Fisher predation on Canada lynx in the Northeastern United States

@article{McLellan2018FisherPO,
  title={Fisher predation on Canada lynx in the Northeastern United States},
  author={Scott R. McLellan and Jennifer H. Vashon and Erica L. Johnson and Shannon M. Crowley and Adam D. Vashon},
  journal={The Journal of Wildlife Management},
  year={2018}
}
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