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This density corresponds to the current recommendation for mass trapping fruit flies in Haiti.
Trapping honeybees gathered pollen and factors affecting yields.
That is, when a small mammal approached a trapping station, it did not have a choice between chlorinated or non-chlorinated traps (Yunger and Randa, 1999) or between a weakly scented or strongly scented trap treated with Lysol (Van Horn and Douglass, 2000).
This was possibly due to the greater trapping efficiency of the bottle-traps coupled with the undulating nature of the field, the greatest catch size being recorded at the highest elevation.
Olfaction is important in the social biology of small mammals (Stoddart 1974) and residual odors from small mammals in traps have been reported to enhance trapping efficacy (Drickamer 1984; Tobin and others 1994).
Low temperature (< 300 mK) trapping data has been collected over a number of different experimental conditions chosen to probe potential origins of the systematic shift.
Trapping also threatens other animals that refuges are intended to protect, including waterfowl, raptors and threatened and endangered species.
In small mammal trapping efforts, researchers often rely on three trap types: Sherman box traps, pitfall traps, and snap traps.
During the 3 years before the last peak of disease (1997-1999), we monitored bank vole populations by trapping and screening antibodies.
D'Amato also raises the most famous carnivorous plant of all, the Venus flytrap: when insects brush against the flytrap's "trigger hairs," the plant's "jaws" snap shut, trapping hapless insects inside.
4%) had either severed (nine) or injured (three) tails caused by trapping efforts from the previous evening.
Reasons for trapping generally fall into three categories," says Paul Hall, marketing director at IGC-Polycold Systems Inc.
The emotional content of trapping and being trapped, it seems, is endlessly variable, and it has as little to do with unity of function as do the various shapes and materials through which that function can be achieved.
Millions of Canadian tax dollars are spent protecting the leghold trap, the fur industry and to conduct cruel trap research, alleges an animal rights group carrying out what it describes as an "international education campaign" to stop trapping.
For a heavily forested northern city of 3,004 square kilometres, maybe it shouldn't be surprising that fur trapping is a way of life for many people in Timmins.