Managing rock outcrops to improve biodiversity conservation in Australian agricultural landscapes
Rocky outcrops are prominent geological features in agricultural landscapes worldwide. Reptiles are a major component of these habitats and some species are restricted to, and more abundant on, rocky outcrops than in remnant vegetation. Rock outcrops are
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