Monika Rhodes

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In Australia more than 300 vertebrates, including 43 insectivorous bat species, depend on hollows in habitat trees for shelter with many species using a network of multiple trees as roosts. We used roost-switching data on white-striped freetail bats (Tadarida australis; Microchiroptera: Molossidae) to construct a network representation of day roosts in(More)
Networks provide an intuitive framework for visualising and exploring scientific data. The structure of the network can be used to represent relationships within the data, and provides insights that complement more conventional exploratory approaches. The topologies of these networks offer new perspectives on the way complex real-world systems operate. We(More)
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