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The Southeastern Naturalist is valued by the academic, agency, NGO, and private-sector research and conservation community as a respected and trusted source for natural history science related to all aspects of the biology, ecology, and conservation of terrestrial, freshwater, and marine organisms and the environments of the southeastern Unites States.

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Direct Observation of Muskrat Feeding on Crayfish
Susan B. Adams and Rebecca L. Rosamond

Documenting Wild Turkey Breeding Patterns in North Carolina with Camera Traps
Jordan Donini and Will Selman

Documenting Wild Turkey Breeding Patterns in North Carolina with Camera Traps
Chase Carey, Ashley Lohr, and Roland Kays

Thrips (Insecta: Thysanoptera) Associated with Two species of Live Birds (Cardinalis cardinalis and Zenaida macroua) in Northeast Arkansas
Andrew D. Sweetand David Stanford-Beale

Extralimital Occurrences of Southeastern Myotis in Alabama and Georgia
Mattea A. Lewis, Emily A. Ferrall, Joseph S. Johnson, Katrina M. Morris, Nicholas W. Sharp, Jonathan M. Stober, Kaitlyn E. Torrey, and Andrew J. Edelman

A Species Bioprofile for the Asian Water Monitor (Varanus salvator)
Venetia Briggs-Gonzalez, Paul Evans, Cassidy Klovanish, and Frank J. Mazzotti

A Camera-trap Survey Targeting Herpetofauna at Naval Air Station, Key West, Florida
Nova J. Silvy, Roel R. Lopez, Cristian N. Lopez, Jewel A. Uzquiano, Philip A. Frank, and Wendy Wheatley-Techmer

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

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

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