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Summer habitat use and home-range analysis of the endangered Indiana batAuthor(s): Jennifer M. Menzel; W. Mark Ford; Michael A. Menzel; Timothy C. Carter; James E. Gardner; James D. Garner; Joyce E. Hofmann
Source: Journal of Wildlife Management. 69(1): 430-436.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationMenzel, Jennifer M.; Ford, W. Mark; Menzel, Michael A.; Carter, Timothy C.; Gardner, James E.; Garner, James D.; Hofmann, Joyce E. 2005. Summer habitat use and home-range analysis of the endangered Indiana bat. Journal of Wildlife Management. 69(1): 430-436.
Keywordscorridors, Euclidean distance analysis, habitat use, riparian habitat
- Review of the forest habitat relationships of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis)
- Indiana myotis, Myotis sodalis
- Indiana Bat, Myotis Sodalis, Maternity Roosts in the Southern United States
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