Data from: Predation risk for reptiles is highest at remnant edges in agricultural landscapes

Nicole A. Hansen, Chloe F. Sato, Damian R. Michael, David B. Lindenmayer & Don A. Driscoll
Preventing biodiversity loss in fragmented agricultural landscapes is a global problem. The persistence of biodiversity within remnant vegetation can be influenced by an animal's ability to move through the farmland matrix between habitat patches. Yet, many of the mechanisms driving species occurrence within these landscapes are poorly understood, particularly for reptiles. We used scented and unscented plasticine lizard models and wildlife cameras to (a) estimate predation risk of reptiles in four farmland types (crop field,...
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