The effects of prey, habitat heterogeneity and fire on the spatial ecology in peninsular Diamond Pythons (Morelia spilota spilota: Pythonidae)
Understanding an organism's home range is an important component of effective wildlife management. However, home ranges can vary spatially and temporally within and between populations. Landscape ecology theory can provide a framework for understanding spatio-temporal variability in animal traits. We used radio-telemetry in a population of diamond python Morelia spilota spilotaLacépède (Pythonidae) from a biologically rich and structurally heterogeneous reserve in eastern Australia to explore...[Show more]
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