Population processes in an early successional heathland: a case study of the eastern chestnut mouse (Pseudomys gracilicaudatus)
The eastern chestnut mouse (Pseudomys gracilicaudatus) has been described as a fire specialist inhabitant of early successional heathland. There is a global concern that changes to natural disturbance regimes will place early successional habitat specialists like the eastern chestnut mouse at an increased risk of extinction by altering landscape patterns of habitat suitability. Despite this concern, the fundamental population processes that occur in early...[Show more]
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