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A Hair Sampling Tube for the Detection of Small Mammals in Trees

GC Suckling

Australian Wildlife Research 5(2) 249 - 252
Published: 1978

Abstract

Small baited tubes of pvc piping lined with a double-sided adhesive tape and attached to trees have been used successfully to detect the small mammals Antechinus stuartii and Petaurus breviceps in eucalypt forests of south Gippsland, Vic. The hair sampling technique has generally been more successful than trapping for the detection of A. stuartii and about as successful as spotlighting for the detection of P. breviceps. The suitability of the technique for detecting shy species such as Acrobates pygmaeus and Cercartetus nanus is at this stage uncertain.



Full text doi:10.1071/WR9780249

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