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Mule deer fecal group counts related to site factors on winter range

Mule deer fecal group counts related to site factors on winter range

Journal of Range Management 25(1): 66-68

Counts in 1963-5 of mule deer faecal groups were related to 32 site factors on a Colorado winter range from 5710 to 8800 ft alt. Purshia tridentata density and utilization accounted for the greatest variation in faecal group counts and was the major food species.

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Accession: 026999218

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DOI: 10.2307/3896669

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