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“…Low-effort methods of monitoring such as footprint tracking are important when studying low-density or cryptic species that are difficult to detect by traditional methods (van Winkel 2008;Russell et al 2009; Footprint tracking tunnels (King & Edgar 1977) are routinely used in New Zealand to detect the presence of, and index the density of, small, introduced mammals (Blackwell et al 2002). Many tracking tunnels also record the prints of other taxa that walk through them, including invertebrates and herpetofauna (Watts et al 2008;Russell et al 2010;Watts et al 2011). Recently, tracking tunnels have been shown to be an effective method for detecting and monitoring invertebrates (Watts et al 2008;Watts et al 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Low-effort methods of monitoring such as footprint tracking are important when studying low-density or cryptic species that are difficult to detect by traditional methods (van Winkel 2008;Russell et al 2009; Footprint tracking tunnels (King & Edgar 1977) are routinely used in New Zealand to detect the presence of, and index the density of, small, introduced mammals (Blackwell et al 2002). Many tracking tunnels also record the prints of other taxa that walk through them, including invertebrates and herpetofauna (Watts et al 2008;Russell et al 2010;Watts et al 2011). Recently, tracking tunnels have been shown to be an effective method for detecting and monitoring invertebrates (Watts et al 2008;Watts et al 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%