Dispersal, home-range size, and habitat use of an endangered land snail, the Oregon forestsnail (Allogona townsendiana)
Abstract:Terrestrial molluscs have declined globally, often as a result of habitat loss and fragmentation. Many land snails are poor dispersers and exist in isolated habitat patches. The Oregon forestsnail (
Keywords: Allogona townsendiana; Oregon forestsnail; conservation; dispersal; dispersion; domaine vital; déplacement; endangered species; escargot forestier de Townsend; espèce en voie de disparition; habitat use; harmonic radar; home range; movement; radar harmonique; utilisation d’habitat
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Department of Biology, Trinity Western University, Langley, BC V2Y 1Y1, Canada.
Publication date: 2012-07-19
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