Determining the efficacy of camera traps, live capture traps, and detection dogs for locating cryptic small mammal species

Morgan Thomas, Lynn Baker, James Beattie & Andrew Baker
Metal box (e.g., Elliott, Sherman) traps and remote cameras are two of the most commonly employed methods presently used to survey terrestrial mammals. However, their relative efficacy at accurately detecting cryptic small mammals has not been adequately assessed. The present study therefore compared the effectiveness of metal box (Elliott) traps and vertically oriented, close range, white flash camera traps in detecting small mammals occurring in the Scenic Rim of eastern Australia. We also conducted a...
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