Habitat use by the Southern Emu-wren, Stipiturus malachurus (Aves:Maluridae), in South Australia, and evaluation of vegetation at a potential translocation site for S.M.intermedius
Floristic and structural characteristics of vegetation inhabited by Southern Emu-wrens, Stipiturus malachurus, were examined for three geographically isolated subspecies in South Australia. Of the 47 plant species recorded in quadrats, 29 of these (61%) occurred in the habitat of a single subspecies. Structurally, there were no significant differences between habitats used by the three subspecies; however, some trends were apparent. All three subspecies used dense habitat; however, S. m....[Show more]
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