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Brush Rabbit: Quiz


Question 1: The Brush Rabbit feeds mainly on grasses and forbs, especially green ________, though it will also take berries and browse from bushes.
AlfalfaCloverFabaceaeTrifolium repens

Question 2: Brush may be used more in the drier seasons while ________ are used in the wetter seasons in relation to growth of annual vegetation.

Question 3: Large numbers of geographically defined subspecies have been proposed, including in Oregon, ubericolor; in ________, cinerascens, mariposae, riparius, tehamae and trowbridgii; and in Baja California, cerrosensis, exiguus, howelli, peninsularis and rosaphagus.
Sacramento, CaliforniaLos AngelesSan Jose, CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 4: Its predators include the Cougar, the Coyote, foxes, the ________, weasels, and various raptors and snakes.
Red FoxBobcatAmerican Black BearGray Wolf

Question 5: The Brush Rabbit does not dig its own burrow or den, but uses the burrow of other ________, brush piles, or forms.
SpeciesBiological classificationEvolutionLife

Question 6: In the ________, it was found that the Brush Rabbit concentrates its activities at the edge of brush and exhibits much less use of grassy areas.
Alameda County, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaSan Francisco Bay AreaOakland, California

Question 7: The Brush Rabbit (Sylvilagus bachmani), or Western Brush Rabbit, is a species of cottontail rabbit found in western coastal regions of North America, from the Columbia River in Oregon to the southern tip of the ________.
Las CaliforniasPeninsular RangesBaja California SurBaja California peninsula

Question 8: The Brush Rabbit inhabits dense, brushy cover, most commonly in ________ vegetation.
ShrublandChaparralChilean MatorralHeath (habitat)


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