Small mammals, with their numerous adaptations, have successfully inhabited most biotic communities. Interactions arising from competition among small mammals in these communities may lead to a rather complex social organization with poorly defined boundaries which limit the movement of individuals. Important among these are territorial boundaries sometimes established by small mammals to protect all or part of their home range.
College and Department
Life Sciences; Plant and Wildlife Sciences
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Flake, Lester Dennis, "Small mammal invasion of a trapped-out habitat" (1966). Theses and Dissertations. 7684.
Ecology; Animal ecology