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Sam C. Banks and David B. Lindenmayer Inbreeding avoidance, patch isolation and matrix permeability influence dispersal and settlement choices by male agile antechinus in a fragmented landscape Journal of Animal Ecology 83

Article first published online: 30 AUG 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12128

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The authors use detailed data on individual dispersal events to test hypotheses about the factors influencing non-randomness of dispersal in fragmented landscapes. They show that the avoidance of inbreeding has previously unappreciated effects on the ways in which animals move across natural landscapes, and in particular a strong effect on where individuals go after leaving home.

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