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How does grazing of native pastures affect their biodiversity?



How does grazing of native pastures affect their biodiversity?



Bradstock, R A, Auld, T D, Keith, D A, Kingsford, R T, Lunney, D, Sivertsen, D P Conserving biodiversity: Threats and solutions 249-259




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