Diets of sympatric native and introduced carnivores in the Barrington Tops, eastern Australia

@inproceedings{Glen2011DietsOS,
  title={Diets of sympatric native and introduced carnivores in the Barrington Tops, eastern Australia},
  author={Alistair S. Glen and Michael Pennay and Chris R. Dickman and Brendan A Wintle and Karen B. Firestone},
  year={2011}
}
Invasive predators have severe impacts on global biodiversity, and their effects in Australia have been more extreme than on any other continent. The spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus), an endangered mar- supial carnivore, coexists with three eutherian carnivores, the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), feral cat (Felis catus) and wild dog (Canis lupus ssp.) with which it did not coevolve. No previous study has investigated dietary overlap between quolls and the suite of three eutherian carnivores… CONTINUE READING

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