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Population and Movement Characteristics of Radio-Collared Striped Skunks in North Dakota During an Epizootic of Rabies

Table 6


Table 6: Least-squares means of minimum rate of travel in a night (Rate), minimum distance traveled in a night (Distance), and Home range of radio-collared striped skunks with rabies in the 14 days before the clinical period of rabies (pre-clinical) and during the 14-day clinical period, Stutsman County, North Dakota, April-July 1992.
Sex Stage Rate (m/hr) Distance (m) Home range (km2)
Number Mean ± SE Number Mean ± SE Number Mean ± SE
Male Pre-clinical 8 313 ± 72 8 2,453 ± 419 8 2.8 ± 0.4
Clinical 8 187 ± 72 8 1,566 ± 419 8 1.8 ± 0.4
Female Pre-clinical 10 282 ± 64 10 2,183 ± 375 9 1.2 ± 0.4
Clinical 10 160 ± 64 10 1,428 ± 375 9 1.8 ± 0.4


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