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McCollister, M.F., J.M. Josimovich, A.L. Fitzgerald, D.K. Jansen, and A.F. Currylow. 2021. Native mammalian predators can depredate adult Burmese Pythons in Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 20(2):N55-N59. https://bioone.org/journals/southeastern-naturalist/volume-20/issue-2/058.020.0205/Native-Mammalian-Predators-Can-Depredate-Adult-Burmese-Pythons-in-Florida/10.1656/058.020.0205.full.
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Reference Number: 37887
Type: Journal Article
Author: McCollister, M.F., J.M. Josimovich, A.L. Fitzgerald, D.K. Jansen, and A.F. Currylow
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Native mammalian predators can depredate adult Burmese Pythons in Florida
Journal Name: Southeastern Naturalist
Volume: 20
Issue: 2
Pages: N55-N59
URL: https://bioone.org/journals/southeastern-naturalist/volume-20/issue-2/058.020.0205/Native-Mammalian-Predators-Can-Depredate-Adult-Burmese-Pythons-in-Florida/10.1656/058.020.0205.full
Keywords: impact, predation, Burmese Python, Florida Black bear, Bobcat, Python bivittatus, Ursus americanus floridanus, Lynx rufus, Everglades, intraguild predation
DOI: 10.1656/058.020.0205
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