Peter R. Mawson

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Of the five species of black cockatoo in the genus Calyptorhynchus, those species with red tail bands (Red-tailed Black Cockatoo and Glossy Black Cockatoo) lay clutches of only one egg and those with white or yellow tail bands (Carnaby's Cockatoo, Baudin's Cockatoo and Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo) usually lay clutches of two. The breeding of the endangered(More)
for their helpful comments and suggestions. DISCLAIMER: The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the New Zealand Treasury. Abstract This paper presents an analysis of the distribution of socioeconomic deprivation throughout New Zealand. The analysis focuses on the three census years 1986, 1991, and 1996. A(More)
Populations of Australian marsupials can become overabundant, resulting in detrimental impacts on the environment. For example, the threatened black-flanked rock-wallaby ( Petrogale lateralis lateralis ) has previously been perceived as overabundant and thus 'unwanted' when they graze crops and cause habitat degradation. Hormonally-induced fertility control(More)
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