Montague-Drake, Rebecca; Lindenmayer, David; Cunningham, Ross; Stein, John
We explored the effects of a purported 'reverse keystone species', the Noisy Miner (Manorina melanocephala) using a long-term, large-scale dataset. Specifically, we identify whether this aggressive bird affects the landscape distribution patterns of other avifauna, by displacing them into, or restricting their distribution to, less productive areas, and in so doing, adheres to 'isoleg theory'. We sought to determine the effect of abundance of the Noisy Miner on the abundance of other birds...[Show more]
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