2021
DOI: 10.1007/s13364-021-00612-4
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Short-term extra food supply effects on detectability of two rodent species in Pampean agroecosystems, Argentina

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“…For example, detectabilities of Pacific rats (Rattus exulans) by live-traps were higher in winter (when food was scarce) than in autumn on Great Barrier Island (Gronwald and Russell 2020). Similarly, Gorosito et al (2022) reported a decrease in detectability of native Azara's grass mouse (Akodon azarae) by live-traps in Argentina after an artificial addition of food supply in the field, but the effect was species-specific and not found in yellow pygmy rice rat (Oligoryzomys flavescens).…”
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confidence: 96%
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“…For example, detectabilities of Pacific rats (Rattus exulans) by live-traps were higher in winter (when food was scarce) than in autumn on Great Barrier Island (Gronwald and Russell 2020). Similarly, Gorosito et al (2022) reported a decrease in detectability of native Azara's grass mouse (Akodon azarae) by live-traps in Argentina after an artificial addition of food supply in the field, but the effect was species-specific and not found in yellow pygmy rice rat (Oligoryzomys flavescens).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Similarly, Gorosito et al . (2022) reported a decrease in detectability of native Azara’s grass mouse ( Akodon azarae ) by live-traps in Argentina after an artificial addition of food supply in the field, but the effect was species-specific and not found in yellow pygmy rice rat ( Oligoryzomys flavescens ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%