Learning little things about extinction

Sarre, Alastair
June 1997
Ecos;Winter97, Issue 92, p21
Blog Entry
Focuses on the struggle to survive by many species of insects as their habitat in Australia is slowly destroyed. Description of the fragmentation of the habitat; Views of ecologists about a fragmented habitat; Reference to the book `The Theory of Island Biography'; Description of a study to determine the insects species living in the habitat. INSETS: Science by design.;Appreciating the art of biodiversity..


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