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Cervus elaphus hanglu (Kashmir stag; hangul deer)

Emblem of

Jammu & Kashmir

Prey / Diet

Aesculus indica[1]
Arctium lappa (Great Burdock)[1]
Berberis vulgaris subsp. vulgaris (Common barberry)[1]
Bromus japonicus (Japanese bromegrass)[1]
Capsella bursa-pastoris (Shepherd's Purse)[1]
Celtis adolfi-friderici (European hackberry)[1]
Centaurea iberica (Iberian Starthistle)[1]
Fagopyrum esculentum (fagopyrum)[1]
Fragaria nubicola[1]
Hedera nepalensis (Nepal Ivy)[1]
Hemerocallis fulva (orange daylily)[1]
Morus alba (mulberry)[1]
Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana[1]
Pinus wallichiana (Bhutan pine)[1]
Poa annua (annual blue grass)[1]
Populus alba (Silver-leaf poplar)[1]
Portulaca granulatostellulata (akulikuli-kula)[1]
Prunus tomentosa (Nanking Cherry)[1]
Quercus robur (Pedunculate Oak)[1]
Robinia pseudoacacia (Post locust)[1]
Rumex nepalensis[1]
Salix alba (golden willow)[1]
Solanum nigrum (Black or Garden Nightshade)[1]

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1Diets of Hangul Deer Cervus elaphus hanglu (Cetartiodactyla: Cervidae) in Dachigam National Park, Kashmir, India, G. Mustafa Shah, Ulfat Jan, Bilal A. Bhat & Fayaz A. Ahangar, Journal of Threatened Taxa | July 2009 | 1(7): 398-400
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