brush r. sylvilagus bachmani.
r. calicivirus disease see rabbit hemorrhagic disease.
r. fever see tularemia.
r. fibroma virus see leporipoxvirus, Shope rabbit fibroma.
r. fur mite cheyletiella parasitivorax.
laboratory r. some specialized strains have been developed to provide a consistent type of rabbit for experimental work in laboratories. The...
|rabbit hemorrhagic disease|
a highly fatal, contagious disease of European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) but other rabbit species and other wildlife are not susceptible. Caused by rabbit calicivirus; the virus while typical of caliciviruses has not been cultivated. The disease is related to European Brown Hare syndrome but cross-transmission between hares and rabbits of either virus does not occur; spread is by contact, po...
see tetradymia glabrata.
a disease of rabbits caused by a poxvirus in the genus Orthopoxvirus. There are typical skin lesions with a systemic illness, ocular and nasal discharge, and a high mortality rate.
affected with rabies; pertaining to rabies.
affected by rabies.
a highly fatal viral infection of the nervous system which affects all warm-blooded animal species. The causative rhabdovirus is transmitted in the saliva and the principal method of infection in animals is by a bite. Separate furious and dumb (paralytic) forms are described but both commonly occur in the one animal. The syndrome includes an ascending paralysis which may be preceded by a period of...
Mokola, Lagos bat, Duvenhage, European and Australian bat viruses. So called because they cause rabies-like disease in humans and animals.
a gray-brown animal with a long, furry tail ringed with black, a sharp, pointed face, and about as big as a medium-sized dog. It is terrestrial, arboreal and aquatic, omnivorous and nocturnal. Called also coon, Procyon lotor.
r. dog see coonhound.
r. poxvirus a poxvirus that causes typical pox lesions in the raccoon.
r. rabies a major wildlife reservoir and source of human exposu...