Dexter, Nick; Hudson, Matt; Carter, Tony; MacGregor, Chris
We used isodars to analyse habitat-dependent population regulation by long-nosed bandicoots Perameles nasuta during an irruption and subsequent population crash in three habitats (heath, woodland and forest) at Booderee National Park, south-eastern Australia. Specifically, we aimed to see whether patterns of habitat-dependent population regulation matched a priori estimates of quantitative and qualitative differences between habitats. We also tested if habitat preference changed between the...[Show more]
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