Mark-recapture by genetic tagging reveals restricted movements by bush rats ( Rattus fuscipes ) in a fragmented landscape
We applied genetic tagging (the identification of individuals by genetic markers) as part of a demographic and genetic analysis of a manipulative study of bush rats Rattus fuscipes in a fragmented landscape in south-eastern Australia. Our study comprised
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