Jump to Main Content
- Milam, Joan C.; Litvaitis, John A.; Warren, Alena; Keirstead, Donald; King, David I.
- Northeastern naturalist 2018 v.25 no.3 pp. 437-459
- Sylvilagus transitionalis; bees; color; ecological function; flowers; fluorescence; gravel pits; habitats; landscapes; natural history; protocols; rapid methods; species diversity; traps; New Hampshire
- ... We examined the abundance and species richness of bees at 10 sites managed for Sylvilagus transitionalis (New England Cottontail Rabbit) in southeastern New Hampshire. In 2015, we sampled bees using a streamlined bee-monitoring protocol (SBMP) developed for rapid assessment of bee communities, and in 2015 and 2016, we employed bee bowls (modified pan traps) painted fluorescent blue, yellow, or whi ...
- Krzton-Presson, Amy; Davis, Brett; Raper, Kirk; Hitz, Katlyn; Mecklin, Christopher; Whiteman, Howard
- Northeastern naturalist 2018 v.25 no.3 pp. 418-436
- North Americans; Phragmites australis; biogeochemical cycles; body size; ecological function; environmental impact; fish; food webs; frogs; habitat conservation; herbicides; hydrochemistry; invasive species; monitoring; stable isotopes; streams; turtles; wetland plants; wetlands; wildlife; wildlife management; Kentucky
- ... Effective management of wetlands often involves the suppression of invasive species, and understanding the ecological consequences of management efforts is an important goal. A non-native strain of Phragmites australis (Common Reed; hereafter Phragmites) is aggressively invading North American wetlands, and the species has been shown to alter hydrology and impact aquatic organisms. Clear Creek Wil ...