Survival , movement , and resource use of the butterfly Parnassius clodius JUL

@inproceedings{Auckland2004SurvivalM,
  title={Survival , movement , and resource use of the butterfly Parnassius clodius JUL},
  author={Julia N. Auckland and Diane M. Debinski and William Roberts Clark},
  year={2004}
}
1. A mark–recapture study was conducted on the American Apollo butterfly Parnassius clodius Menetries during three field seasons (1998–2000) to examine its movement patterns over the course of a season within a sagebrush meadow in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, U.S.A. The study examined how resources affected butterfly distribution patterns and used mark–recapture data to gain insight into movement differences between sexes and over time. 2. The average straight-line movement of P. clodius… CONTINUE READING
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