Movement Patterns of Adult and Juvenile Rana sylvatica ( LeConte ) and Ambystoma maculatum ( Shaw ) in Three Restored Seasonal Pools in Maine

@inproceedings{Vasconcelos2005MovementPO,
  title={Movement Patterns of Adult and Juvenile Rana sylvatica ( LeConte ) and Ambystoma maculatum ( Shaw ) in Three Restored Seasonal Pools in Maine},
  author={Daniel Fernando Pereira Vasconcelos and ARAM and J. Karthikeyan and Calhoun},
  year={2005}
}
—Research on amphibian movement patterns can aid in strengthening amphibian conservation strategies. Yet for many species, there remain substantial gaps in our knowledge of such movement patterns. From 1999–2002, we documented movement patterns to and from breeding pools of both adult and juvenile Rana sylvatica LeConte (Wood Frog) and Ambystoma maculatum Shaw (Spotted Salamander) by using drift fence arrays at three restored vernal pools in Maine to lend insight into conservation strategies… CONTINUE READING
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