In order to evaluate whether availability of food resources affects crevice
selection, we included in the model the following fixed variables: season, distance and covers of plant species selected by the viscacha rat (i.
as refugia for stream diatoms: Effects of crevice
size on abraded substrates.
But after the male rescuers failed to reach him they asked her to descend into the crevice
attached to ropes.
I didn't expect to spend my Sunday afternoon in a narrow crevice
We incorporated the following variables: the volume of the crevice
, torch type, duration of treatment and bat present or not.
They advised Americans to frequently vacuum their homes and to seal crevices
Peter Bubb, Director at the Nestbox Company commented, "The FSC certified Improved bat boxes are manufactured in the UK, with separate boxes for crevice
and cavity dwelling species.
Each aquarium was equipped with a spawning crevice
(tile on top of a brick with a crevice
At each site, seven horizontal, protrusion, and crevice
areas were selected to represent common flow microhabitats.
To our knowledge, no published studies have quantified the crevice
attributes selected by N.
Built-in extendable crevice
tool is good but bulky, side emptying is easy and there's a smart little wheel which lets you empty it without getting your hands dirty.
He says that collecting the creatures is "like trying to grab a porcupine out of a crevice
Collecting the lobsters is 'like trying to grab a porcupine out of a crevice
," he notes.
When an animal was observed within a crevice
, a 1m wooden ruler was slowly inserted into the crevice
until its tip touched the animal in question, and the distance from the crevice
opening to the animal was recorded.
In other words, the narrator is a dead girl whose body has been hidden in a crevice
at the town line, and she tells her story in free verse as she waits to be found by searchers combing the countryside, draining ponds and lakes, and looking everywhere but where she is.