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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 15, Number 3, 2008

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Additional Records of Deep-sea Fishes from off Greater New England
Karsten E. Hartel, Christopher P. Kenaley, John K. Galbraith, and Tracey T. Sutton
Assessment of Genetic Divergence between Lacustrine and Riverine
Smallmouth Bass in Lake Erie and Four Tributaries

W. Calvin Borden
Stepwise Increases in Maximum Prey Size of Larval Creek Chubs,
Semotilus atromaculatus, in an Urbanized Ohio Stream

Stacey A. Ward and Miles M. Coburn
Seasonal Habitat Use of Brook Trout and Juvenile Atlantic Salmon in a Tributary of Lake Ontario
James H. Johnson
Status and Distribution of Fish in an Acid-impacted Watershed of the Northeastern United States (Hubbard Brook, NH)
Dana R. Warren, Gene E. Likens, Donald C. Buso, and Clifford E. Kraft
Possible Effect of Lock and Dam 19 on Phytoplankton Communities of the Upper Mississippi River
Susan T. Meiers, Sean E. Jenkins, and Richard V. Anderson
Cyanotoxins in Tidal Waters of Chesapeake Bay
Peter J. Tango and Walt Butler
Demography of an Island Population of Spotted Turtles (Clemmys guttata) at the Species’ Northern Range Limit
Dan J. Reeves and Jacqueline D. Litzgus
Home Range and Movement of Blanding’s Turtles (Emydoidea blandingii) in New Hampshire
Robin J. Innes, Kimberly J. Babbitt, and John J. Kanter
The Potential of Uncut Patches to Increase the Nesting Success of Grassland Songbirds in Intensively Managed Hayfields: A Preliminary Study From the Champlain Valley of Vermont
Roger J. Masse, Allan M. Strong, and Noah G. Perlut
Spring Migration and Roost Selection of Female Myotis leibii in Maryland
Joshua B. Johnson and J. Edward Gates
A Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) in Minnesota, and Historical Reports of Other Pit Vipers Unexpected in the Upper Midwest
Philip A. Cochran
The Behavior of the Seaside Dragonlet, Erythrodiplax berenice (Odonata: Libellulidae), in a Maine Salt Marsh
W. Herbert Wilson, Jr.
Bird Feeders and the Spatial Distribution of Ticks on a Residential Lawn in Worcester County, Massachusetts
John P. Kowalczyk and Tamara L. Smith
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