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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 21, Number 1, 2014

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Board of Editors/indicia page  
RESEARCH ARTICLES  
Rapid Colonization of the Potomac River Drainage by the Rainbow Darter (Etheostoma caeruleum) Following Introduction
Jason F. Cessna, Richard L. Raesly, Jay V. Kilian, Daniel A. Cincotta, and Robert H. Hilderbrand
1
The Influence of Recreational Crabbing Regulations on Diamondback Terrapin By-catch
Amy J. Upperman, Timothy M. Russell, and Randolph M. Chambers
12
White Pine Restoration in a Mesic Forest: 3-year Results
Stacie A. Holmes and Christopher R. Webster
23
Vegetation Communities of a Coal Reclamation Site in Southeastern Ohio
Nicole Cavender, Shana Byrd, Catherine L. Bechtoldt, and Jenise M. Bauman
31
Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) of Gardiners Island, Suffolk County, New York
John S. Ascher, Sarah Kornbluth, and Robert G. Goelet
47
Bat Activity, Insect Biomass, and Temperature Along an Elevational Gradient
Stacy J. Wolbert, Andrew S. Zellner, and Howard P. Whidden
72
Offshore Acoustic Monitoring of Bats in the Gulf of Maine
Trevor S. Peterson, Steven K. Pelletier, Sarah A. Boyden, and Kristen S. Watrous
86
Life-history Aspects of Thoburnia rhothoeca (Torrent Sucker) in Southwestern Virginia
Alexandra Tarasidis and Steven L. Powers
108
Impact of Predation by the Invasive Crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus on Survival of Juvenile Blue Mussels in Western Long Island Sound
Diane J. Brousseau, Ronald Goldberg, and Corey Garza
119
Observations on Oriental Weatherfish (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus), an Exotic Species in the Hudson River Valley, New York
Robert E. Schmidt and Alec J. Schmidt
134
Characteristics of Two Mineral Springs in Northern Maine
Ray B. Owen, Jr., Jerry R. Longcore, and Stephen A. Norton
146
   
NOTES  
A Quadrat-sieve System for Sampling Freshwater Mussels Using SCUBA
Donald F. McAlpine and Mary C. Sollows
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Occurrence of the Copse Snail, Arianta arbustorum (Helicidae), on Prince Edward Island: An Addition to the North American Range of a Purported Potential Pest
Donald F. McAlpine and Robert G. Forsyth
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Rare Extra-pair Copulation in Downy Woodpeckers
James S. Kellam
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First Observation of the Eastern Sand Darter (Ammocrypta pellucida) in Raccoon Creek (Ohio River Basin) in southeastern Ohio in 57 Years
Robert L. Hopkins II and Brian Zimmerman
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SPECIAL SECTION: PAPERS FROM NENHC 2013  
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Long-term Impacts of Controlled Burns on the Ant Community (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of a Sandplain Forest in Vermont
Valerie S. Banschbach and Emily Ogilvy
NENHC-1
Targeted Sampling Increases Knowledge and Improves Estimates of Ant Species Richness in Rhode Island
Aaron M. Ellison and Elizabeth J. Farnsworth
NENHC-13
Proportion of Hosts Carrying Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, Causal Agent of Amphibian Chytridiomycosis, in Oswego County, NY in 2012
Sofia T. Windstam and Jennifer C. Olori
NENHC-25
Secondary Forest Succession in a Post-agricultural Landscape in the Hudson Valley, New York
Emily W.B. Russell Southgate and John E. Thompson
NENHC-35
Dynamics of Boreal Birds at the Edge of Their Range in the Adirondack Park, NY
Michale J. Glennon
NENHC-51
Late-season Patrolling Behavior and Flash Patterns of Female Photuris lucicrescens Barber (Coleoptera: Lampyridae)
Christopher M. Heckscher
NENHC-72
   
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