The Canadian Field-Naturalist

A peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing ecology, behaviour, taxonomy, conservation, and other topics relevant to Canadian natural history.


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Vol 132, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Editorials

Introduction to the Special Issue on herpetology in Canada
William D. Halliday, David C. Seburn
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1-3

Articles

Terry Power, John Gilhen
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8-17
Patrick D. Moldowan, Ronald J. Brooks, Jacqueline D. Litzgus
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20-24
William D. Halliday, Gabriel Blouin-Demers
25-29
Dana M. Eye, Jared R. Maida, Owain M. McKibbin, Karl W. Larsen, Christine A. Bishop
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30-35
Patrick T. Gregory, Daniel R. Farr
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36-42
David M. Green, Katharine T. Yagi
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46-52
Brian G. Slough, Alexander deBruyn
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53-57
Robert J. Lennox, William M. Twardek, Steven J. Cooke
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61-66

Notes

John Gilhen, Terry Power
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4-7
David Seburn
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18-19
Donald F. McAlpine, John Gilhen
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43-45
David L. LeGros
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58-60

Book Reviews

"Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of New York State, Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Society, Volume 27" by David Werier, 2017. [book review]
Holly Bickerton
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67-68
"Flora of Florida Volume 5 (Dicotyledons, Gisekiaceae through Boraginaceae)" by R.P. Wunderlin, B.F. Hansen, and A.R. Franck, 2018. [book review]
Daniel F. Brunton
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68
"Islands of Grass" by Trevor Herriot, photography by Branimir Gjetvaj, 2017. [book review]
Daniel F. Brunton
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69
"Lady Beetles of the Northwest Territories" by Environment and Natural Resources, 2018. [book review]
Paul Catling
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70
"Naïades et exuvies des libellules du Quebec : clé de determination des genres" by Raymond Hutchinson et Benoit Ménard, 2016. [book review]
Paul Catling
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71-72
"A Field Guide to Insects of the Pacific Northwest" by Robert Cannings, 2018. [book review]
William D. Halliday
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73
"A Natural History Study of Leech (Annelida: Clitellata: Hirudinida) Distributions in Western North America North of Mexico" by Peter Hovingh, 2016. [book review]
Paul Catling
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74-75
"The Inner Life of Animals: Love, Grief and Compassion – Surprising Observations of a Hidden World" by Peter Wohlleben, translated from the German by Jane Billingshurst, 2017. [book review]
Tony Gaston
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76
"The Subjugation of Canadian Wildlife: Failures of Principle and Policy" by Max Foran, 2018. [book review]
Tony Gaston
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77
"Half-Earth: Our Planet’s Fight for Life" by Edward O. Wilson, 2017. [book review]
William D. Halliday
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78
"Best Places to Bird in the Prairies" by John Acorn, Alan Smith, and Nicola Koper, 2018. [book review]
Cyndi M. Smith
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79
"Deep Into Yellowstone: A Year’s Immersion in Grandeur and Controversy" by Rick Lamplugh, 2017. [book review]
Jonathan Way
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80-81
New Titles
Barry Cottam
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82-84

News and Comment

 
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85-86

Club Reports

Minutes of the 139th Annual Business Meeting (ABM) of the Ottawa Field-Naturalists’Club 9 January 2018
 
87-94
The Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club Awards for 2017, presented February 2018
 
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95-98