Download scientific diagram | Top panel: View of modified Sherman trap design for capturing southern flying squirrels during summer 2015–2016 at the Alice L. Kibbe Field Station, Illinois, USA, including trap base attached to tree using nails placed in 2 of 4 predrilled holes (A), attachment of tow ropes through predrilled holes, (B) and a third tow rope (C) attached directly to trap to facilitate raising and lowering from trap base during trapping activities. Bottom panel: View of modified Sherman trap design for capturing southern flying squirrels, including a close-up view of predrilled nail holes on trap base mounted to tree, final placement of Sherman trap flush against the trap base, and threading of tow ropes through lag screw eyes (A) placed on outer edges of trap bases. from publication: Influence of Trap Modifications and Environmental Predictors on Capture Success of Southern Flying Squirrels | Sherman traps are the most commonly used live traps in studies of small mammals and have been successfully used in the capture of arboreal species such as the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans). However, southern flying squirrels spend proportionately less time | Sciuridae, Flying and Small Mammals | ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
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Pops open to instantly set; folds flat to 1/2” for storage or carrying in the field. Operate quickly and harmlessly. Spring-powered trap door folds