Historical resurveys reveal persistence of smoky mouse (Pseudomys fumeus) populations over the long-term and through the short-term impacts of fire
Phoebe A Burns, Karen MC Rowe, Benjamin P Holmes, Kevin C Rowe
Wildlife Research | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2015
Thank you to Kara Joshi, Ryan Duffy and Parks Victoria Halls Gap for assistance and support in the field. Thank you to Peter Homan, Peter Menkhorst, the FSG FNCV, and the MSGV for providing historical trapping records. This research was supported by grants awarded to PAB from: the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment; Friends of Grampians Gariwerd; Parks Victoria; and the Museum Victoria 1854 Student Scholarship. All procedures used in this study were approved by the Animal Ethics Committee at Museum Victoria - MVAEC09004/5. We conducted all trapping and sample collection under permit from the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP, Victoria; Flora and Fauna Permit no. 10006821).