Trueman, Stephen J.

Designing food and habitat trees for urban koalas: Tree height, foliage palatability and clonal propagation of Eucalyptus kabiana

Koalas are iconic Australian tree-dwelling marsupials that are classified as vulnerable because of threatening processes that include urban development, habitat fragmentation and inbreeding. Koalas eat the leaves of specific eucalypt trees but urban planners and landowners often prefer to plant smaller trees that pose less risk from falling limbs…

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