J.N. Layne's scientific contributions

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... The burrows of D. novemcinctus can even reflect age differences because their dimensions are dependent on animal size (juveniles are smaller) (McDonough et al. 2000). Burrows function most obviously as refuges (McDonough et al. 2000;Layne 2003), but can also act as food storage during drought or cold (Taber 1945). Although a solitary species, D. novemcinctus burrow density is very high in Brazil. ...