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GENOTYPING OF "CAPTURED" HAIRS REVEALS BURROW-USE AND RANGING BEHAVIOR OF SOUTHERN HAIRY-NOSED WOMBATS
Journal of Mammalogy
The southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons) is a cryptic, primarily nocturnal marsupial, for which behavioral information is notably lacking. Animals that are difficult to observe can be identified and tracked by individual-specific genotypes obtained from remotely collected DNA sources; wombats are excellent candidates for such an approach because freshly plucked hair is easily captured at burrow entrances. Twice a year during 1999-2001, we employed an intensive remotedoi:10.1644/05-mamm-a-287r2.1 fatcat:6zcnstalrvcobohymg5utufwyq