Earthworms are usually the most heavily eaten food of eastern moles, Scalopus aquaticus, and scarabaeid larvae (grubworms), are also often very important. These were the two most important foods of this species on Cumberland Island, Georgia, making up 55.9% of the food by volume. Other important items were beetle larvae (11.3), ants (9.4), and centipedes (4.1). The purpose of this paper is to present information on the food of Eastern Moles on Cumberland Island, Georgia.
Whitaker, John and Carol Ruckdeschel
"Food of Eastern Moles, Scalopus aquaticus, on Cumberland Island, Georgia,"
Georgia Journal of Science, Vol. 71, No. 2, Article 7.
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