A comparative assessment of methods of individual tracking within a population of Microtus agrestis (Mammalia : Muridae).

Author Johns, A.D.
Citation Johns, A.D. (1979). A comparative assessment of methods of individual tracking within a population of Microtus agrestis (Mammalia : Muridae). Journal of Zoology, London, 189: 333-338.

Abstract

Studies of spatial arrangement in small mammal populations are usually based on the results of live-trapping, which is recognized as limiting in an investigation of this sort. The present paper examines the feasibility of two alternative methods using a population of Microtus agrestis as the test case.

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