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Title: Mammal surveys of the Sir Edward Pellew Islands - 2004/05
Alternative Title: Report to the Threatened Species Network on the completion of the Community Grant (Round 7)
Author: Ward, Simon
Hooper, Dave
Rankmore, Brooke
Brennan, Kym
Templeton, Steve
Friday, Graham
Simon, Thomas Jnr
Pracy, Damien
Charlie, Alan
Friday, Brian
Harvey, David
Chapman, Felicity
Wurst, Dave
Senge, Ben
Evans, Shaun
Holmes, Jarrad
Menkhorst, Peter
metadata.ebooks.dc.contributor.corpauthor: Northern Territory. Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts
Alternative Title: Report to the Threatened Species Network on the completion of the Community Grant (Round 7)
Publication location: Palmerston
Publisher: Northern Territory Government
Publication date: 2006-09-01
Notes: Logos: Lanthawittiyarra Sea Ranger Unit, Northern Territory Government. Report to the Threatened Species Network with assistance from NT Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts, Lianthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Unit: Mabunji Aboriginal Resource Association, Parks and Wildlife Office Borroloola, Threatened Species Network and Victorian Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT)
Description / Abstract: The Sir Edward Pellew Group of islands, in the south-west of the Gulf of Carpentaria, is an important area for mammal conservation in the NT. Five mammal species listed (or proposed for listing) as threatened in the NT are recorded from the island group; brush-tailed tree-rat, northern phascogale, canefield rat, Carpentarian antechinus and northern quoll. These species were recorded on the islands in early fauna surveys in 1966-67 and 1988, but surveys in 2003 recorded only two of the species, in very small numbers. This collaborative study aimed to survey the islands for four of the five threatened species to confirm their continued presence and to determine the feasibility of monitoring programs for the species on the islands. - Summary
Physical Description: 23 pages : colour illustrations, colour map ; 30 cm.
Language: English
Subject: Sir Edward Pellew Islands
Mammal populations -- Estimates -- Northern Territory
Subject Location: Sir Edward Pellew Group
Citation address: https://hdl.handle.net/10070/265390
Access: Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)
Copyright owner: Northern Territory Government
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