Trapping Efficiency, Demography, and Density of an Introduced Population of Northern Watersnakes, Nerodia sipedon, in California

@inproceedings{Rose2013TrappingED,
  title={Trapping Efficiency, Demography, and Density of an Introduced Population of Northern Watersnakes, Nerodia sipedon, in California},
  author={Jonathan P Rose and Oliver J. Miano and B. D. Todd},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Northern Watersnakes, Nerodia sipedon, have been introduced into California's Central Valley and pose an important new challenge for the management of biodiversity in the state's already greatly distressed freshwater ecosystems. Nonnative watersnakes will likely compete with federally threatened Giant Gartersnakes, Thamnophis gigas, and prey on native amphibians and fish, including young salmonids, many of which are imperiled. We used three types of aquatic funnel traps and three… Expand
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