Bruce Patty

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Stoats (Mustela erminea) are small carnivorous mammals which were introduced into New Zealand in the late nineteenth century, and have now become widespread invasive pests. Stoats have long been known to be capable of swimming to islands 1–1.5 km offshore. Islands further out have usually been assumed to be safe from invasion, therefore routine stoat(More)
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