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for Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science Vol. 129 Issue 2, Sum 2013
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Small mammal bait preferences and population status of were studied in Great Smoky Mountains National Park during the summer of 2010. The three main objectives were to explore the effects that weather and habitat have on small mammal bait preferences; explore the longer-term effects of drought on species numbers and diversity; and document the presence of M. nivalis in the Park.
The authors report on several crayfish species that are expanding their range, either coming in from other states or moving into new territory within the state. Some life history and taxonomic notes for several of the species are included.