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- Blanchard, Wade, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Wildlife research 2018 v.45 no.2 pp. 185-192
- flaking; statistics; Eucalyptus; monitoring; agricultural land; reptiles; Gekkonidae; woodlands; microhabitats; surveys; trees; ecological restoration; bark; cost effectiveness; foams; herpetofauna; stand basal area; Australia
- ... Context. Artificial refuges (cover boards) are a popular method to survey and monitor herpetofauna worldwide. However, one limitation of using artificial refuges in terrestrial environments is the low detection rates of arboreal species. Furthermore, destructive search techniques can damage critical microhabitat such as exfoliating rock or flaking bark of mature trees. Aim. We tested a non-destruc ...