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Examination of captive Japanese black bear activity using activity sensors

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Mammal study. VOL 33; PART 3, ; 2008, 115-120 (pages 115-120) -- 2008

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Seasonal changes and altitudinal variation in deer fecal pellet decay

Koike, S. et al.

European journal of wildlife research. VOL 59; NUMBER 5, ; 2013, 765-768 -- Springer Science + Business Media Part 5; (pages 765-768) -- 2013

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Frugivory of carnivores and seed dispersal of fleshy fruits in cool-temperate deciduous forests

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Journal of forest research. VOL 13; NUMBER 4, ; 2008, 215-222 -- Springer Science + Business Media (pages 215-222) -- 2008

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How are dung beetle species affected by deer population increases in a cool temperate forest ecosystem?

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Journal of zoology. VOL 293; NUMBER 4, ; 2014, 227-233 -- Blackwell Publishing Ltd Part 4; (pages 227-233) -- 2014

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Insectivory by five sympatric carnivores in cool-temperate deciduous forests

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Mammal study. VOL 37; NUMB 2, ; 2012, 73-84 Part: Part 2; (pages 73-84) -- 2012

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Direct observation of bear myrmecophagy: Relationship between bears' feeding habits and ant phenology

Fujiwara, S. et al.

Mammalian biology : Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde. VOL 78; NUMBER 1, ; 2013, 34-40 -- Elsevier Science B.V. Amsterdam Part 1; (pages 34-40) -- 2013

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How are dung beetle species affected by deer population increases in a cool temperate forest ecosystem?

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Journal of zoology. Volume 293:Number 4 (2014, August); pp 227-233 -- Wiley-Blackwell

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Influence of food availability on matrilineal site fidelity of female Asian black bears

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Mammal study -- Mammalogical Society of Japan -- Volume: 42 Issue: 4; (pages 219-230) -- 2017

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Baseline characterization of the diet and stable isotope signatures of bears that consume natural foods in central Japan

Koike, S. et al.

European journal of wildlife research. VOL 62; NUMBER 1, ; 2016, 23-31 -- Springer Science + Business Media Part 1; (pages 23-31) -- 2016

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Estimate of the seed shadow created by the Asiatic black bear Ursus thibetanus and its characteristics as a seed disperser in Japanese cool-temperate forest

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Oikos : a journal of ecology. VOL 120; NUMBER 2, ; 2011, 280-290 -- Nordic Ecological Society -- 2011

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