Woodmeadow Small Mammal Survey 2015-2017
Vertebrates (small mammals) recorded from fifty Longworth traps placed in a variety of habitats across the site, baited with wheat, peanuts, sunflower seeds, carrots and blowfly pupae, with a ball of hay for bedding.
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Records collected to establish the biodiversity of the wood-meadow as it develops over time.
There is a high level of confidence in the quality of all aspects of data capture: the data source, processing, validation and record collation. The majority of the data have been collected by professional entomologists and identified by them or acknowledged authorities where required.
The records are from August 2015 to August 2017, two survey days per year. The records are of specimens collected and identified in the field.
Three Hagges Wood-Meadow, near Riccall, North Yorkshire, small mammal survey 2015-2017, Woodmeadow Trust (2019)
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