Ecology and conservation of endangered forty-spotted pardalotes
The forty-spotted pardalote (Pardalotus quadragintus) is an endangered songbird endemic to eastern Tasmania. These birds specialize on forests containing Eucalyptus viminalis (white gum tree) for foraging, and require tree cavities for nesting. They have experienced both historical range contraction following European settlement and recent population decline within existing habitat. Causes of this decline are uncertain. Ecological theory predicts that habitat specialists will be most vulnerable...[Show more]
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