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Mammals of particular conservation concern in the Western Division of New South Wales
Abstract The Western Division of New South Wales is an administrative region of 325 000 km 2 on the eastern fringe of the Australian arid zone. Since European settlement in 1788, 71 species of nativeExpand
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Designing surveys for microchiropteran bats in complex forest landscapes−a pilot study from south-east Australia
Abstract Most of Australia's forest-dwelling microchiropteran bats are reliant on hollows in trees for shelter and breeding. These bats typically comprise a significant proportion (at times over 40%)Expand
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A new species from the Antechinus stuartii stuartii complex, A. agilis, sp. nov., is described from Victoria and south-eastern New South Wales. It differs from A. stuartii primarily in its smallerExpand
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A taxonomic review of Australian Greater Long-eared Bats previously known as Nyctophilus timoriensis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) and some associated taxa
A comparative morphological and morphometric assessment was undertaken of material from mainland Australia, Tasmania and Papua New Guinea that has previously been referred to as the GreaterExpand
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An Interim guide to identification of Insectivorous Bats of South-eastern Australia
ABS1RACT. Species keys using external characters are given for the 33 microchiropteran bat species recorded from south-eastern Australia, except for the five species of the taxonomically chaoticExpand
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Collapse rates of hollow-bearing trees following low intensity prescription burns in the Pilliga forests, New South Wales
Hollows in trees are recognized as a critical and threatened resource for a wide range of fauna in Australian forests and woodlands, yet little data are available on the impact of fire onExpand
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Four issues influencing the management of hollow using bats of the Pilliga forests of inland New South Wales
Four issues influencing the management of hollow-dependent bats are examined for the Pilliga forests of inland NSW. These are: I) the longevity of eucalypts and implications for the strategies forExpand
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Rediscovery of the New Guinea Big-eared Bat Pharotis imogene from Central Province, Papua New Guinea
The New Guinea Big-eared Bat Pharotis imogene has not been reported since the first and only specimens were collected in 1890 and the species was presumed extinct. We document the capture of oneExpand
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The Priorities Action Statement (PAS) for the threatened bats of New South Wales
The conservation of NSW bat species is examined within the framework of the procedure for threatened species recovery, Priorities Action Statements (PAS), introduced in 2005 by the NSW government toExpand
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