The ecological effects of possums on the New Zealand environment

Possums (Trichosorus vulpecula) affect the environment of New Zealand in a number of ways, apart from being the most important wildlife reservoir of bovine tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis): (1) they are vectors of other diseases of farm animals (e.g Lep

Author P. E. Cowan and G. V. Petersen
Year 1991
Secondary title Symposium on tuberculosis
Volume 132
Place published Palmerston North
Publisher Massey University
Pages 73-88