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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 27, Number 3, 2020

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Diet of Striped Bass in the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence (Canada) with Emphasis on the Spring Spawning Aggregation
John Mark Hanson
Data Recovery from Old Filing Cabinets: Seasonal Diets of the Most Common Demersal Fishes in the Miramichi River Estuary (Atlantic Canada), 1991–1993
John Mark Hanson and Simon C. Courtenay
The Ecology and Distribution of Stylurus spiniceps (Walsh, 1862) (Odonata: Gomphidae)
Jack R. McLachlan and Hamish S. Greig
Changes in the Migration Phenology of Massachusetts Birds 1940–2013 in Relation to Temperatures along the Atlantic Flyway
Caitlin M. Cunningham, Jason D. Luscier, Erica A. Mackey, Corey A. Palmer, Daniel R. Bolster, Anna L. Valentine, and Donald A. McCrimmon Jr.
Status and Distribution of Cisco (Coregonus artedi) and Lake Whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) in Inland Lakes of Wisconsin
Kathryn M. Renik, Martin J. Jennings, Jeffrey M. Kampa, John Lyons, Timothy P. Parks, and Greg G. Sass
Demography of Meadow and Spotted Knapweed Populations in New York
Lindsey R. Milbrath and Jeromy Biazzo
Movements of Juvenile Winter Flounder in a Southern Maine Estuary
Lars J. Hammer, Nathan B. Furey, Woon Yuen Koh, and James A. Sulikowski
High-frequency Data for Temperature and Oxygen Reveal the Potential for Stressful Conditions for Fish in a Southern New England Impoundment
Coleman Macuch and Jennifer L. Klug
Growth Rates for Quahogs (Mercenaria mercenaria) in a Reduced Nitrogen Environment in Narragansett Bay, RI
Sandra B. Robinson, Autumn Oczkowski1, M. Conor McManus, Marnita Chintala, and Suzanne Ayvazian
Field-site Characteristics of Sorex dispar Batchelder (Long-tailed Shrew) in Previously Uncharacterized Regions of New Brunswick
Jessica A. Haines and Daniel M. Keppie
Acoustic Evidence of Hoary Bats (Lasiurus cinereus) on Newfoundland, Canada
Darrian P. Washinger, Raymond Reid, and Erin E. Fraser
Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Rockwood Park, New Brunswick: An Assessment of Species Richness and Habitat
Aaron D. Fairweather, Jake H. Lewis, Laura Hunt, M. Alex Smith, and Donald F. McAlpine
Observations of Snakes Associated with Active Nests of Allegheny Mound Ant (Formica exsectoides) in Northeastern Pennsylvania
Sebastian A. Harris and Amy M. Savage
Chaenothecopsis ochroleuca, Haematomma ochroleucum, and Multiclavula vernalis reported for the first time from Maine
Hayley A. Paquette, Kenya Gates, and R. Troy McMullin
Hypogeous, Sequestrate Fungi (Genus Elaphomyces) Found at Small-mammal Foraging Sites in High-elevation Conifer Forests of West Virginia
Corinne A. Diggins, Michael A. Castellano, and W. Mark Ford
Black Beach—Not for the Birds: The Significance of Black Beach, New Brunswick, Canada, as a Feeding and Stopover Site for Migratory Dragonflies
Jake H. Lewis
Interspecific Territorial Behavior of Two Mourning Cloaks (Nymphalis antiopa) in Response to a Diurnally Active Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus)
Nicholas M. Anich, J. Paul White, and Stephen E. Anich
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