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Lindenmayer, D.B., Cunningham, R.B. & Peakall, R. (2005) The recovery of populations of bush rat Rattus fuscipes in forest fragments following major population reduction. Journal of Applied Ecology, 42, 649–658.

There were errors in Figs 5 and 6 in the published paper so we are reproducing both figures in full below.

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Figure 5. Mean log counts on 50 m × 50 m grids each with 25 traps of the bush rat at 0, 6, 13 and 24 months. The original figure incorrectly stated that the trapping grids were 25 m × 25 m in size. Crosses, controls; circles, perturbation treatment; diamonds, patches stocked with animals from other patches. Approximate standard error of difference for comparing means between times within treatments = 0·27. Approximate standard error of difference for comparing means treatments within time = 0·38.

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Figure 6. Mean log counts on 50 m × 50 m grids each with 25 traps of the bush rat at 0, 6, 13 and 24 months for small populations (< 15 animals; crosses) and large populations (> 15 animals; circles). Approximate standard error of difference for comparing means between times within treatments = 0·27. The original figure incorrectly stated that the trapping grids were 25 m × 25 m in size and incorrectly showed a trapping event at 2 months. The lines on the figure were also incorrectly labelled as perturbation treatment and controls rather than small and large populations.

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