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 2 (2018)

Open Access Open Access  Restricted Access Subscription Access

Table of Contents

Cover
 
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Editorials

The publications of Francis Cook
David C. Seburn, William D. Halliday
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99-102

Articles

Shane R. de Solla, Jaclyn A. Gugelyk
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103-107
Kelsey A. Marchand, Christopher M. Somers, Ray G. Poulin
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108-119
Alyson Karson, Siow Yan Jennifer Angoh, Christina M. Davy
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122-125
Tera L. Edkins, Christopher M. Somers, Mark C. Vanderwel, Miranda J. Sadar, Ray G. Poulin
126-139
G. Lawrence Powell, Peter Peller, Anthony P. Russell
140-149
Nicholas A. Cairns, Pamela L. Rutherford, Drew J. Hoysak
150-162
Karen R. Rashleigh, Michael Crowell
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163-167
Matthew R. Atkinson-Adams, Christopher J. Price, Garry J. Scrimgeour, Cynthia A. Paszkowski
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168-175
Jonathan D. Choquette, Eric A. Jolin
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176-190

Notes

Christina M. Davy, Juliana Skuza, Amelia K. Whitear
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120-121

Book Reviews

"Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution" by Aaron M. Elison and Lubomír Adamec, 2018. [book review]
Emma Bocking
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191-192
"Amazing Arachnids" by Jillian Cowles, 2018. [book review]
Stephen A. Marshall
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192-193
"Beetles: The Natural History and Diversity of Coleoptera" by Stephen A. Marshall, 2018. [book review]
Randy Lauff
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193
"The Green Menace: Emerald Ash Borer and the Invasive Species Problem" by Jordan D. Marché II, 2017. [book review]
Tyler Smith
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194-195
"Seabird Colonies of British Columbia: A Century of Changes" by Michael S. Rodway, R. Wayne Campbell, and Moira J.F. Lemon, 2017. [book review]
William J. Crins
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195-196
"North American Ducks, Geese & Swans Identification Guide" by Frank S. Todd, 2018. [book review]
Cyndi M. Smith
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196-197
"The Birds of Nunavut, Volume 1: Nonpasserines, Volume 2: Passerines" by James M. Richards and Anthony J. Gaston, 2018. [book review]
Bill Montevecchi
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197-198
"Wildlife of the Arctic" by Richard Sale and Per Michelsen, 2018. [book review]
William D. Halliday
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198-199
"Guide to the Parasites of Fishes of Canada Part V: Nematoda" by Hisao P. Arai and John W. Smith. Edited by Michael D.B. Burt and Donald F. McAlpine, 2016. [book review]
William M. Twardek
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199-200
"Mountain Lions of the Black Hills: History and Ecology" by Jonathan A. Jenks, 2018. [book review]
Jonathan Way
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200-201
"Through a Glass Brightly: Using Science to See Our Species as We Really Are" by David B. Barash, 2018. [book review]
Barry Cottam
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202-203
"Mark Catesby’s Legacy: Natural History Then and Now" by M.J. Brush and Alan H. Brush, 2018. [book review]
C. Stuart Houston
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203-204
New Titles
Barry Cottam
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204-208

News and Comment

 
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209-210

Full Issue PDF

 
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