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|Title: ||Trapping data for Microtus pennsylvanicus|
|Authors: ||Boonstra, Rudy|
|Issue Date: ||17-Oct-2005|
|Abstract: ||100 trap points spaced 7.6 m apart in a 10 X 10 pattern. This grid was live-trapped from July 4-6, 1978 to May 19-21, 1982. Initially it was trapped every two weeks throughout the year but near the end of the study, only in the snow free periods. The main trap used was the Longworth live trap. From the
summer of 1979 onwards it was also trapped with pitfall traps (May-November).
The following publications have reported various aspects of this data. The primary
one which describes the site and its vegetation and gives an aerial shot of the area is Boonstra and Rodd (1983).|
|Rights: ||IMPORTANT NOTICE:
TO USERS OF THIS DATA ALL DATA WAS COLLECTED THROUGH THE CONSIDERABLE EFFORTS OF THE RESEARCHERS CONTRIBUTING TO IT. WHILE
THE DATA CAN BE USED FOR NEW ANALYSES, Contact should be main to the collector of this data prior to publication and ACKNOWLEDGEMENT MUST BE EXPLICITLY MADE AS TO THE COLLECTOR AND CONTRIBUTOR OF THESE DATA.|
|Appears in Collections:||Biology|
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