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Effects of the Argentine Ant on Arthropod Fauna of Hawaiian High‐Elevation Shrubland
Human-caused biological invasions by an alien species are a worldwide phenomenon. They are particularly significant on isolated oceanic islands and represent a serious threat to endemic biota. TheExpand
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Influence of Supplemental Feeding on a Vole Population
Densities and demography of prairie voles ( Microtus ochrogaster ) vary widely in different habitats, and dramatic, cyclical changes in population densities occur. We provided high qualityExpand
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A SYNOPSIS OF DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS AND THE CONSERVATION OF MAMMAL SPECIES
The 26 orders of living mammals occur in a variety of habitats; 97.5% of the species occupy terrestrial while only 2.5% inhabit marine environments. The most recent complete compilation lists 136Expand
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Felis margarita (Carnivora: Felidae)
Abstract: Felis margarita Loche, 1858 is a felid commonly called the sand cat. It is 1 of 6 species in the genus Felis. One of the smallest of the wild cats, Felis margarita, is adaptedExpand
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Effectiveness of multiple-capture live traps for field behavioral studies of microtine rodents
Use of multiple-capture live traps in routine demographic studies provides data concerning social organization and potential interactions between individuals, data not otherwise available fromExpand
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