Cervus Linnaeus 1758
* Cervus on Mammal Species of the World.
Cervus is a genus of primarily Asian deer. Although it was formerly[ a large genus with about 12 species, recent genetic studies found that the members of the genus are more distantly related to each other than previously thought, and 8 species and 3 genera (Rucervus, Rusa, and Przewalskium) split out. There are 4 species left in this genus:
* Cervus affinis - Central Asian Red Deer
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