Backyard blues

Davidson, Steve
October 2001
Ecos;Oct-Dec2001, Issue 109, p36
Blog Entry
Reports on the survival of the blue-tongued lizard in Sydney, Australia despite widespread environmental disturbance. Home range between males and females; Preference for garden habitats than natural remnant habitats.


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