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Food Selection by Grey-headed Flying Foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus) Occupying a Summer Colony Site near Gosford, New South Wales
A colony site occupied by grey-headed flying-foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus) from October to May on the central coast of N.S.W. was monitored over a 48 month period (1986-1990). Faecal and spat-outExpand
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Lampreys: Life without Jaws [Book Review]
Review(s) of: Lampreys: Life without jaws Martin W. Hardisty (2006) Forrest Text, Cardigan UK
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Changes to a population of common ringtail possums (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) after bushfire
Following bushfires in Sydney in 1994 a population of 20–30 common ringtail possums (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) that had been studied for four years was reduced to only one or two animals. In theExpand
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Movements of grey-headed flying foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus) to and from colony site on the central coast of New South Wales
Movements and numbers of grey-headed flying foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus) were recorded in and around a colony site on the central coast of New South Wales over a period of 53 months from 1986 toExpand
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Radio-tracking Studies of Common Ringtail Possums, Pseudocheirus peregrinus, in Manly Dam Reserve, Sydney
In radio-tracking studies in Manly Dam War Memorial Reserve, Common Ringtail Possums were found to survive an average of 319 days, with 80% of known deaths being due to predation by foxes and cats.Expand
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Macroderma koppa, a new Tertiary species of false vampire bat (Microchiroptera: Megadermatidae) from Wellington Caves, New South Wales
A new late Tertiary false vampire bat, Macroderma koppa, is described from the Big Sink doline of Wellington Caves, eastern central New South Wales. The new species appears to be the sister-group ofExpand
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Survival of Wild and Hand-reared Ringtail Possums (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) in Bushland near Sydney
Radio-tracking studies of ringtail possums (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) were carried out in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park at its border with suburban Sydney. Hand-reared and relocated ringtailExpand
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Platypus - 4th Edition (2007) [Book Review]
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Review(s) of Platypus - 4th Edition (2007), by Tom Grant, Illustrated by Dominic Fanning, CSIRO Publishing, RRP $39.95. Expand
Predators with Pouches. The Biology of Carnivorous Marsupials. M. Jones, C. Dickman AND M. Archer (Eds) A Review by M.L. Augee
THIS book arose from a symposium on “Carnivorous Marsupials” held by the Australian Mammal Society in 1999. However it is not a symposium volume in the usual sense of being a compilation of papersExpand
Birds of Australia's Top End [Book Review]
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Review(s) of: Birds of Australia's Top End, by Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow (2001), Scrubfowl Press, Parap N.T., RRP $A29. Expand
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