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Top-Predators as Biodiversity Regulators: Contemporary Issues Affecting Knowledge and Management of Dingoes in Australia

By Benjamin L. Allen, Peter J.S. Fleming, Matt Hayward, Lee R. Allen, Richard M. Engeman, Guy Ballard and Luke K-P. Leung

Submitted: November 24th 2011Reviewed: May 29th 2012Published: August 29th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/50246

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Benjamin L. Allen, Peter J.S. Fleming, Matt Hayward, Lee R. Allen, Richard M. Engeman, Guy Ballard and Luke K-P. Leung (August 29th 2012). Top-Predators as Biodiversity Regulators: Contemporary Issues Affecting Knowledge and Management of Dingoes in Australia, Biodiversity Enrichment in a Diverse World Gbolagade Akeem Lameed, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/50246. Available from:

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