Dytiscid Beetle Remains Discovered in a Pellet from a Great Gray Owl, Strix nebulosa, Nest
Keywords:Great Gray Owl, Strix nebulosa, predaceous diving beetle, Dytiscus alaskanus, pellet, Goose Creek, Churchill, Manitoba
AbstractOn 18 July 2007, near Goose Creek, south of Churchill Manitoba, a Great Gray Owl, Strix nebulosa, pellet that contained the pronotum and elytra of a predacious diving beetle, Dytiscus alaskanus, was discovered at a nest.
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