Refuge site selection by the eastern chestnut mouse in recently burnt heath
Context Temporal reduction in shelter is an indirect primary impact of fire. Removal of animal refugia has implications for shelter site selection and fidelity factors that have been largely overlooked in studies of Australian rodent fauna. This information is critical for guiding species conservation and appropriate land management including prescribed burning practices. Aims We sought to determine which features of burnt heath were selected as shelter sites by the eastern chestnut mouse,...[Show more]
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