Cervid definition

Cervid means a member of the family of animals that includes deer, elk, moose, caribou, reindeer and the subfamily musk deer. “Cervid” includes all “farm−raised deer”.
Cervid means deer, elk, moose, caribou, reindeer, and related species and hybrids thereof, including all members of the Cervidae family and hybrids thereof.
Cervid means any species of deer or elk that is present in the wild and that is not a farm−raised deer.

Examples of Cervid in a sentence

These provisions constitute the "Cervid TB UM & R" defined in 345 IAC 2.5-1-15.

Where the Cervid TB UM & R conflicts with this rule, the provisions of this rule control.


More Definitions of Cervid

Cervid means a member of the family of animals that includes deer, elk, moose, caribou and reindeer.
Cervid means any member of the deer family (Cervidae); which includes caribou, elk, moose, mule deer, reindeer, wapiti, and whitetail deer.
Cervid means a mammal classified as a Cervidae or member of the deer family found anywhere in the world as defined in the taxonomic classification from the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, available online at www.itis.gov.
Cervid or "cervidae" means all members of the cervidae family, such as the following:
Cervid means a mammal classified as a Cervidae, which includes but is not limited to caribou, elk, moose, mule deer, reindeer, wapiti, and whitetail deer; as defined in the taxonomic classification from the Integrated Taxo- nomic Information System, available online at www.itis. gov.
Cervid means a mammal classified as a Cervidae or member of the deer family found anywhere in the world, as defined in the taxonomic classification from Volumes I and II of Walker’s Mammals of the World. A copy is available for inspection at any Department office.