Data from: Telemetry tails: A practical method for attaching animal-borne devices to small vertebrates in the field

Kate A. Cornelsen, Cassandra M. Arkinstall, Jason Van Weenen, Alexandra K. Ross, Jasmin C. Lawes, Katherine E. Moseby, Andrew Elphinstone & Neil R. Jordan
Context. Continued miniaturisation of tracking technology increases its utility in animal applications. However, species morphology often dictates the type of animal-borne device (ABD) that can be used, and how it is attached. The morphology of species within Peramelemorphia preclude them from the standard collar attachment of ABDs for terrestrial mammals. Aims. This paper describes a method for the tail-mount attachment of ABDs, and deployment results for Peramelemorphia across arid, semi-arid, and temperate Australia to (a)...
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