Natasha E Tay
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Digging mammals contribute to rhizosphere fungal community composition and seedling growth
SJ Dundas, AJM Hopkins, KX Ruthrof, NE Tay, TI Burgess, GESJ Hardy, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 27 (12), 3071-3086, 2018
The tripartite relationship between a bioturbator, mycorrhizal fungi, and a key Mediterranean forest tree
NE Tay, AJM Hopkins, KX Ruthrof, T Burgess, GESJ Hardy, PA Fleming
Austral Ecology 43 (7), 742-751, 2018
A monitoring toolkit for banksia woodlands: comparison of different scale methods to measure recovery of vegetation after fire
M Brundrett, R van Dongen, B Huntley, N Tay, V Longman
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 5 (1), 33-54, 2019
Predator exposure enhances the escape behaviour of a small marsupial, the burrowing bettong
NE Tay, PA Fleming, NM Warburton, KE Moseby
Animal Behaviour 175, 45-56, 2021
Urban remnant size alters fungal functional groups dispersed by a digging mammal
AJM Hopkins, NE Tay, GL Bryant, KX Ruthrof, LE Valentine, H Kobryn, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 30 (13), 3983-4003, 2021
How this little marsupial’s poo nurtures urban gardens and bushland (and how you can help protect them)
A Hopkins, N Tay
The Conversation, 2022
Comparison of morphological and molecular methods to identify the diet of a generalist omnivore
S Dawson, N Tay, T Greay, A Gofton, C Oskam, PA Fleming
Wildlife Research 48 (3), 240-251, 2020
When marsupials can't run–Variation in hind limb morphology and implications for escape locomotion in marsupials
NE Tay, NM Warburton, PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Morphology 280, S228, 2019
World Wildlife Day 2022: highlighting our important ecosystem engineers
N Tay
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