Ecology - Page 8

  • Armadillo Invasion

    The species has a high reproductive rate, producing quadruplets and living for twenty years. Individuals can also delay implantation of a fertilised egg during times of stress.

    By Guest Bloggers on 21st October 2011
  • Culling: A Controversy in Conservation

    It must be remembered that in all cases culling is an attempt to rectify a problem which has been created by us. For example, culling invasive species which we have introduced can be an effective way of protecting native flora and fauna.

    By Richard Hassall on 19th October 2011
  • The Season of Fungi is Upon Us

    The glorious Amanita Muscarias are dotted around the woodland and are looking spectacular, yet menacing.

    By Guest Bloggers on 22nd September 2011
  • Can Fish Save our Coral Reefs?

    It is the algae that give coral reefs such incredible colours, and provides food for the numerous species of fish that live there.

    By Alex Taylor on 8th September 2011