Phoebe A. Burns
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Historical resurveys reveal persistence of smoky mouse (Pseudomys fumeus) populations over the long-term and through the short-term impacts of fire
PA Burns, KMC Rowe, BP Holmes, KC Rowe
Wildlife Research 42 (8), 668-677, 2016
72016
Identification of threatened rodent species using infrared and white-flash camera traps
PA Burns, ML Parrott, KC Rowe, BL Phillips
Australian Mammalogy 40 (2), 188-197, 2018
42018
Accounting for detectability and abundance in survey design for a declining species
PA Burns, C McCall, KC Rowe, ML Parrott, BL Phillips
Diversity and Distributions, 2019
12019
Remote camera surveys for the New Holland Mouse in the Otways, Autumn 2019
PA Burns
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, 2019
2019
An assessment of the status of New Holland mouse populations in Gippsland: surveys for the New Holland mouse at Providence Ponds Flora and Fauna Reserve and Gippsland Lakes …
PA Burns, C McCall, J Reside
Wildlife Unlimited Pty Ltd, 2019
2019
Testing the decline of the threatened New Holland Mouse (Pseudomys novaehollandiae)
PA Burns
University of Melbourne, 2019
2019
New Holland Mouse: summary of remote camera surveys in Gippsland, 2017
PA Burns
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, 2018
2018
New host records of the rove beetle Myotyphlus newtoni Solodovnikov & Jenkins Shaw, 2016 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae), with notes on its association with mammals
J Jenkins Shaw, ML Kwak, PA Burns, A Solodovnikov
Australian Entomologist 44 (4), 209-212, 2017
2017
Testing the decline of the New Holland Mouse (Pseudomys novaehollandiae) in Victoria
P Burns
Australian Mammalogy, 0
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