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Ensatina eschscholtzii nests at a managed forest site in Oregon.Author(s): D.H. Olson; R.S. Nauman; L.L. Ellenburg; B.P. Hansen; S.S. Chan
Source: Northwestern Naturalist. 87: 203-208
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe first Ensatina nests are described for Oregon. Fourteen nests were found during implementation of a forest density management project, seven before and seven after harvest. Nest detections are presented relative to search effort, salamander capture rates, and downed wood availability.
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CitationOlson, D.H.; Nauman, R.S.; Ellenburg, L.L.; Hansen, B.P.; Chan, S.S. 2006. Ensatina eschscholtzii nests at a managed forest site in Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist. 87: 203-208
KeywordsEnsatina, salamander, nests, downed wood, relative abundance, forest management
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