Do insects bias studies of coyote diets?

Hong Seomun, Melody Harrington, Philip Gipson, John Baccus

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Abstract

The evaluation of factors such as selective consumption of scats by insects, that may introduce significant bias into the use of scats in determination of coyote diets is important because of the widespread acceptance of scat contents as credible indicators of foods consumed by coyotes.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRolling Plains Quail Research Ranch Foundation
StatePublished - Nov 2020

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