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The effects of prey, habitat heterogeneity and fire on the spatial ecology in peninsular Diamond Pythons (Morelia spilota spilota: Pythonidae)

Michael, Damian; Cunningham, Ross; MacGregor, Chris; Brown, Darren; Lindenmayer, David


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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Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: Austral Ecology
DOI: 10.1111/aec.12056


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