Journal article

Long-term effects of frequent low-intensity burning on the abundance of litter-dwelling invertebrates in coastal blackbutt forests of southeastern Australia

Alan York

Journal of Insect Conservation | SPRINGER | Published : 1999

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I am grateful to Bill Buckler, Bill Chapman, Patrick Murphy and Traecey Brassil for their assistance with fieldwork, and Rita Holland, Ruth Burton, Graeme Price, Darren Waterson and Melinda Hillery for their perseverance with the sorting of invertebrate specimens. This paper has benefited from the constructive comments of two anonymous reviewers. The project was supported financially by State Forests of NSW and the Commonwealth Department of Environment Sport and Territories. This is contribution number 290 to the Centre for Biodiversity and Bioresources, Macquarie University.