Table. 1.

Comparison of the tracked Orientocoluber spinalis harboring the transmitters, which applied either the thread method or tape method

ID Sex Days tracked (relocations) SVL (cm) BW (g) PW (g) PW/BW (%) Mean daily moved distance (m) Reason for ending
Thread method
OS01 F 3 (4) 49.3 31.89 0.86 2.7 18.6 ± 20.1 Dead
OS02 F 10 (12) 55.4 32.00 0.88 2.8 73.0 ± 47.2 Injury
OS03 M 15 (16) 54.3 34.95 0.68 1.9 28.8 ± 49.4 Completion
OS04 M 5 (5) 46.6 29.07 1.02 3.5 4.6 ± 4.8 Injury
9 ± 7 51.4 ± 4.2 31.98 ± 2.40 0.86 ± 0.14 2.7 ± 0.7 31.3 ± 29.5
Tape method
OS05 M 7 (9) 50.7 35.46 1.31 3.7 4.1 ± 2.3 Signal loss
OS06 M 7 (15) 49.8 33.95 1.37 4.0 30.2 ± 44.5 Transmitter detachment
OS07 M 11 (19) 54.8 56.78 1.09 1.9 16.0 ± 38.9 Transmitter detachment
OS08 M 15 (28) 51.3 40.43 1.3 3.2 39.6 ± 50.5 Completion
OS09 F 15 (26) 49.4 37.39 1.31 3.5 11.3 ± 17.5 Completion
16 ± 9 52.6 ± 2.1 41.24 ± 7.30 1.26 ± 0.14 3.1 ± 0.6 20.2 ± 14.4

Values are presented as mean ± standard deviation.

SVL, snout-vent length; BW, body weight; PW, package weight.

J Ecol Environ 2022;46:- https://doi.org/10.5141/jee.22.035
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