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In 2011 through 2013, when nests were found, notes were kept on whether it held eggs or hatchlings at the time of discovery, and how it was found. Ammodramus savannarum ammolegus (commonly referred to as the Arizona Grasshopper Sparrow) occurs in the desert and plains grasslands of southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, and northern Sonora, Mexico. Although a subspecies of conservation concern, this data was produced as part of the first intensive study of its life history and breeding ecology, providing baseline data and facilitating comparisons with other North American Grasshopper Sparrow subspecies. This study is described in the publication listed in the larger work citation of this metadata record.
Plasticity in maturity and fecundity of yellow perch, Perca flavescens (Mitchill): Comparisons of stunted and normal-growing populations
Introduction of freshwater fish and crayfish species in the Camargue: history, origins and changes in assemblages
Traditional Knowledge of the Ecology of Beluga Whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in the Eastern Chukchi and Northern Bering Seas, Alaska
Management and Conservation of Temperate Reef Fishes in the Grouper-Snapper Complex of the Southeastern United States
Comparative expression of life-history traits and its relationship to the numerical dynamics of four populations of the least killifish
Reproductive potential of the lithodids Lithodes santolla and Paralomis granulosa (Anomura, Decapoda) in the Beagle Channel, Argentina.