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antlered

[ant-lerd] /ˈænt lərd/
adjective
1.
having antlers.
2.
decorated with antlers.
Origin
1810-1820
1810-20; antler + -ed3
Related forms
unantlered, adjective
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  • Males use their horns in aggressive encounters reminiscent of battles between horned or antlered mammals.
  • The annual antlered deer bag limit is one deer for archery and muzzleloader seasons combined.
  • Hunters who take one antlerless deer then one antlered deer may take another antlerless deer if time permits.
  • The bag limit is one antlered deer for all archery and firearms seasons combined on these areas.
  • No more than one antlered buck may be taken per day.
  • Hunters could take one deer per license for a total of either two antlerless deer or one antlered and one antlerless deer.
  • Hunters are reminded that muzzleloader hunting for antlered deer is legal in all counties open to muzzleloader season.

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