Genetic analysis using Bayesian statistics suggest that the magnitude and direction of gene flow among Nova Scotia subpopulations may have shifted 1 - 3 generations from trends seen over the long term. Petrie, S. Population ecology of the common Snapping Turtle, Chelydra serpentina, in north-central Ontario.
Public use of most forest access roads in this region is not regulated and therefore the level of road mortality risk on public access logging roads is likely similar to that of cottage roads. Herman and I.
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LeClair, A. Nesting ecology and hatching success in the turtle Emydoidea blandingii. Ashpole This is a gross underestimate of actual adult loss during that time, since surveys were only conducted during spring rather than across an entire active season. Tucker, and J. Ng, K.