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  Volume 10 Number 1

 
EDITORIAL  
  Musings and Elections. H. F. Recher. 1
NEWS AND VIEWS  
News from the Australasian Section. R. Davis and K. Firestone.
3
AN OPINION PIECE  
Musings on Biodiversity by a Retired Park Manager. R. E. Fox.
5
RESEARCH PAPERS  
  Soil seedbanks in natural and restored box ironbark forests at Stawell Gold Mine, Victoria. E. Comino, B. P. Miller and N. J. Enright.
9
  Pounce site characteristics of the Western Yellow Robin Eopsaltria griseogularis: the importance of assessing foraging microhabitat. J. A. Cousin.
21
  Australian rainfall patterns and the southern oscillation. 1. A continental perspective.
R. G. Vines, J. C. Noble and S. G. Marsden.
28
  Invasion of native vegetation by Coolatai Grass Hyparrhenia hirta: impacts on native vegetation and management implications. S. L. McArdle, C. Nadolny and B. M. Sindel.
49
  Implications of phylogeography and population genetics for subspecies taxomony of Grey (Pacific Black) Duck Anas superciliosa and its conservation in New Zealand. J. M. Rhymer M. J. Williams and R. T. Kingsford.
57
RESEARCH NOTE  
  The demise of mass migration of the Brown Awl Badamia exclamationis (Fabricius 1775) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae): a consequence of land clearing in Queensland? P S. Valentine.
67
BOOK REVIEWS  
  Invasion biology: critique of a pseudoscience. M. Calver.
70
  Ecosystem Management: Adaptive, Community based Conservation. M. Lilith.
71
  Evolution, Ecology, Conservation and Management of Hawaiian Birds: a Vanishing Avifauna. C. Powell.
72
  Conservation in the Internet Age: Threats and Opportunities. D. Cancilla.
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  Volume 10 Number 2/3

 
EDITORIAL  
  Inverting the paradigm. Prof. Henry Nix.  
NEWS AND VIEWS  
  Australasian Section of the Society for Conservation Biology. K. Firestone. 77
SPECIAL SECTION  
  The biodiversity values of farming systems and agricultural landscapes. E. C. Lefroy and F. P. Smith. 80
  Heathens in the chapel? Economics and the conservation of native biodiversity. D. J. Pannell. 88
  Identifying priority areas for conservation action in agricultural landscapes. A. F. Bennett. 106
  Biodiversity and agricultural landscapes: Can the wicked policy problems be solved? A. Brennan. 124
SPECIAL SECTION - continued  
  Metrics for assessing the biodiversity values of farming systems and agricultural landscapes. J. Williams. 145
RESEARCH PAPERS  
  Ecological research on private land: lessons from the farm. D. Hazell. 164
  Distribution of the amphibian chytrid Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis and keratin during tadpole development. G. Marantelli, L. Berger, R. Speare and L. Keegan.
173
  Avian use of farm habitats, including windbreak, on the New South Wales Tablelands. C. Kinross. 180
  The activity of Sand Goannas Varanus gouldii and their interaction with reintroduced Greater Stick-nest Rats Leporillus conditor. J. Bolton and K. Moseby.
193
BOOK REVIEW  
  The Speciation and Biogeography of Birds. J. A. Cousin. 202
  Volume 10 Number 4

 
EDITORIAL  
  Australia's marine conservation. F. H. Talbot. 205
NEWS AND VIEWS  
  News from the Australasian Section of the Society for Conservation Biology. T. Silberbauer, A. Mack and K. Firestone.
207
RESEARCH PAPERS  
  The influence of Feral Cats Felis catus on the distribution and abundance of introduced and endemic Galapagos rodents. N. Dexter, R. C. Dowler, J. P. Flanagan, S. Hart, M. A. Reuelez and T. E. Lee Jr.
210
  Characteristics of Brown Treesnakes Boiga irregularis removed from Guam's transportation network. D. S. Vice and D. L. Vice.
216
  Critical review of threatened species collections in the New South Wales Seedbank: implications for ex situ conservation of biodiversity.C. A. Offord, M. L. McKensy and P. V. Cuneo.
221
  Rediscovery of an endangered frog Platymantis vitianus, on mainland Fiji: implications for conservation and management. C. Morrison, A. Naikatini, N. Thomas, L. Rounds, B. Thaman and J. Niukula.
237
  Exhaustive sampling in a Southern Hemisphere global biodiversity hotspot: inventorying species richness and assessing endemicity of the little known jarrah forest spiders. K. E. C. Brennan, M. L. Moir and J. D. Majer.
241
  Use of instream wood habitat by Trout Cod Maccullochella macquariensis (Cuvier) in the Murrumbidgee River. L. Growns, I. Wooden and C. Schiller.
261
  The role of connectivity in Australian conservation. M. E. Souli, B. G. Mackey, H. F. Recher, J. E. Williams, J. C. Z. Wainarski, D. Driscoll, W G Dennison and M. E. Jones.
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INDEX 280
 

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