List of rabbit breeds

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As of 2017, there were at least 305 breeds of domestic rabbit in 70 countries around the world. [1] A rabbit breed is a distinct variety created through natural selection or, more often, though selective breeding for specific characteristics, including size, fur (length, quality, or color), feed conversion ratio, climate adaptability, or temperament. Groups such as the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) and the British Rabbit Council (BRC) coordinate and standardize the desired qualities of their recognized breeds, through promotion and exhibition. Each rabbit breed is considered to benefit when a reputable breeder strives to emulate the purpose for the breed, often defined by the individual breed standard by which it may be judged. [2] The global diversity of breeds reflects the breadth of the rabbit's unique qualities. Listed below are 191 of the world's modern-day rabbit breeds.

Contents

Modern-day rabbit breeds

   = Rare breeds [lower-roman 1]
Breed name
[lower-roman 2]
Image
[lower-roman 3]
Size
[lower-roman 4]
Fur
type
[lower-roman 5]
Ear
type
[lower-roman 6]
Colors & markings
[lower-roman 7]
ARBA
recognized?
[lower-roman 8]
BRC
recognized?
[lower-roman 9]
Origin
[lower-roman 10]
Alaska Alaska schwarz.jpg 7–9 lb
(3.2–4.1 kg)
ShortErectBlack
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Alexandria [1]
Image
ShortErect[Dark Brown Agouti, Light Brown Agouti, or Red Agouti]
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Altex
Image
13 lb
(5.9 kg)
ShortErectPointed White
No
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Alabama.svg  Alabama
Flag of Texas.svg  Texas
American RabbitAmericanBlue.jpg 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErectBlue, White
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
American Chinchilla [US]
  See also:
    Chinchilla
Ninja eating a leaf.JPG 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErectChinchilla
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
American Fuzzy Lop Conejillo de indias.jpg 3.5–4 lb
(1.6–1.8 kg)
LongLop[All solid or broken colors/patterns]
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
American Sable Zoo Praha 2011-01-16 - 4051.jpg 7–10 lb
(3.2–4.5 kg)
ShortErectSable
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
Angora
  See main entries:
    English Angora
    French Angora
    German Angora
    Giant Angora
    Satin Angora
APRI [1] [8]
Outline of a bunny.svg
ShortErectBlack, Brown, Grey, or White
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Argente Bleu
Image
6 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErect[Argente Bleu markings] [lower-alpha 1]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Argente Brun [UK]
Image
6 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErect[Argente Brun [UK] markings] [lower-alpha 2]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Argente Brun [US]
Image
8–10.5 lb
(3.6–4.8 kg)
MediumErect[Argente Brun [US] markings] [lower-alpha 3]
Yes
No
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Argente Clair [7]
Image
6 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErect[Blue base heavily silvered]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Argente Crème [UK]
  See also:
    Creme d'Argent [US]
Image
5 lb
(2.3 kg)
ShortErect[Argente Crème markings] [lower-alpha 4]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Argente de Champagne [UK]
  See also:
    Champagne d'Argent [US]
Lapin argente.jpg 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErect[Argente de Champagne markings] [lower-alpha 5]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Argente Noir
Image
6 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErect[Argente Noir markings] [lower-alpha 6]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Argente St Hubert
Image
6 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErect[Argente St Hubert markings] [lower-alpha 7]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Armenian Marder [1]
Image
8.8–9.9 lb
(4.0–4.5 kg)
ShortErect[Dark Brown or Light Brown (either having light to heavy chinchillation)]
No
No
Flag of Armenia.svg  Armenia
Astrex
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Image
6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
Rex
 Curly
  Short
Erect"Any [BRC-]recognised Rex Colour."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Aurora Negro [1] [9]
Outline of a bunny.svg
No
No
Flag of Guatemala.svg  Guatemala
Baladi Black [10]
Outline of a bunny.svg
6.0 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErectBlack
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Baladi Red [10]
Image
6.2 lb
(2.8 kg)
ShortErectRed
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Baladi White [10]
Outline of a bunny.svg
4.3 lb
(1.95 kg)
ShortErectWhite
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Bauscat
Image
8 lb
(3.6 kg)
ShortErectAlbino
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Beige [UK]
  See also:
    Czech Solver [CZ]
    Separator [DE]
Lustic2.JPG 5–6.5 lb
(2.3–2.9 kg)
ShortErect"Dark Chamois or light sandy colour, down to the skin, faintly ticked with blue."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
Belgian Hare [UK] Belgische haas (konijnenras).jpg 8–9 lb
(3.6–4.1 kg)
ShortErect"Rich, deep chestnut red, well extended down the sides. Black ticking of a wavy or blotchy appearance, plentiful on body; chest and face free."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Belgian Hare [US] Hasenkaninchen.jpg 8–9.5 lb
(3.6–4.3 kg)
ShortErect"Deep red 'rufous' coat with black, wavy ticking."
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Beveren [UK]
  See also:
    Pointed Beveren
Image
8 lb
(3.6 kg)
MediumErectBlack, Blue, Brown, Lilac, White [with blue eyes]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Beveren [US]
Image
8–12 lb
(3.6–5.4 kg)
MediumErectBlack, Blue, White [with blue eyes]
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Big Silver Marten [11]
  Also called:
     Große Weißgrannen [de]
    Veliki Bijeloopaljeni Kunić [hr]
  See also:
    Silver Marten
Big Silver Marten rabbit breed.jpg 8–12 lb
(3.6–5.4 kg)
ShortErect[Black, Blue, or Havana with white and/or tan markings, plus white ticking on the lower body]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia
Blanc de Bouscat Geant blanc du Bouscat femelle 2.jpg 11–15.5 lb
(5.0–7.0 kg)
ShortErect"Completely snow white [...]. Guard hairs sprinkled regularly all over the coat give it a brilliant frosty look."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Blanc de Hotot
Blanc De Hotot.jpg
8–11 lb
(3.6–5.0 kg)
ShortErectWhite with dark rings around the eyes
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Blanc de Popielno
  Also called:
    Popielański Biały [pl]
    Popielno White
Image
8.8–11.0 lb
(4–5 kg)
ShortErectAlbino
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
Blanc de Termonde
Image
9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErect"Immaculately white. Eyes are ruby red"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Blue of Ham
Image
9.9–13.2 lb
(4.5–6 kg)
LongErect"Slate blue with a blue sub-color" but "not as dark as the blue Vienna"
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Blue of Sint-Niklaas BlvSN.jpg 5–12 lb
(2.3–5.4 kg)
ShortErectBlue
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Bourbonnais Grey
  Also called:
    Gris du Bourbonnais [fr]
Lapin-gris-du-bourbonnais SDA2014.JPG 7–11 lb
(3.2–5.0 kg)
ShortErect"Overall color is slate blue with longer gray guard hairs tipped black."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Brazilian
Image
7–11 lb
(3.2–5.0 kg)
ShortErect
No
No
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Britannia Petite [US]
  See also:
    Polish [UK]
Britannia Petite.jpg 1.5–2.5 lb
(0.68–1.13 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Black Otter, Blue-Eyed White, Chestnut, Red-Eyed White, Sable Marten
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
British Giant British Giant rabbit - geograph.org.uk - 163223.jpg 12.5–25 lb
(5.7–11.3 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Brown Grey, Dark Steel Grey, Opal, White
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Brown Chestnut of Lorraine
  Also called:
    Brun Marron de Lorraine [fr]
Image
4.4–5.3 lb
(2.0–2.4 kg)
ShortErect"Chestnut brown uniform color with a well-defined orange-brown outer-color. Under-color bluish including the belly. Ears bluish on their inner side and edged with a black border."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Caldes [12]
Image
9.5–9.9 lb
(4.3–4.5 kg)
ShortErectRed-Eyed White
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
Californian [UK] Kroliki kalifornijskie californian rabbits.jpg 7.5–9.5 lb
(3.4–4.3 kg)
ShortErectFour varieties, all being white (with red eyes) with dark points:
Normal ("dark sepia" points), Chocolate ("milk chocolate" points),
Blue ("slate blue" points), or Lilac ("pink shade of dove" points)
No
Yes
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
Californian [US] Kroliki kalifornijskie 666.jpg 9–10.5 lb
(4.1–4.8 kg)
ShortErectOne variety, being white (with red eyes) with dark points:
Standard (black points)
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
Canadian Plush Lop
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Image
3.5–6.5 lb
(1.6–2.9 kg)
Rex
 Curly
  Medium
Lop[Includes at least 19 stated colors/patterns]
No
No
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Carmagnola Grey
Image
7.7–9.9 lb
(3.5–4.5 kg)
ShortErect[Chinchilla]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Cashmere Lop
  See also:
    Miniature Cashmere Lop
CashmereLop.JPG 4.25–5.25 lb
(1.93–2.38 kg)
LongLop[Includes >35 different colors/patterns] [lower-alpha 8]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Champagne d'Argent [US]
  See also:
    Argente de Champagne [UK]
Lapin argente.jpg 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErect[Champagne d'Argent markings] [lower-alpha 9]
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Chaudry
Outline of a bunny.svg
8–9 lb
(3.6–4.1 kg)
ShortErectRed-Eyed White
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Checkered Giant [US]
  See also:
    Giant Papillon [UK]
Geant papillon francais J2.jpg 11–25 lb
(5.0–11.3 kg)
ShortErectBlack (i.e, white with black markings), Blue (i.e., white with gray markings)
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Chinchilla
  See main entries:
    American Chinchilla [US]
    Chinchilla [UK]
    Chinchilla Giganta [UK]
    Giant Chinchilla [US]
    Standard Chinchilla [US]
Chinchilla [UK] Tsukibunny.jpg 7 lb
(3.2 kg)
ShortErect"To resemble real Chinchilla."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Chinchilla Giganta [UK] Kaninchen3.jpg 8.5–12 lb
(3.9–5.4 kg)
ShortErect[Chinchilla, but with] "Desired top colour considerably darker grey than the Chinchilla [i.e., Chinchilla [UK]] rabbit."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Cinnamon
Image
10–11 lb
(4.5–5.0 kg)
ShortErectCinnamon
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Montana.svg  Montana
Continental Giant Coloured
Image
12.4–25 lb
(5.6–11.3 kg)
ShortErectAgouti, Black, Chinchilla, Dark Steel, Light Steel, Opal, Red Agouti, Yellow
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Continental Giant White
Image
11–25 lb
(5.0–11.3 kg)
ShortErect"Immaculate white, eyes pink or blue."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Creme d'Argent [US]
  See also:
    Argente Crème [UK]
Image
8–11 lb
(3.6–5.0 kg)
ShortErect"Creamy white with an orange cast"
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Criollo [13]
Outline of a bunny.svg
3–4 lb
(1.4–1.8 kg)
ShortErect"Many colors and patterns." [7]
No
No
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
Cuban Brown [14] AJM 012 Vivero Alamar.JPG 9.9–11.0 lb
(4.5–5 kg)
ShortErectGlossy brown
No
No
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba
Czech Red Czech Red Rabbit.jpg 4–5 lb
(1.8–2.3 kg)
ShortErectChestnut
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Czech Solver [CZ] [15]
  Also called:
    Český Luštič
  See also:
    Beige [UK]
    Separator [DE]
Lustic2.JPG 7.9–8.6 lb
(3.6–3.9 kg)
ShortErect[sandy colored]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Czech Spot Czech spotted rabbit 2.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
ShortErectAgouti, Black, Blue, Isabella (Beige), Tortoise, Tri-color [7]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Czech White [15]
  Also called:
    Český Albín
Czech Albino Rabbit 2.jpg 8.8–11.0 lb
(4.0–5.0 kg)
ShortErectWhite
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Dalmatian Dalmatiner-Rex Kaninchen.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
ErectWhite with "numerous little coloured patches" of "black, blue, brown, orange, or fawn".
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Deilenaar Deilenaar nyul.jpg 5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
ShortErectRed Agouti
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Dutch [UK] Schlafendes Hauskaninchen.JPG 4.5–5 lb
(2.0–2.3 kg)
ShortErect["Dutch" markings on] Black, Blue, Brown Grey, Chocolate, Pale Grey, Steel Grey, Tortoiseshell, Yellow
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Dutch [US] American Grand Champion Dutch Rabbit.jpg 3.5–5.5 lb
(1.6–2.5 kg)
ShortErectBlack Dutch, Blue Dutch, Chinchilla Dutch, Chocolate Dutch, Gray Dutch, Steel Dutch, Tortoise Dutch
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Dutch (Tri-Colour)
  See main entry:
    Tri-Colour Dutch
Dwarf Hotot DH CR.jpeg 2–3 lb
(0.91–1.36 kg)
ShortErectWhite with black around the eyes
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Dwarf Lop [UK]
  See also:
    Mini Lop [US]
Lop bunny.jpg 4.25–5.25 lb
(1.93–2.38 kg)
ShortLop[Many]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Elfin
  See main entry:
    Swedish Hare
Enderby Island Enderby Island Rabbit.jpg 3–4 lb
(1.4–1.8 kg)
ShortErect"Silver-grey" (with chinchillation) or "Cream or beige"
No
No
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
English Angora EnglishAngoraRabbit.jpg 5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
LongErect[Many]
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
English Lop English Lop Rabbit.jpg 10–11 lb
(4.5–5.0 kg)
ShortLop[Many]
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
English Spot English Spot Black.JPG 5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
ShortErectWhite with colored butterfly pattern
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Fauve de Bourgogne GVB ram.jpg 7–11 lb
(3.2–5.0 kg)
ShortErectOrange/Red
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Fee [7] de Marbourg
  See main entry:
    Marburger Feh [UK]
Feh [7] de Marbourg [FR]
  See main entry:
    Marburger Feh [UK]
Feu Noir [FR]
  See main entry:
    Tan
Flemish Giant [UK] Ijzergrauwe voedster.jpg 11–25 lb
(5.0–11.3 kg)
ShortErect"Dark steel grey, with even or wavy ticking [...] except belly & under tail which shall be white [...]."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Flemish Giant [US] Flemish giant fawn doe.jpg 14–25 lb
(6.4–11.3 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Fawn, Light Grey, Sandy, Steel, White
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Florida White Floridawhiterabbit.jpg 4–6 lb
(1.8–2.7 kg)
ShortErectWhite
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Florida.svg  Florida
Fox  [ de ]
Image
6.6–11.0 lb
(3–5 kg)
LongErect"It is most common in the color white."
No
No
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland
FoxSilver [UK]
  See also:
    Silver Fox [US]
Silverhavenslicorice.jpg 5.5–7 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
French Angora Fluffy white bunny rabbit.jpg 7.5–10.5 lb
(3.4–4.8 kg)
LongErect[Many]
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
French Lop Rabbit - French Lop breed 2.jpg 10 lb
(4.5 kg)
ShortLop[Many]
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Gabali
Image
6–7 lb
(2.7–3.2 kg)
ShortErectAgouti
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
German Angora [16]
Image
5.5–12.1 lb
(2.5–5.5 kg)
LongErect[Albino or colored (but not bi-colored)]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
German Lop German Big Lop.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
ShortLop[Many]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Giant Angora Joey Giant Angora Buck-rebalanced.jpg 10 lb
(4.5 kg)
LongErect
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Massachusetts.svg  Massachusetts
Giant Chinchilla [US]
  See also:
    Chinchilla
Kaninchen3.jpg 10–16 lb
(4.5–7.3 kg)
ShortErectChinchilla
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Missouri.svg  Missouri
Giant Havana
  Also called:
    Stor Havana [da]
    Stora Havana [se]
  See also:
    Havana [UK]
    Havana [US]
Image
10–11 lb
(4.6–5 kg)
ShortErect"Dark brown and glossy color. The eyes are brown, but from certain points of view they are ruby red."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Giant Marburger
  Also called:
    Stor Marburger Egern [da]
  See also:
    Marburger Feh [UK]
Image
10–11 lb
(4.6–5 kg)
MediumErect"A grey-blue outer color with a brownish undertone."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Giant Papillon [UK]
  See also:
    Checkered Giant [US]
    Miniature Papillon
Nemecky oborovity strakos.jpg 11–25 lb
(5.0–11.3 kg)
ShortErect[Colored butterfly, eye circles, cheek spots, ear base, saddle, and rump spots; all on a base of white.] "All [BRC] recognised colours are admissible."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Giant Silver
  Also called:
    Stor Sølv [da]
    Stora Sølv [se]
  See also:
    Silver [UK]
    Silver [US]
Image
10–11 lb
(4.6–5 kg)
ShortErect"The entire body has a black base color mixed with hair with white tips that gives the rabbit a silver sheen."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Giant Smoke Pearl
  Also called:
    Stor Zobel [da]
    Stora Zobel [se]
  See also:
    Smoke Pearl
Image
8.8–11.0 lb
(4–5 kg)
ShortErect"A mixture of brown, so-called sepia-colored and beige tones" [with darker points].
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Giza White [17]
Image
5.6–7.6 lb
(2.53–3.45 kg)
ShortErectAlbino
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Golden Glavcot
Image
5–6 lb
(2.3–2.7 kg)
ShortErect
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Gotland Gotlandskanin Vallby.jpg 6.6–9 lb
(3.0–4.1 kg)
ShortErect
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Gouwenaar
Image
5.5–7.1 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"The body color has a light grey-blue tone throughout the body."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Grey Pearl of Halle
  Also called:
    Gris Perle de Hal
    Lille Egern
    Parelgrijze van Halle
Image
5.5–7.1 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"The body color is a light grey-blue tone throughout the body."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Güzelçamlı
Outline of a bunny.svg
5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
ShortErectWhite with chocolate markings
No
No
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey
Harlequin [UK] Harlequin Rabbits.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
ShortErectHarlequin
  (includes: Black, Blue, Brown, Lilac)
Magpie
  (includes: Black, Blue, Brown, Lilac)
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Harlequin [US] Lapin Japonais.jpg 6–9 lb
(2.7–4.1 kg)
ShortErectJapanese
  (includes: Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac)
Magpie
  (includes: Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac)
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Harlequin Dutch
  See main entry:
    Tri-Colour Dutch
Harlequin Rex
  Also called:
    Magpie Rex
    Japanese Rex
Japaner-rex-kaninchen.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Erect[ Same as for Harlequin [UK] ]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Havana [UK]
  See also:
    Giant Havana
Image
5.5–6.5 lb
(2.5–2.9 kg)
ShortErect"A rich, dark chocolate with a purplish sheen, [...] pearl-grey undercolour."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Havana [US]
  See also:
    Giant Havana
OtisHavana.jpg 4.5–6.5 lb
(2.0–2.9 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Broken, Chocolate, Lilac
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Himalayan
  Also called:
    Russian
HimalayanRabbit.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
ShortErectWhite with points of either black, blue, chocolate, or lilac
Yes
Yes
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Holland Lop [US]
  See also:
    Miniature Lop [UK/NL]
Holland lop bunny.JPG 4–6.5 lb
(1.8–2.9 kg)
ShortLopAgouti, Broken, Pointed White, Self Colors, Shaded Colors, Tan Pattern, Ticked, Wide Band
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Hulstlander
Image
4–6 lb
(1.8–2.7 kg)
ShortErectWhite with blue eyes
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Hungarian Giant [18]
Image
11–15 lb
(5–7 kg)
ShortErect[Many]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Isabella
Image
6.6–8.8 lb
(3–4 kg)
ShortErect"The yellowish brown color is 'coated' with a blue veil, caused by blue hair tips. In front of the head there is the 'mask', which when seen from the front, is oval."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Jamora  [ de ]
Image
4.2–5.3 lb
(1.9–2.4 kg)
LongErect"[L]ike [Harlequin or] Japanese. The most common color is black / yellow, but black and white may occur."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Japanese Dutch
  See main entry:
    Tri-Colour Dutch
Japanese White
  Also called:
     日本白色種 [ja]
  Includes:
    ジャンボうさぎ [ja]
    Jumbo Usagi
Stuffed jumbo rabbit.jpg
6.6–22.0 lb
(3–10 kg)
ShortErectAlbino
No
No
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
Jersey Wooly Osterhase.jpg 2.5–3.5 lb
(1.1–1.6 kg)
LongErect[Many]
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of New Jersey.svg  New Jersey
Kabyle
Image
4.4–6.6 lb
(2.0–3.0 kg)
ShortErect[Many]
No
No
Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
Lilac [UK]
Image
5.5–7 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"An even pink shade of dove colour"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Lilac [US]
Image
5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
ShortErect"Pinkish dove-gray"
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Lionhead [UK] Rabbit - Lionhead breed.jpg 3.0–3.7 lb
(1.36–1.7 kg)
LongErect"All [BRC] recognised colour[s] and pattern[s]"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU

Flag of France.svg  France
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium

Lionhead [US] Lapin nain.JPG 3.25–3.75 lb
(1.47–1.70 kg)
LongErectChocolate, Ruby-Eyed White, Seal, Siamese Sable, Tortoise (includes Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac)
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU

Flag of France.svg  France
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium

Liptov Baldspotted Rabbit
  Also called:
    Liptovský lysko
Image
8.8–9.4 lb
(4–4.25 kg)
ShortErectAgouti, Blue-Agouti, or Black
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia
Lynx
  Also called:
    Luchskaninchen
    Lux
Image
5.5–7.1 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"Lux has a wild factor and the outermost part of the hair is light grey. Under this color, the middle color is reddish-brown. The middle color is so high that it shines through the entire color. The entire color therefore appears as a reddish-brown tone 'coated' with a light grey-blue cut."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Marburger Feh [UK]
  Originally named:
    Fee de Marbourg
  Renamed:
    Feh de Marbourg [FR]
[7]
  See also:
    Giant Marburger
Marburger Feh 20061027.jpg 4.15–7.2 lb
(1.88–3.27 kg)
ShortErect[Lilac:] "The top colour is a delicately toned light blue which appears to be covered with a brownish veil."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Mecklenburger Piebald [19]
  Also called:
     Mecklenburger Schecke
Mecklenburger Schecke.jpg 9.9–12.1 lb
(4.5–5.5 kg)
MediumErect"[Broken pattern: mostly solid color with neck, chest, belly, legs. Includes Agouti, Black, Blue, Red, Steel]"
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Meissner Lop Wilhelma Widderkaninchen.jpg 10–12 lb
(4.5–5.4 kg)
ShortLop[Many]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Mellerud rabbit Mellerud rabbit.jpeg 6.6–7.7 lb
(3.0–3.5 kg)
ShortErectAlbino, Black with inexact "Dutch" markings
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Mini Cashmere Lop
  See main entry:
    Miniature Cashmere Lop
Mini Lion Lop
  See main entry:
    Miniature Lion Lop
Mini Lop [US]
  Not to be confused with:
    Miniature Lop [UK/NL]
Sawyerbun1.jpg 5–6 lb
(2.3–2.7 kg)
ShortLop[To be supplied]
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Mini Rex [US]
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Kleinrex .jpg 3–4.5 lb
(1.4–2.0 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
ErectBlack, Blue, Castor, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Himalayan, Lilac, Lynx, Marten, Opal, Otter, Red, Sable, Sable Point, Seal, Tortoise, Red-Eyed White, Blue-Eyed White, Broken (white with any accepted color), Tri-Color (white with one of the following four pairs: Black & Orange, Lilac & Fawn, Chocolate & Orange, Blue & Fawn), Pattern
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Texas.svg  Texas
Mini Satin [US]
  Not to be confused with:
    Miniature Satin [UK]
Satinkaninchen 009.jpg 4 lb
(1.8 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Broken, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Chocolate Agouti, Copper, Himalayan (includes Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac), Opal, Red, Siamese (includes Blue, Chocolate, Lilac), Silver Marten (includes Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac), Squirrel, Tortoise, White
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Michigan.svg  Michigan
Miniature Cashmere Lop
  See also:
    Cashmere Lop
CashmereLop.JPG 3.5 lb
(1.6 kg)
LongLop[same as Cashmere Lop]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Miniature Lion Lop Zashion's Beatrice, Mini Lion Lop.jpg 3.3–3.5 lb
(1.5–1.6 kg)
LongLopChocolate Point
Also: "Any [BRC] colour or pattern [...] apart from the broken pattern."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Miniature Lop [UK/NL]
  Not to be confused with:
    Mini Lop [US]
  See also:
    Holland Lop [US]
Miniature Lop - UK NL.jpg 3.4–3.8 lb
(1.5–1.7 kg)
ShortLop"Any [BRC] colour or pattern [...] apart from the broken pattern."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Miniature Papillon
  Also called:
    Dværgschecke [da]

  See also:
    Giant Papillon [UK]
Image
2.6–4.2 lb
(1.2–1.9 kg)
ShortErectBlack/White, Blue/White, Tri-colour (Black & Gold) [Colored butterfly, eye circles, cheek spots, ear base, saddle, side-body patches, and top of tail; all on a base of white]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Miniature Rex [UK]
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Rexdwerg castor.jpg 3.75–4.5 lb
(1.70–2.04 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Erect"As for Standard Rex."
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Miniature Satin [UK]
  Not to be confused with:
    Mini Satin [US]
Jeunes satin ivoire yeux bleus.JPG 4–5 lb
(1.8–2.3 kg)
ShortErectIvory
No
Yes
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Michigan.svg  Michigan
Moshtohor [1]
  Also called:
    Line M
Image
5.3–8.6 lb
(2.40–3.91 kg)
ShortErectYellowish-Brown, White, or Grey
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Netherland Dwarf Ro pool gilberte.jpg 1.1–2.5 lb
(0.50–1.13 kg)
ShortErect[Many]
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
New Zealand [US] Kaninchen1.jpg 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Broken, Red, White
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
New Zealand red [UK] Rode nieuwzeelander Ram.jpg 8 lb
(3.6 kg)
ShortErect"Bright golden red or reddish gold with sheen"
No
Yes
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
New Zealand white [UK] NewZealandWhiteRabbit.jpg 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, White
No
Yes
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of California.svg  California
Nitransky [1]
Image
7.7–12.1 lb
(3.5–5.5 kg)
ShortErect[White with diluted "Californian" markings]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia
Opossum
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Image
6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
Rex
 Curly
  Long
Erect"Any [BRC-]recognised colour."
No
Yes
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland
Orange [20]
Image
5.5–7.1 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect" A strong and warm yellow-red outer color."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Orylag®  [ fr ] [21] [22]
  Also called:
    Rex du Poitou
Image
5.5 lb
(2.5 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Erect[Many]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Ørestad
Image
5.5–7.1 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErectRuby-Eyed White
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Palomino PalBuckSide-small.jpg 10–11 lb
(4.5–5.0 kg)
ShortErectGolden, Lynx
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Washington.svg  Washington
Pannon White
Image
5–10 lb
(2.3–4.5 kg)
ShortErectWhite
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Perlfee
Image
5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
ShortErect"Blue Agouti"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Plush Lop (Miniature)
  See also:
    Rex [US]
1,0 Rexzwergwidder Blau 7 Mon..jpg 3.7–4.0 lb
(1.7–1.8 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Lop"Any colour and pattern accepted by the [BRC] apart from the broken pattern."
No
No
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
Plush Lop (Standard)
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Image
5.1–5.7 lb
(2.3–2.6 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Lop"Any colour and pattern accepted by the [BRC] apart from the broken pattern."
No
No
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
Pointed Beveren
  See also:
    Beveren
Rabbit DSC00382.JPG 7 lb
(3.2 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Brown, Lilac
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Polish [UK]
  See also:
    Britannia Petite [US]
Britannia Petite.jpg 2.5 lb
(1.1 kg)
ShortErect[Includes >25 different colors/patterns] [lower-alpha 10]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Polish [US] Rabbit - Polish breed - White with Red Eyes - from Japan.jpg 2.5–3.5 lb
(1.1–1.6 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Blue-Eyed White, Broken, Chocolate, Red-Eyed White
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Rex [US]
  Originally called:
    Castorrex
  Sometimes called:
    Standard Rex
  NOTE: To see all breeds with rex fur,
  sort on the "Fur Type" column.
45-rex-castor.jpg 6–10.5 lb
(2.7–4.8 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Erect[Over 19 stated colors/patterns] [lower-alpha 11]
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Rex du Poitou
  See main entry:
    Orylag
Rhinelander
  See also:
    Rhinsk Schecke [da] [23]
Rhinelander.jpg 9–10 lb
(4.1–4.5 kg)
ShortErectWhite with coloured butterfly patterns
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Rhone  [ de ]
  Also called:
    Rhön
Image
5.5–7.1 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"A white/black rabbit whose color/pattern is intended to resemble the surface of a birch tree."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Russian
  See main entry:
    Himalayan
Sachsengold  [ de ]
  Also called:
    Saxon Gold
[24]
Sachsengold1.jpg 6.1–7.2 lb
(2.75–3.25 kg)
ShortErectChestnut
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Sallander
Image
5–9 lb
(2.3–4.1 kg)
ShortErect
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
San Juan
Image
3–5 lb
(1.4–2.3 kg)
ShortErectAgouti
No
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Washington.svg  Washington
Satin [UK]
  See also:
    Miniature Satin [UK]
Satin castor.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
MediumErect[Includes >33 different colors/patterns] [lower-alpha 12]
No
Yes
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Indiana.svg  Indiana
Satin [US]
  See also:
    Mini Satin [US]
Satijn konijn ivoor.jpg 9.5–10 lb
(4.3–4.5 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Broken, Californian, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Copper, Lilac(under development), Otter, Red, Siamese, White
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Indiana.svg  Indiana
Satin Angora White Satin Angora Rabbit.jpg 6.5–9.5 lb
(2.9–4.3 kg)
LongErect[White or Colored]
Yes
No
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Schwarzgrannen [UK]  [ de ]
Image
4.41–7.17 lb
(2.00–3.25 kg)
ShortErect"[P]ure white [with] black ticking"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Separator [DE]
  See also:
    Beige [UK]
    Czech Solver [CZ]
Lustic2.JPG 6.6–8.3 lb
(3–3.75 kg)
ShortErect[sandy colored]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
Siamese Sable Siamesenkaninchen.jpg 5–7 lb
(2.3–3.2 kg)
ShortErectLight Siamese Sable, Medium Siamese Sable, Dark Siamese Sable
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Siberian
Image
5–7 lb
(2.3–3.2 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Brown, Lilac
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Silver [UK]
  See also:
    Giant Silver
Kaninchen2.jpg 5–6 lb
(2.3–2.7 kg)
ShortErectBlue, Brown, Fawn, Grey
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Silver [US]
  See also:
    Giant Silver
Kleinsilber schwarz.JPG 4–7 lb
(1.8–3.2 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Brown, Fawn
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Silver Fox [UK]
  See main entry:
    FoxSilver [UK]
Silver Fox [US] Eithel, black Silver Fox doe.jpg 9–12 lb
(4.1–5.4 kg)
LongErectBlack, Blue(under development), Chocolate(under development)
Yes
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Ohio.svg  Ohio
Silver Marten
  Also called:
    Beloresavec [sl]
     Weißgrannen [de]
  See also:
    Big Silver Marten
Marten Rabbit.jpg 9.5 lb
(4.3 kg)
ShortErectBlack, Blue, Chocolate, Sable
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Simenwar [25]
Outline of a bunny.svg
2.95 lb
(1.337 kg)
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Slovenian Rabbit [1]
  Also called:
    Slovenski kunec [si]
Image
6.6–11.0 lb
(3–5 kg)
ShortErect"Blue velvet" with "yellowish-brown" substrate and flecking. [Similar to the "St Hubert" hairshaft?] "The tail and belly are white, and the eyes are brown."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia
Smoke Pearl
  Also called:
    Sinisoopeli [fi]
    Zobel blå [sv] [26]
    Zobel blue [da]
  See also:
    Giant Smoke Pearl
Image
5–7 lb
(2.3–3.2 kg)
ShortErectMarten type ["smoke in colour, shading to pearl grey beige" with certain white touches, including eye circles] or
Siamese type [same but with no white touches]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Spanish Giant
Image
12.5–15 lb
(5.7–6.8 kg)
ShortErect
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
Squirrel
Image
5–7 lb
(2.3–3.2 kg)
ShortErect
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Standard Chinchilla [US]
  See also:
    Chinchilla
Kaninchen3.jpg 5–7.5 lb
(2.3–3.4 kg)
ShortErectChinchilla
Yes
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Standard Rex
  See main entry:
    Rex [US]
Stone rabbit
  Also called:
     Steenkonijn [27] [nl]
Image
6.1 lb
(2.75 kg)
ShortErectHaaskleur ("hare" = red agouti), Konijngrijs ("rabbit grey" = grey agouti), Ijzergrauw ("iron grey" = steel agouti)
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Sussex
Image
7–8 lb
(3.2–3.6 kg)
ShortErect[Shaded] Cream, [Shaded] Gold
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Swedish Fur
  Also called:
    Svensk Pels
Image
6.6–8.2 lb
(3–3.7 kg)
ShortErect"Glossy black with evenly spaced white hair."
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Swedish Hare
  Includes the breed prev. named:
    Elfin
TanElfinrabbit.JPG 5 lb
(2.3 kg)
ShortErectAll colors and markings are acceptable
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Swiss Fox Voskonijn-Feh.jpg 5–8 lb
(2.3–3.6 kg)
LongErect
No
Yes
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland
Tadla
Image
4–5 lb
(1.8–2.3 kg)
ShortErectAgouti
No
No
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
Tan
  Also called:
    Feu Noir [FR]
State fair 06 029.jpg 4–6 lb
(1.8–2.7 kg)
ShortErectBlack & Tan, Blue & Tan, Chocolate & Tan, Lilac & Tan
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Teddy Dwarf
  Also called:
     Teddyzwerg [DE]
Teddyzwerg.jpg 1.8–3.7 lb
(0.8–1.7 kg)
LongErect[Many]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Teddy Lop
  Also called:
     Teddywidder [DE]
Teddywidder.jpg 2.9–4.4 lb
(1.3–2.0 kg)
LongLop[Many]
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Thrianta Thrianta.JPG 6 lb
(2.7 kg)
ShortErectChestnut
Yes
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Thuringer
  Also called:
    Thüringer
Lapin-chamois-de-thuringe SDA2014.JPG 9 lb
(4.1 kg)
ShortErect[Sable with dark points]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Tri-Colour Dutch
  Also called:
    Harlequin Dutch
    Japanese Dutch
HollaenderJapanerfarbig.jpg 4–5 lb
(1.8–2.3 kg)
ShortErect[Tri-Colour Dutch markings] [lower-alpha 13]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Tri-Colour English Reinscheck bunny.jpg 6–8 lb
(2.7–3.6 kg)
ShortErect[Tri-Colour English markings] [lower-alpha 14]
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Trønder
Image
8.8–13.2 lb
(4–6 kg)
ShortErect"The color is shiny black with evenly distributed white hair. The white hairs are white in their full length"
No
No
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
V-line [1]
  Also called:
    Line V
Outline of a bunny.svg
7.3 lb
(3.32 kg) [28]
No
No
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Velveteen Lop
  See also:
    Rex [US]
Image
5–6.5 lb
(2.3–2.9 kg)
Rex
 Straight
  Short
Lop[Includes "all patterns and colors of the English Lop breed"] [7]
No
No
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Vienna Coloured Grauer Wiener 03.jpg 7.7–11.6 lb
(3.5–5.25 kg)
MediumErectAgouti, Black, Blue
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria
Vienna White Weisser Wiener.JPG 7.7–11.6 lb
(3.5–5.25 kg)
ShortErect"[P]ure white [...] very lustrous"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria
Wheaten
Image
5.5–7 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"Wheaten (the fawn or pale yellow colour of wheat)"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
Wheaten Lynx
Image
5.5–7 lb
(2.5–3.2 kg)
ShortErect"Orange-shot-silver"
No
Yes
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
White Country
  Also called:
    Hvid Land [da] [29]
     Hvit Land [no]
    Vit Lant [se] [30]
8.4–10.1 lb
(3.8–4.6 kg)
ShortErectAlbino
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Zemmouri [31]
Image
4.0–6.4 lb
(1.8–2.9 kg)
ShortErect[Black with "Dutch" markings]
No
No
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
Zika
Image
7.1 lb
(3.2 kg)
ShortErectAlbino
No
No
Flag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany

Scope

The table of modern-day rabbit breeds includes those that are:

Rare breeds [lower-roman 1] are denoted with pink highlighting.

Terminology

Confusion sometimes arises regarding the name of a rabbit breed versus the name of a rabbit's color/pattern (or fur type). For example, Harlequin is the name of a breed whose color/pattern is known as harlequin. (This usage may have arisen from the Harlequin character, who, like this rabbit, always wears a motley-colored check-patterned coatand suggests that the rabbit may be equally impish.) The harlequin color/pattern is found now in a different breed of rabbit: the Tri-Colour Dutch, also known as the Harlequin Dutch. Such evolutions in terminology pertain also to some fur types, where (for example) the Rex breed has rex fur, one new variety of which appears in the unusually "rexed" Astrex rabbit breed.

It is sometimes difficult to ascertain which came first, the breed name or the color/pattern name (or fur-type name). What is certain is that in such situations the two at some point were synonymous but subsequent developments in other breeds (likely hinging on similar genetic changes) have caused the terms to diverge.

The definition of a distinct breed relies on clusters of complex individual gene-setsclusters that may include the gene-set for a body type, the gene-set for an ear type, the gene-set for a color/pattern, and/or the gene-set for a fur type. The determination of when a group of rabbits is considered to have become a new breed (as a result of overarching genetic distinction) is left, in the following table, to the authority of ARBA, the BRC, or other reputable source.

Extinct rabbit breeds

Certain rabbit breeds, though now extinct, contributed strongly to the development of a modern-day breed. Little may be known of the extinct breed and in some cases the only records are extracts in old breed books.

Breed name
[lower-roman 2]
Image
[lower-roman 3]
Size
[lower-roman 4]
Fur
type
[lower-roman 5]
Ear
type
[lower-roman 6]
Colors & markings
[lower-roman 7]
Origin
[lower-roman 10]
Ancestor
of the
modern
[lower-roman 11]
BeaverSilky & luxurious coat
Blanc de ChaunySnow white
Blanc de L'Oural8–10 lb
(3.6–4.5 kg)
AlbinoFlag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
Golden Fawn New Zealand red
Old English RedFlag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
PatagonianFlag of Europe.svg  EU Flemish Giant
Petite BrabanconFlag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Dutch
Rouennais8–10 lb
(3.6–4.5 kg)
ShortErectFlag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of France.svg  France
French Lop
SitkaLongFlag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of England.svg  England
Swan16–20 lb
(7.3–9.1 kg)
Brown, GreyFlag of Europe.svg  EU
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK
Flag of the Isle of Man.svg  Isle of Man

Explanatory footnotes

  1. 1 2 Rare here denotes a breed currently included in the BRC's "Rare Varieties Club" [6] or (because ARBA does not designate rarity) The Livestock Conservancy's "Conservation Priority List". [32] For breeds not recognized by either ARBA or the BRC, the designation of rarity is left to the conclusion of the cited authority.
  2. 1 2 Breed name here is the nameand in the form of the namethat is recognized by the authority of record. Other well-known forms of the breed name may be secondarily included. When different countries use a different name for the same breed of rabbit, that is noted.
  3. 1 2 Image strives to display a specimen of the breed that depicts its distinguishing attributes.
  4. 1 2 Size listed here is the range of allowed weights or is a single measurement representing either the ideal weight or the average weight. Sizes refer to that of adult animals. All measurements listed come from the breed standard or other authoritative source.
  5. 1 2 Fur type is here categorized as Short, Medium, Long, RexStraightShort, RexCurlyShort, RexCurlyMedium or RexCurlyLong.
  6. 1 2 Ear type is here categorized as either Erect or Lop .
  7. 1 2 Colors & markings listed here include (verbatim) those currently recognized by ARBA or the BRC, or as described by the cited authority (in which case they are surrounded by quotation marks). Information in [square brackets] is a summary of the source material. Unless otherwise indicated, the color is a "self" color.
  8. ARBA recognized? is listed as Yes or No indicating whether the breed is currently recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association, according to the ARBA website [3] or their Standard of Perfection 2016-2020. [4]
  9. BRC recognized? is listed as Yes or No indicating whether the breed is currently recognized by the British Rabbit Council, according to the BRC website [5] or their Breed Standards 2016-2020. [6]
  10. 1 2 Origin listed here is the country or geographic area in which the breed was first considered to have become distinct. The information in this column comes almost exclusively from the work of rabbit-breed historian Bob D. Whitman [7]
  11. Ancestor of the modern includes notable modern-day breeds that were developed, in part, from the extinct breed.

Citation footnotes

  1. For the Argente Bleu, the BRC states: "Undercolour lavender blue, body colour bluish white, [...] interspersed with longer dark blue hairs to give a distinct bluish effect."
  2. For the Argente Brun [UK], the BRC states: "Undercolour as deep brown as possible, body colour brownish-white, the whole evenly and moderately interspersed with longer dark brown hairs to give a distinct brownish effect when viewed from a distance."
  3. For the Argente Brun [US], ARBA states: "Surface color is to be an even silvered or frosted chocolate brown throughout. While evenness is stressed, slightly darker muzzle butterfly, ears and feet are desirable. Longer, dark brown guard hairs are to be evenly interspersed over the entire pelt. The under color is to be a rich chocolate ideally carried right to the skin."
  4. For the Argente Crème, the BRC states: "Undercolour orange [...] body colour creamy white [...] interspersed with longer orange hairs to give a distinctly creamy effect."
  5. For the Argente de Champagne, the BRC states: "The main body to be bluish white in the adult, interspersed with longer jet black guard hairs to bring out the shade termed Old Silver[italics added] when viewed from a distance. The ears, nose and muzzle may be a slightly darker shade. The belly and underside of the tail more matt[e]. Undercolour to be dark slate blue extended down to the base of the hair shaft. A blackish delimitation band immediately under the top colour is permissible."
  6. For the Argente Noir, the BRC states: "Undercolour deep slate blue, body colour greyish white,[...] interspersed with longer black hairs to give a distinct 'old silver' effect."
  7. For the Argente St Hubert, the BRC states: "Under colour to be dark blue at the base with rich orange intermediate band together with a very narrow chestnut top band. [...] Body colour to be a creamy white [...] interspersed with jet black guard hairs to give a creamy chestnut shade."
  8. For the Cashmere Lop, the BRC recognizes five groups of colors/patterns: Self Colours(includes Black, Blue, Blue-Eyed White, Chocolate, Lilac, Red-Eyed White),Agouti Patterns(includes Agouti, Chinchilla, Cinnamon, Lynx, Opal, Squirrel),Shaded Colours(includes Beige, Bluepoint, Chocolate Torte, Iron Grey, Sable, Sealpoint, Siamese, Siamese Smoke, Sooty Fawn),Tan Patterns(includes Fox-Black, Fox-Blue, Fox-Chocolate, Fox-Lilac, Otter-Black, Otter-Blue, Otter-Chocolate, Otter-Lilac, Marten Sable, Marten Smoke),Other Colours(includes Butterfly, Fawn, Orange, Steel), and "Any other [BRC] colour [...] excluding Broken Pattern."
  9. For the Champagne d'Argent, ARBA states: "[...] the surface color should be as near the color of skimmed milk, old silver, or light ultramarine (meaning washed out blue) as is possible. Fur over entire body should carry a liberal sprinkling of longer black guard hairs."
  10. For the Polish [UK], the BRC recognizes seven groups of colors/patterns: Self Colours(includes Black, Blue, Brown, Lilac, White),Shaded Self Colours(includes Sable Siamese, Smoke Pearl Siamese),Agouti Patterns(includes Agouti, Chinchilla, Cinnamon, Lynx, Opal, Red Agouti, Squirrel),Tan Patterns(includes Tans, Foxes, Otter, Sable Marten, Smoke Pearl Marten),Marked(includes Himalayan), Other Colours(includes Fawn, Orange, Steel, Tortoiseshell [or Sooty Fawn]), andAny Other Variety("To follow normal pattern.").
  11. For the Rex [US], ARBA recognizes the following colors: Amber, Black, Blue, Broken (includes all dual colors [any plus white], plus four tri-colors the following pair plus white]: Black & Golden Orange, Lavender Blue & Golden Fawn, dark Chocolate Brown & Golden Orange, Dove Gray & Golden Fawn), Californian, Castor, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Lilac, Lynx, Opal, Otter (includes Black Otter, Blue Otter, Chocolate Otter, Lilac Otter), Red, Sable, Seal, White.
  12. For the Satin [UK], the BRC recognizes: Argente d’Champagne, Argente Bleu, Argente Brun, Argente Crème, Beige, Black, Blue, Bronze, Brown, Castor, Chinchilla, Cinnamon, Fawn, FoxBlack, FoxBlue, FoxChocolate, FoxLilac, Havana, Himalayan, HimalayanBlue, HimalayanRex, Ivory, Lilac, Lynx, Opal, Orange, Sable (Marten), Sable (Siamese), Seal Pointed, Smoke Pearl (Marten), Smoke Pearl (Siamese), Sooty Fawn, Squirrel, [and any other BRC colour or pattern].
  13. For the Tri-Colour Dutch, the BRC states: "Ideally one cheek to be orange -the other cheek black with ears black on orange side and orange on black cheek side. Blaze is white. It commences as a point starting from near the ear roots and gradually widens evenly passing between the eyes on to the neck and nape. This white must be as wide as possible. Must not pass between the ears. The saddle must make a true ring around the body and be placed 2-3cm (3/4-1¼in) behind the front feet. The coloured half must be 2-3cm (3/4-1¼in) banded as regularly as possible with alternating bands of black and orange. Stops an evenly cut pair, clearing the toes, and finishing no more than halfway along the foot."
  14. For the Tri-Colour English, the BRC states (in part): "Marking/Pattern to be a mixture of Black and Orange or Blue and Yellow [either combination: with White]. Each part of the marking/pattern to be bi-coloured, with the exception of the cheek spots which may be single coloured. Perfect Butterfly Smut. Circle around eyes. Cheek spots to be clear from eye circles. Unbroken Saddle, to be herring-boned and clear in any distinct colour, from base of ears to tip of tail. Body or loin markings to be broken up and not to catch the saddle. Chain markings, to be as even as possible on each side. Leg markings, one distinct spot on each leg. Ideal - The markings on both sides of the rabbit to be equally balanced. Chain markings, to commence at the base of the ears in small spots, increasing in size towards the loins."

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