Dry season camps of flying-foxes (Pteropus spp.) in Kakadu World Heritage Area, north Australia
We investigated camps of black Pteropus alecto and red flying-fox P. scapulatus in the early dry season of 1992 (April-June) in Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage Area in the wet-dry tropics of north Australia. Fifteen camp-sites were located and two
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