The Uruguayan Ladies inhabit fundamentally on some stays of the Florida Department, where the first introduction occurred, in the fields of the Mansavillagra stream.
Translocations from some of these specimens were implemented in stays from other departments, but apparently have not been successful, except perhaps in the Rocha Department.
This country has populations of this cervido in some hunting facilities of the IX region.
The lady was successfully introduced there, and currently occupies areas of the north and center of the country, in a total area of approximately 116,000 hectares.
Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, State of Mexico, Hidalgo, Nuevo León, Puebla, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Sonora, Tamaulipas, Veracruz, and Zacatecas.
This species, presents four patterns of general layer coloration, with a large individual variation, ranging from the novel that presents the white variety (not albino since its eyes have a normal coloring), passing through the Bay of the Isabelina variety, up to the very dark zaino gray (sometimes even black) of the individuals of the melamic variety; Although the common variety of light reddish brown with a pattern of white spots (unique in each individual) with whitish ventral regions, is the most usual.
Variety “Black” Variety “Meanic” … (Black Variant of Fallow Deer = Black Variety = Melanistic Variant Of Fallow Deer = Melanistic Variety)
The males usually have a weight of between 50 and 85 kg (rarely until 110), with an average of 58 kg.
The females usually have a weight between 30 to 50 kg, with an average of 45 kg.
The total length (between the tips of the snout and the tail) varies between 129-155 cm in the males and 118-140 cm in females.
The length (from the tip of the snout until the base of the tail) is between 1300 to 1750 mm.
The lady stands out for her beautiful mantle of brown-red coat dotted with white specks in spring and summer, also counting with an irregular white strip on each side, made up of a succession of spots in a row.
It is also common for some specimens to show a dark fringe that runs through the entire column by dividing the mantle into two.
In winter, white spot motifs disappear when he turned his darker and slightly grayish coat; Although the belly, buttocks and bottom of the legs and the tail remain white all year round in the typical mottled variety.