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An individual study is a summary of a specific scientific study, providing background context, the conservation action(s) taken and their consequences.

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Repellents to deter New Zealand's North Island robin Petroica australis longipes from pest control baits

Based on: Day T.D., Matthews L.R. & Waas J.R. (2003)

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Repellents to deter New Zealand's North Island robin Petroica australis longipes from pest control baits

Based on: Day T.D., Matthews L.R. & Waas J.R. (2003)

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The restoration of neglected hedges: a comparison of management treatments

Based on: Croxton P.J., Franssen W., Myhill D.G. & Sparks T.H. (2004)

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The bryophyte layer in a calcareous grassland after a decade of contrasting mowing regimes

Based on: Vanderpoorten A., Delescaille L.M. & Jacquemart A.L. (2004)

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The establishment of heathland vegetation on ex-arable land: the response of Calluna vulgaris to soil acidification

Based on: Lawson C.S., Ford M.A., Mitchley J. & Warren J.M. (2004)

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The establishment of heathland vegetation on ex-arable land: the response of Calluna vulgaris to soil acidification

Based on: Lawson C.S., Ford M.A., Mitchley J. & Warren J.M. (2004)

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The establishment of heathland vegetation on ex-arable land: the response of Calluna vulgaris to soil acidification

Based on: Lawson C.S., Ford M.A., Mitchley J. & Warren J.M. (2004)

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The establishment of heathland vegetation on ex-arable land: the response of Calluna vulgaris to soil acidification

Based on: Lawson C.S., Ford M.A., Mitchley J. & Warren J.M. (2004)

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Supplementary feeding as an effective tool for improving breeding success in the Spanish imperial eagle (Aquila adalberti)

Based on: González L.M., Margalida A., Sánchez R. & Oria J. (2006)

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Design and evaluation of a translocation strategy for the fringed darter (Etheostoma crossopterum) in Illinois

Based on: Poly W.J. (2003)

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Design and evaluation of a translocation strategy for the fringed darter (Etheostoma crossopterum) in Illinois

Based on: Poly W.J. (2003)

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Non-native fish introductions and the decline of the mountain yellow-legged frog from within protected areas

Based on: Knapp R. A & Matthews K. (2000)

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Corridor length and patch colonization by a butterfly, Junonia coenia

Based on: Haddad N. (2000)

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Intensive beach management as an improved sea turtle conservation strategy in Mexico

Based on: García A., Ceballos G. & Adaya R. (2003)

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Effects of fire management practices on butterfly diversity in the forested western United States

Based on: Huntzinger M. (2003)

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Effects of fire management practices on butterfly diversity in the forested western United States

Based on: Huntzinger M. (2003)

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Effects of fire management practices on butterfly diversity in the forested western United States

Based on: Huntzinger M. (2003)

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Effects of fire management practices on butterfly diversity in the forested western United States

Based on: Huntzinger M. (2003)

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Increasing nesting success in yellow-shouldered blackbird Agelaius xanthomus in southwest Puerto Rico

Based on: López-Ortiz R., Ventosa-Febles E.A., Reitsma L.R., Hengstenberg D. & Peluca W. (2002)

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Marking of deer fences to reduce frequency of collisions by woodland grouse

Based on: Baines D. & Andrew M. (2003)

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The success of a soft-release reintroduction of the flightless Aldabra rail (Dryolimnas [cuvieri] aldabranus) on Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles

Based on: Wanless R.M., Cunningham J., Hockey P.A.R., Wanless J., White R.W. & Wiseman R. (2002)

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Reintroduction and establishment of the western barred bandicoot Perameles bougainville (Marsupialia: Peramelidae) at Shark Bay, Western Australia

Based on: Richards J.D. & Short J. (2003)

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Reintroduction and establishment of the western barred bandicoot Perameles bougainville (Marsupialia: Peramelidae) at Shark Bay, Western Australia

Based on: Richards J.D. & Short J. (2003)

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Herbicides, weeds and endangered species: management of bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. rotundata)

Based on: Matarczyk J.A., Willis A.J., Vranjic J.A. & Ash J.E. (2002)

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Herbicides, weeds and endangered species: management of bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. rotundata)

Based on: Matarczyk J.A., Willis A.J., Vranjic J.A. & Ash J.E. (2002)

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