Hares and jackrabbits

Lepus alleni (Antelope jackrabbit)

Lepus americanus (Snowshoe hare)

Lepus arcticus (Arctic hare)

Lepus brachyurus (Japanese hare)

Lepus californicus (Black-tailed jackrabbit)

Lepus callotis (White-sided jackrabbit)

Lepus capensis (Cape hare)

Lepus castroviejoi (Broom hare)

Lepus comus (Yunnan hare)

Lepus coreanus (Korean hare)

Lepus corsicanus (Corsican hare)

Lepus europaeus (European hare)

Lepus fagani (Ethiopian hare)

Lepus flavigularis (Tehuantepec jackrabbit)

Lepus granatensis (Iberian hare)

Lepus habessinicus (Abyssinian hare)

Lepus hainanus (Hainan hare)

Lepus insularis (Black jackrabbit)

Lepus mandshuricus (Manchurian hare)

Lepus microtis (African Savannah hare)

Lepus nigricollis (Indian hare)

Lepus oiostolus (Woolly hare)

Lepus othus (Alaskan hare)

Lepus peguensis (Burmese hare)

Lepus saxatilis (Scrub hare)

Lepus sinensis (Chinese hare)

Lepus starcki (Ethiopian Highland hare)

Lepus tibetanus (Desert hare)

Lepus timidus (Mountain hare)

Lepus tolai (Tolai hare)

Lepus townsendii (White-tailed jackrabbit)

Lepus yarkandensis (Yarkand hare)

Pronolagus crassicaudatus (Natal Red Rock hare)

Pronolagus randensis (Jameson’s Red Rock hare)

Pronolagus rupestris (Smith’s Red Rock hare)

Pronolagus saundersiae (Hewitt’s Red Rock hare)

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