The ant fauna of the remote Mitchell Falls area of tropical north-western Australia: biogeography, environmental relationships and conservation significance

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This paper presents the first systematic description of the ant fauna of the dominant savanna landscapes of the remote northern Kimberley region of far northwestern Australia, an area of extremely high conservation value for other taxa. These conservation values are threatened by inappropriate fire regimes and invasion by the introduced cane toad Bufo… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10841-010-9294-2

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