Changes in a remnant of Salmon Gum Eucalyptus salmonophloia and York Gum E. loxophelba woodland, 1978 to 1997: Implications for woodland conservation in the wheat-sheep regions of Australia
The condition of salmon gums Eucalyptus salmonophloia with large hollows in them in a 15-ha patch of remnant salmon gum- York gum E. loxophleba woodland in the northern wheatbelt of Western Australia was examined in 1978. The patch was an important breeding area for six species of cockatoo, including two endangered species. The patch was revisited in 1981 when the condition of all 682 salmon gums and York gums in the patch was examined and each was measured and photographed. A further visit was...[Show more]
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