Lepus timidus Linnaeus, 1758

Lepus timidus Linnaeus, 1758

Citation

Mitchell-Jones A. J., Amori G., Bogdanowicz W., Krystufek B., Reijnders P.J.H., Spitzenberger F., Stubbe M., Thissen J.B.M., Vohralik V. & J. Zima - The atlas of European Mammals in Academic Press, London, 484 pp. 1999

Distribution

Distribution Europe and worldwide
Region Status
Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands-no data-
Italy-no data-
Aland Islands-no data-
Bosnia-Herzegovina-no data-
Denmark-no data-
Faeroe Islands-no data-
France-no data-
Greece-no data-
Guernsey-no data-
Isle of Man-no data-
Great Britain-no data-
Jersey-no data-
Moldova-no data-
Montenegro-no data-
Netherlands-no data-
Norway-no data-
Portugal-no data-
Russian Federation-no data-
Serbia-no data-
Spain-no data-
Macedonia-no data-
Near Eastabsent
Novaya Zemlyaabsent
North Africaabsent
Neotropical regionabsent
Nearctic regionabsent
Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofabsent
Monacoabsent
Moldova, Republic ofabsent
Maltaabsent
Madeira Is.absent
Portuguese mainlandabsent
Oriental regionabsent
Vatican Cityabsent
Romaniaabsent
San Marinoabsent
Sardiniaabsent
Selvagens Is.absent
Sicilyabsent
Slovakiaabsent
South European Russiaabsent
Spanish mainlandabsent
Svalbard & Jan Mayenabsent
The Netherlandsabsent
Kriti (Crete)absent
Vóreion Aiyáion (North Aegean Is.)absent
Yugoslaviaabsent
Luxembourgabsent
Kikládes (Cyclades Is.)absent
Belgiumabsent
Channel Is.absent
Icelandabsent
Afro-tropical regionabsent
Albaniaabsent
Andorraabsent
Australian regionabsent
Azores Is.absent
Balearic Is.absent
Bosnia and Herzegovinaabsent
Bulgariaabsent
Canary Is.absent
Corsicaabsent
Croatiaabsent
Cyprusabsent
Czech Republicabsent
Danish mainlandabsent
Dodekánisos (Dodecanese Is.) absent
European Turkeyabsent
Franz Josef Landabsent
Gibraltarabsent
Greek mainlandabsent
Hungaryabsent
Estoniapresent
Germanypresent
French mainlandpresent
Finlandpresent
Faroe Is.present
Belaruspresent
East Palaearcticpresent
East European Russiapresent
Central European Russiapresent
Britain I.present
Italian mainlandpresent
Irelandpresent
Ukrainepresent
Kaliningrad Regionpresent
Latviapresent
Liechtensteinpresent
Lithuaniapresent
North European Russiapresent
Northern Irelandpresent
Northwest European Russiapresent
Norwegian mainlandpresent
Polandpresent
Sloveniapresent
Swedenpresent
Switzerlandpresent
Austriapresent

Common Name

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål: hare, nordhare; Bulgarian: Polyaren zаek, Полярен заек; Danish: Snehare; Dutch, Middle (ca.1050-1350): Sneeuwhaas; English (North America): Mountain Hare; English: Mountain hare, Заєць-біляк; French: Lièvre variable; German: Schneehase; Greek, Modern (1453-): Ορεινός λαγός; Italian: Lepre bianca, Lepre variabile; Lithuanian: Baltasis kiškis; Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian: hare, nordhare; Polish: Zając bielak; Russian: заяц русак; Slovak: Zajac belák; Slovenian: Planinski zajec; Spanish; Castilian: Liebre de montaña, Liebre variable; Swedish: skogshare; Turkish: Dağ tavşanı; Ukrainian: Заєць білий, Заєць-біляк

Synonymy

Lepus timidus Linnaeus, 1758

    Experts

    ExpertRole
    associate specialist
    group coordinator
    taxonomic specialist