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Ants, plants and biodiversity surrogates in Tasmanian Eucalypt forests

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Meeson, NM (2006) Ants, plants and biodiversity surrogates in Tasmanian Eucalypt forests. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

The forest reserve system in the state of Tasmania, Australia, is based on
mapping units classified largely according to vegetation characteristics
discernible from aerial photographs. However, the validity of vegetationbased
surrogates for conserving invertebrate biodiversity has been
insufficiently tested. While ant assemblages have been shown to vary with
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Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
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