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