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Southeastern Naturalist Volume 21, Number 2, 2022

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RESEARCH ARTICLES  
Distribution and Roost Site Selection of Eastern Small-footed Bats (Myotis leibii) in Mountains of West-central Arkansas
Valerie M. Kearny, Roger W. Perry, Thomas S. Risch, and Virginie Rolland
74
Comparison of the Relative Abundance of Potential Prey to the Diet of the Louisiana Pine Snake (Pituophis ruthveni)
Alyssa A. Broussard, Justin D. Hoffman, Eddie K. Lyons, and Frederick LeMieux
93
Changes in the Forest Bat Community After Arrival of White-Nose Syndrome in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas
Roger W. Perry and Phillip N. Jordan
107
Winter Bird Population Study (WBPS) in an Urban Habitat at Rockingham, North Carolina: Methodological Considerations
Douglas B. McNair
116
Georgia Distribution and Characterization of Species Within the Eurycea quadridigitata Complex
Sean P. Graham, Donald Walker, Crystal Kelehear, John B. Jensen, Khorizon Dunn, and Craig Guyer
125
Population Characteristics of the Etheostoma pallididorsum Distler and Metcalf (Paleback Darter), a Narrowly Distributed Endemic in the Ouachita Highlands, Arkansas
Brittany L. McCall and Brook L. Fluker
140
Using Morphological, Genetic, and Venom Analyses to Present Current and Historic Evidence of Crotalus horridus x adamanteus Hybridization on Jekyll Island, Georgia
Chad M. Harrison, Joseph Colbert, Collin J. Richter, Preston J. McDonald, Lauren M. Trumbull, Schyler A. Ellsworth, Michael P. Hogan, Darin R. Rokyta, and Mark J. Margres
158
NOTES  
Molecular Identification of an Avian Predator of Mimetic Salamanders
Todd W. Pierson, Jasmyne Blake-Sinclair, and Benjamin Holt
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Two Invasive Reptile Species Cohabitate in an Active Nest of the Endangered Key Largo Woodrat (Neotoma floridana smalli)
Katherine C. King, Matthew Willson, Jeremy Dixon, and Michael V. Cove
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