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Effect of Patch Size and Habitat Variables on Small Rodents Population in Urban Woods

Effect of Patch Size and Habitat Variables on Small Rodents Population in Urban Woods

Hyun-Ju Cho1, Eun-Jae Lee2 and Shin-Jae Rhim3*

1Department of Landscape Architecture, Daegu University, Kyungsan, South Korea
2Urban Planning Research Group, Daejeon Sejong Research Institute, Daejeon, South Korea
3School of Bioresource and Bioscience, Chung-Ang University, Ansung, South Korea
 
* Corresponding author: sjrhim@cau.ac.kr

Fig. 1.

Relationship between the number of small rodent species and patch size (A) and between the total number of captured individuals and patch size (B) in the urban woods of Daejeon, Korea from May to June 2020; number were obtained with a simple regression analysis.

Fig. 2.

Relationship between the number of captured small rodents and patch size in the urban woods of Daejeon, Korea from May to June 2020; numbers were obtained with the simple regression analysis. (A) A. agrarius; (B) A. peninsulae.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

October

Vol. 54, Iss. 5, Pages 2003-2500

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