Zapus eDNA detection data

Jacque Lyman, Daniel Sanchez, Samantha Hershauer, Colin Sobek, Carol Chambers, Jennifer Zahratka & Faith Walker
The New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus) is a riparian obligate species native to the southwestern United States. The species was listed endangered in 2014 due to habitat loss by over-grazing, wildfire, and recreation. Jumping mice move through streamside, herbaceous vegetation, and may leave behind cells suitable for environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis. Use of eDNA to detect the presence of the animal from vegetation can complement current survey approaches (live capturing, track plating,...
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