall (1981:314). Reviewed by Cervantes (1997, Mammalian Species, 559).



    badistes Diersing and Wilson, 1980

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