Nestedness in fragmented landscapes: a case study on birds, arboreal marsupials and lizards
Aim: The potential nestedness of assemblages of birds, arboreal marsupials and lizards was examined in a fragmented landscape in south-eastern Australia. We assessed which ecological processes were related to the presence or absence of nestedness, particularly in relation to previous autoecological studies in the same study area. Location: Data were collected at Buccleuch State Forest, c. 100 km to the west of the Australian Capital Territory in south-eastern Australia. Methods:...[Show more]
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