Definition of Cervus elaphus
1. Noun. Common deer of temperate Europe and Asia.
Generic synonyms: Cervid, Deer
Group relationships: Cervus, Genus Cervus
Specialized synonyms: Hart, Stag, Hind, Brocket
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Literary usage of Cervus elaphus
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1. A Text-book of Zoology by Thomas Jeffery Parker, William Aitcheson Haswell (1921)
"There is never a centrale. The trapezoid and magnum unite in most of the Ruminants. Km. 1170.—Right scapula of Red Deer (cervus elaphus). a. acromion ; a/, ..."
2. An introduction to the osteology of the mammalia: Being the Substance of the by William Henry Flower (1876)
"... segments of the meso- sternum being square, flat, and rather massive (especially in FIG. 35.—Sternum and sternal ribs of the Ked Deer (cervus elaphus), ..."
3. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"... Parnell (1929-36), Darling (1937) and Whitehead (1950), red deer (Cervus elaphus) are hardy creatures reaching their prime at about 10 years of age and ..."
4. Catalogue of Ruminant Mammalia: (Pecora, Linnæus) in the British Museum by John Edward Gray (1872)
"cervus elaphus. (The Stag.) BM Antlers; basal snags often in pairs: the median and upper snags on the front of the horn, the upper ones generally in pairs. ..."
5. Catalogue of the Hunterian Collection in the Museum of the Royal College of by Museum, Royal College of Surgeons in London (1831)
"cervus elaphus—Lin: (Cerf—Buff: Stag or Red Deer—Perm :) Fig.—Buff: Hist. Nat. vi. pi. 9. ... cervus elaphus. Hunterian. Mus. Lev. 1806. 938. ..."