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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 26, Number 3, 2019

Contents. Click on the hotlinked titles to view open-access first pages with abstracts.

Front cover  
Inside front cover  
Board of Editors/indicia page  
RESEARCH ARTICLES  
The Bee Fauna of Coastal Napatree Point and Two Inland Sites in Southern Rhode Island
Aya Rothwell and Howard S. Ginsberg
446
Development of a DNA Barcoding Protocol for Fungal Specimens from the E.C. Smith Herbarium (ACAD)
Alexander P. Young, Rodger C. Evans, Ruth Newell, and Allison K. Walker
465
Patterns of Provisioning in Known-aged Spizella pusilla (Field Sparrow): A Multi-year Study
Jennie M. Carr, Maren E. Gimpel, and Daniel M. Small
484
Climate Change and Mountaintop-Removal Mining: A MaxEnt Assessment of the Potential Threat to West Virginian Fishes
Lindsey R.F. Hendrick and Daniel J. McGarvey
499
An Assessment of the Geographic Distribution and Status of a Rare Dragonfly, Rhionaeschna mutata, at the Northwestern Edge of its Range
Emily Gaenzle Schilling, Ron Lawrenz, and Holly Kundel
523
The Butterflies (Lepidoptera) of an Isolated Island: Monhegan, Maine
Ernest H. Williams
537
The Density of the Lyme Disease Vector Ixodes scapularis (Blacklegged Tick) Differs Between the Champlain Valley and Green Mountains, Vermont
David Allen, Benjamin Borgmann-Winter, Laura Bashor, and Jeremy Ward
545
Advancing Leaf-out and Flowering Phenology is not Matched by Migratory Bird Arrivals Recorded in Hunting Guide’s Journal in Aroostook County, Maine
Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Jason Johnston, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, William Sheehan, Robert Pinette, and Richard Primack
561
Is “Pishing” Tantamount to Mobbing? Black-capped Chickadees Respond Similarly to Human Pishing and Conspecific Mobbing Calls in Rural and Suburban Forests
Mark Kerstens, Aaron M. Grade, and Paige S. Warren
580
Development of an Ecoregional Floristic Quality Assessment Method for the Northeastern United States
Don Faber-Langendoen, Don Cameron, Arthur V. Gilman, Kenneth J. Metzler, Richard M. Ring, and Lesley Sneddon
593
Eviction Notice: Observation of a Sterna hirundo (Common Tern) Usurping an Active Sternula antillarum (Least Tern) Nest
Georgia J. Riggs, Jeffery D. Sullivan, Kayla M. Harvey, Dimitri A. Pappas, Jennifer L. Wall, Peter C. McGowan, Carl R. Callahan, Craig A. Koppie, and Diann J. Prosser
609
Home Range and Habitat Use of West Virginia Canis latrans (Coyote)
Lauren L. Mastro, Dana J. Morin, and Eric M. Gese
616
A Survey of Terrestrially Active Salamanders from Two Different Woodlands at the Powdermill Nature Reserve, Pennsylvania
Walter E. Meshaka Jr., Cordelia G. Lindsay, Andrew L. Mack, and Malcolm L. McCallum
629
Tick Burdens in a Small-Mammal Community in Virginia
Leah R. Card, William J. McShea, Robert C. Fleischer, Jesús. E. Maldonado, Kristin Stewardson, Michael G. Campana, Patrick A. Jansen, and Justin M. Calabrese
641
Adult Survival of Common Eiders in Maine
R. Bradford Allen, Daniel G. McAuley, and Guthrie S. Zimmerman
656
A Phylogeny of Marstonia lustrica (Pilsbry 1890) (Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae) Across its Range
Thomas W. Coote
672
Loss of a Foundation Species, Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), May Lead to Biotic Homogenization of Fungal Communities and Altered Bacterial Abundance in the Forest Floor
Aliza Fassler, Jesse Bellemare, and Danielle D. Ignace
684
NOTES  
Predation of Dragonfly Nymphs by Passerines
Ashley C. Kennedy, Harold B. White III, and Douglas W. Tallamy
N21
Trumpeter Swan Killed by Gray Wolf in Minnesota
Thomas D. Gable, Steve K. Windels, Austin T. Homkes, Greg Robertson, and Eleni K. Verveniotis
N27
Observation and DNA Confirmation of a Fisher (Pekania pennanti) Hunting and Killing a Muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus)
Sean M. Johnson-Bice , Steve K. Windels, and Kristine L. Pilgrim
N31
Observation of a Cambarus bartonii bartonii (Common Crayfish) Overwintering in a Terrestrial Winter Microhabitat
Sean M. Hartzell
N35
Observations of Double Brooding and Inbreeding of Piping Plovers on Fire and Westhampton Islands, New York
Samantha G. Robinson, Henrietta A. Bellman, Krista Thyberg, James D. Fraser, Daniel H. Catlin, and Sarah M. Karpanty
N38
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