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Maturation of salmonid species reduces growth, flesh quality and immunocompetency and has inhibited, in part, the commercial production of brook trout in Tasmania. Photoperiod manipulation is routinely used to inhibit or reduce the incidence of maturation in salmonids, so an experimental...
Forest and woodland areas that have suffered historic degradation of habitat are likely to have reduced populations of tree-hollow dependent wildlife. We investigated the frequency of use of small-entry nest boxes installed 3 m high and vertical nest logs installed 13 m high, over 1030 years in...
Population monitoring is required to guide conservation programs. We conducted a capturemarkrecapture study of a population of the vulnerable green and golden bell frog (Litoria aurea) at the northern end of its range. Frogs were captured and marked over three breeding seasons (2015/16, 2016/17,...
Due to advances in fish-finding equipment and vessel capabilities, commercial and recreational fishers are now regularly accessing deep waters off the edge of the continental shelf and catching fish species that are rarely encountered in shallower waters or that have not previously been caught....
The brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) is a nocturnal refuge dependent herbivore that can be found from south-east Queensland to East Gippsland in Victoria. Brush-tailed rock-wallaby colonies are situated in many different habitat types, and refuge within this habitat is important...
Feral and stray cats are a major threat for endemic species on Christmas Island and have been contributing to their decline. Cats were introduced to Christmas Island in 1888 and are now distributed across the whole island. We analysed the genetic population structure and diversity of feral and...
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