The rainfall data considered for each monthly sampling referred to the rainfall observed in the three weeks preceding traps collection, plus the week the pitfall
traps were operating.
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Analyzing the requirements of the product and user environment will get the job done right the first time, which is much faster than doing it over several times (see Pitfall
Collection Methods - Gibbons and Semlitsch (10) stated that pitfall
traps in association with terrestrial drift fences are an effective method for sampling herpetofaunal communities, but recent studies have utilized both pitfall
and funnel trap types in order to attain a more complete community survey (11, 12, 13, 14).
This case illustrates potential pitfalls
in diagnosing melioidosis, which requires clinical and laboratory awareness and knowledge of its geographic distribution.
same location, 9 August, 2005, uncovered dry pitfall
is that legislators may try to cut a deal with Schwarzenegger to link support for his redistricting plan to a sneak effort to bump up term limits.
traps captured the fewest numbers of individuals and species and were the only trap type to have different, although not significant, capture rates between seasons.
This is one of the most seductive and common pitfalls
for new leaders, according to the authors.
While some opportunities exist, a number of pitfalls
also are apparent.
To add to the possible confusion surrounding PALs, two popular tax preparation software programs fail to appropriately explain the potential pitfall
Gibbons & Semlitsch (1981) compared drift fences equipped with pitfall
traps to hand collecting in South Carolina.