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Which traits of species predict population declines in experimental forest fragments?

Davies, K; Margules, Chris; Lawrence, John


Theory suggests that species with particular traits are at greater risk of extinction than others. We assumed that a decline in abundance in forest fragments, compared to continuous forest, equated to an increase in extinction risk. We then tested the relationships between five traits of species and decline in abundance for 69 beetle species in an experimentally fragmented forest landscape at Mt. Wog Wog in southeastern Australia. The experiment was controlled and replicated. Monitoring ran for...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Ecology


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