Landscape transformation : impact on butterflies and beetles in south-eastern Australia
Agricultural pastures are one of the most common land-cover types in fragmented terrestrial landscapes. While they may act as a 'matrix' (i.e. unable to support sustainable populations) for some species, for others they can have high conservation potential. In many parts of the world, agricultural pastures are being replaced by tree plantations, which will influence the distribution of patch-associated species and those that occur more broadly across the landscape. Understanding how species...[Show more]
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