The Fire Refuge Value of Patches of a Fire-Sensitive Tree in Fire-prone Savannas: Callitris intratropica in Northern Australia
Article first published online: 4 JUL 2013
© 2013 Commonwealth of Australia. Biotropica © 2013 The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation
Volume 45, Issue 5, pages 594–601, September 2013
How to Cite
Radford, Ian. J., Andersen, A. N., Graham, G. and Trauernicht, C. (2013), The Fire Refuge Value of Patches of a Fire-Sensitive Tree in Fire-prone Savannas: Callitris intratropica in Northern Australia. Biotropica, 45: 594–601. doi: 10.1111/btp.12050
- Issue published online: 3 SEP 2013
- Article first published online: 4 JUL 2013
- Manuscript Revised: 8 APR 2013
- Manuscript Received: 18 JAN 2013
- National Heritage Trust
- ANZ Holsworth Endowment, Australian Geographic
- Ecological Society of Australia
TABLE S1. Woody plant species recorded from 143 quadrats across 47 Callitris patches occurring throughout the Kimberley region.
TABLE S2. Woody plant species occurring in Callitris patches and in adjacent Eucalyptus-dominated savanna in the Ning Bing ranges.
TABLE S3. Abundance of ant species collected in pitfall traps in Callitris patches and Eucalyptus savanna sites in the Ning Bing Ranges.
TABLE S4. Ant species collected inside and outside Callitris patches in the Gunlom and Jim Jim Falls regions of Kakadu National Park.
FIGURE S1. Location of the Ning Bing, Jim Jim and Gunlom study regions in northwestern Australia.
FIGURE S2. Adjacent Callitris and Eucalyptus savanna sites in the Ning Bing Ranges, and site J2 in Kakadu National Park.
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