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Habitat fragmentation, landscape context, and mammalian assemblages in southeastern Australia

Lindenmayer, David; Pope, M; Parris, K; McCarthy, Michael


We examined relationships between mammalian assemblages and landscape context and habitat fragmentation in southeastern Australia. Data were gathered from spotlighting and hair sample surveys at 166 sites in 3 different spatial (landscape) contexts: remnant patches of native eucalypt forest surrounded by an extensive plantation of exotic radiata pine (Pinus radiata - 86 sites), the radiata pine plantation (40 sites), and large areas of continuous native eucalypt forest that occurred at the...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Mammalogy


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