Studies of the Ground-Dwelling Mammals of Eucalypt Forests in South-Eastern New South Wales: the Effect of Habitat Variables on Distribution and Abundance.
PC Catling and RJ Burt
22(3) 271 - 288
The distribution and abundance was studied of ground-dwelling mammals in 13 areas within 500 000 ha of eucalypt (Eucalyptus spp.) forest in south-eastern New South Wales. Data are presented on the relative abundance and distribution of mammals in relation to the complexity of the habitat of the vegetation communities, basal area of the trees, and indices of nutrients in the foliage of the trees.
Full text doi:10.1071/WR9950271
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