livetrap

live•trap

(ˈlaɪvˌtræp)

n., v. -trapped, -trap•ping. n.
1. a trap for capturing a wild animal alive and without injury.
v.t.
2. to capture (a wild animal) in a livetrap.
[1870–75]

livetrap


Past participle: livetrapped
Gerund: livetrapping

Imperative
livetrap
livetrap
Present
I livetrap
you livetrap
he/she/it livetraps
we livetrap
you livetrap
they livetrap
Preterite
I livetrapped
you livetrapped
he/she/it livetrapped
we livetrapped
you livetrapped
they livetrapped
Present Continuous
I am livetrapping
you are livetrapping
he/she/it is livetrapping
we are livetrapping
you are livetrapping
they are livetrapping
Present Perfect
I have livetrapped
you have livetrapped
he/she/it has livetrapped
we have livetrapped
you have livetrapped
they have livetrapped
Past Continuous
I was livetrapping
you were livetrapping
he/she/it was livetrapping
we were livetrapping
you were livetrapping
they were livetrapping
Past Perfect
I had livetrapped
you had livetrapped
he/she/it had livetrapped
we had livetrapped
you had livetrapped
they had livetrapped
Future
I will livetrap
you will livetrap
he/she/it will livetrap
we will livetrap
you will livetrap
they will livetrap
Future Perfect
I will have livetrapped
you will have livetrapped
he/she/it will have livetrapped
we will have livetrapped
you will have livetrapped
they will have livetrapped
Future Continuous
I will be livetrapping
you will be livetrapping
he/she/it will be livetrapping
we will be livetrapping
you will be livetrapping
they will be livetrapping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been livetrapping
you have been livetrapping
he/she/it has been livetrapping
we have been livetrapping
you have been livetrapping
they have been livetrapping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been livetrapping
you will have been livetrapping
he/she/it will have been livetrapping
we will have been livetrapping
you will have been livetrapping
they will have been livetrapping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been livetrapping
you had been livetrapping
he/she/it had been livetrapping
we had been livetrapping
you had been livetrapping
they had been livetrapping
Conditional
I would livetrap
you would livetrap
he/she/it would livetrap
we would livetrap
you would livetrap
they would livetrap
Past Conditional
I would have livetrapped
you would have livetrapped
he/she/it would have livetrapped
we would have livetrapped
you would have livetrapped
they would have livetrapped
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Prairie dogs are excellent models for a study of polyandry because they are easy to livetrap, mark, and observe.
In desperation, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish was called for permission to livetrap and remove the foxes.
8 cm [5 X 5 X 16 inches]) Tomahawk livetrap, and one squirrel-sized Tomahawk live-trap (15.
Percentages are calculated from a senescence classification made during sampling to determine vegetation cover on the 20 livetrap sites.
For the next three weeks we set a livetrap out in the yard.
We caught mountain hares in double entry cage traps using a mixture of Tomahawk model 107 (Tomahawk Livetrap, Wisconsin, USA) and Tomahawk clones (Jeremy Dewhurst Ltd, Bankfoot, Scotland) and long nets (Rabbit & Net Accessories, Wick, Scotland).
We captured adults of both sexes at the same livetrap location during each trapping period, indicating the raccoons were occupying overlapping home ranges on our study area.
Livetrap sites were often maintained and sampled over longer periods to allow the animals to become familiar with these new additions to their environment.
One Sherman livetrap (23 by 9 by 8 cm) was placed at each trap station on each grid.
2 kilograms, was captured in a wire-mesh, box livetrap baited with canned fish.
Influence of pitfall versus Longworth livetraps, bait addition, and drift fences on trap success and mortality of shrews.
Differential effectiveness of standard and long Sherman livetraps in capturing small mammals.