The long-term and large-scale effects of the establishment of an exotic plantation on species of native forest beetles and butterflies
The influence of the land type between patches of remnant vegetation on species' survival is now widely acknowledged. From the species’ perspective, this land could be hostile (defined as a matrix) or amenable (defined as new habitat). In this thesis, I was interested in whether species were favoured or hindered by fragmentation of their natural Eucalyptus forest habitat into remnants surrounded by a pine plantation and the mechanisms behind their responses. I took advantage of the Wog Wog...[Show more]
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