Deserts and xeric shrublands Central latitude
: 32.550335Central longitude
13 years, from 1995 to 2007
19 distinct species
Across the time series Dipodomys ordii
is the most frequently occurring species
Lightfoot, D. & Schooley, R. L. “SMES rodent trapping data, Small Mammal Exclosure Study”. Jornada LTER. Available at: http://jornada.nmsu.edu/sites/jornada.nmsu.edu/files/data_files/JornadaStudy_086_smes_rodent_trapping_data_0.csv, accessed 2016.