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- Parrish, Glen Richard, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Molluscan research 2018 v.38 no.1 pp. 56-76
- Gastropoda; cliffs; fauna; genetic variation; habitats; islands; mortality; philopatry; radar; snails; transponders; New Zealand
- ... Between 1997 and 2003 mortality and yearly movements including homing (philopatry) of long-lived Placostylus ambagiosus and P. hongii land snails were studied when left in situ or exchanged between nearby sites in New Zealand. Harmonic radar transponders, attached to shells, increased recapture rates but might have increased emigration. Manipulation (translocation exchanges vs. control) caused no ...