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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 15, Number 4, 2008

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Influence of Acorn Mast on Allegheny Woodrat Population Trends in Virginia
Michael T. Mengak and Steven B. Castleberry
Distribution Patterns of Sciurus niger (Eastern Fox Squirrel) Leaf Nests Within Woodlots Across a Suburban/Urban Landscape
Carmen M. Salsbury
Use of Residual Forest by Snowshoe Hare in a Clear-cut Boreal Landscape
Martin-Hugues St-Laurent, Marianne Cusson, Jean Ferron, and Alain Caron
Ectoparasite Prevalence in Myotis lucifugus and M. septentrionalis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) During Fall Migration at Hayes Cave, Nova Scotia
Joseph A. Poissant and Hugh G. Broders
Spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) Associated with Seed Heads of Sarracenia purpurea (Sarraceniaceae) at Acadia National Park, Maine
Daniel T. Jennings, Bruce Cutler, and Bruce Connery
Landscape Position Influences the Distribution of Garlic Mustard, an Invasive Species
Kevin Burls and Charles McClaugherty
Biogeography of Stream Fishes in Connecticut: Defining Faunal Regions and Assemblage Types
Yoichiro Kanno and Jason C. Vokoun
Fish Movement Among Lakes: Are Lakes Isolated?
Robert A. Daniels, Richard S. Morse, James W. Sutherland, Robert T. Bombard, and Charles W. Boylen
Adult Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) Avoid Attachment to Mesh Materials
Ashley E. Porter and J. Ellen Marsden
The Appalachian Inferno: Historical Causes for the Disjunct Distribution of Plethodon nettingi (Cheat Mountain Salamander)
Thomas K. Pauley
Decline of a New Hampshire Bicknell’s Thrush Population, 1993–2003
J. Daniel Lambert, David I. King, John P. Buonaccorsi, and Leighlan S. Prout
Behavioral Responses of Eastern Gray Squirrels in Suburban Habitats Differing in Human Activity Levels
Christopher A. Cooper, Allison J. Neff, David P. Poon, and Geoffrey R. Smith
A Population Crash of the Red-backed Vole (Myodes gapperi) in Nova Scotia Inferred from Bycatch of the Long-tailed Shrew (Sorex dispar)
Aaron B.A. Shafer and Donald T. Stewart
Weather-related Tree Swallow Mortality and Reduced Nesting Effort
Paul J. Hess, Carl G. Zenger, and Robert A. Schmidt
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