Placement period of artificial retreats affects the number and demographic composition but not the body condition of skinks
Monitoring is important in conservation management, essential for assessing population trends, making decisions and allocating resources. Artificial retreats can offer a reliable, low impact and efficient method for monitoring cryptic herpetofauna. Methods for monitoring artificial retreats vary between different conservation management programmes in New Zealand, however, and a deeper understanding of the consequences of these variations would encourage greater standardisation and enable more...[Show more]
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