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Significant patterns of population genetic structure and limited gene flow in a threatened macropodid marsupial despite continuous habitat in southeast Queensland, Australia
Many endangered species worldwide are found in remnant populations, often within fragmented landscapes. However, when possible, an understanding of the natural extent of population structure andExpand
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Fine‐scale spatial genetic correlation analyses reveal strong female philopatry within a brush‐tailed rock‐wallaby colony in southeast Queensland
We combine spatial data on home ranges of individuals and microsatellite markers to examine patterns of fine‐scale spatial genetic structure and dispersal within a brush‐tailed rock‐wallabyExpand
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Site Fidelity and Reproductive Success of Black Oystercatchers in British Columbia
-We compared reproductive success and territory fidelity in Black Oystercatchers (Haematopus bachmani) in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia. Twenty-four of 34 nesting pairs hatched eggs in atExpand
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Three divergent lineages within an Australian marsupial (Petrogale penicillata) suggest multiple major refugia for mesic taxa in southeast Australia
Mesic southeastern Australia represents the continent's ancestral biome and is highly biodiverse, yet its phylogeographic history remains poorly understood. Here, we examine mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)Expand
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The effects of including marine ecological values in terrestrial reserve planning for a forest-nesting seabird.
Theoretical advances in systematic reserve design aim to promote the efficient use of limited conservation resources and to increase the likelihood that reserve networks enhance the persistence ofExpand
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TERRITORY QUALITY AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS OF BLACK OYSTERCATCHERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
Abstract I investigated the relationship between the physical characteristics of breeding territories and the reproductive success of Black Oystercatchers (Haematopus bachmani) in British Columbia. IExpand
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Territory structure, parental provisioning, and chick growth in the American Black Oystercatcher Haematopus bachmani
We investigate parental food provisioning and chick growth to better understand how parental effort and territory structure relate to reproductive success in the American Black Oystercatcher.Expand
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Gene flow among native bush rat, Rattus fuscipes (Rodentia: Muridae), populations in the fragmented subtropical forests of south-east Queensland
Many natural populations in areas of continuous habitat exhibit some form of local genetic structure. Anthropogenic habitat fragmentation can also strongly influence the dynamics of gene flow betweenExpand
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Population trends of nesting Glaucous-winged Gulls, Larus glaucescens, in the southern Strait of Georgia, British Columbia
Between 1986 and 1999, the number of nesting Glaucous-winged Gulls (Larus glaucescens) at fourteen breeding colonies declined by 31% (1610 nests) in the southern Strait of Georgia, British Columbia.Expand
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