Demographic consequences of sex-biased dispersal in a population of brushtail possums

1. A population of brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) in the Orongorongo Valley, near Wellington, New Zealand was live-trapped three times a year for 15 years. Almost all births occurred in a single autumn pulse, and many young were tagged while st

Author M. Efford
Year 1998
Secondary title Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume 67
Number 4
Pages 503-517