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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 20, Number 2, 2013

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  
Why Does A Hawk Build With Green Nesting Material?
Bernd Heinrich
209
Abundance and Distribution of Purple Sandpipers (Calidris maritima) Wintering in Maine
Glen H. Mittelhauser, Lindsay Tudor, and Bruce Connery
219
A Comparative Study of Wetland Vegetation in the Ausable and Boquet River Watersheds
Meiyin Wu and Dennis Kalma
229
Spatial Ecology of Fiddler Crabs, Uca pugnax, in Southern New England Salt Marsh Landscapes: Potential Habitat Expansion in Relation to Salt Marsh Change
Yi Chuan Luk and Roman N. Zajac
255
Increased Springtail Abundance in a Garlic Mustard-Invaded Forest
Anne B. Alerding and Roy M. Hunter
275
History and Current Status of the Black Bear in Kentucky
David E. Unger, John J. Cox, Hannah B. Harris, Jeffery L. Larkin, Ben Augustine, Steven Dobey, Joseph M. Guthrie, John T. Hast, Rebekah Jensen, Sean Murphy, Jason Plaxico, and David S. Maehr
289
Bat Species Diversity in the Boreal Forest of Northeastern Ontario, Canada
Stephen C. Mills, Amanda M. Adams, and R. Dean Phoenix
309
Prevalence of Ranavirus in Virginia Turtles as Detected by Tail-Clip Sampling versus Oral-Cloacal Swabbing
Rachel M. Goodman, Debra L. Miller, and Yonathan T. Ararso
325
When Do Peepers Peep? Climate and the Date of First Calling in the Spring Peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) in Southeastern New York State
Gary M. Lovett
333
The Odonata of Wayne County, MI: Inspiration for Renewed Monitoring of Urban Areas
Julie A. Craves and Darrin S. O’Brien
341
Color and Container Size Affect Mosquito (Aedes triseriatus) Oviposition
Gary Joseph Torrisi and W. Wyatt Hoback
363
   
NOTES  
Tufted Titmouse Entangled in the Burrs of Beggar’s Lice (Hackelia virginiana)
Todd J. Underwood and Robyn M. Underwood
372
   
Noteworthy Books 375

 

 

 

 

 

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