Abramsky, Z. (1978) Small mammal community ecology: changes in species diversity in response to manipulated productivity.Oecologia
Archer, M. (1981) Results of the Archbold Expeditions. No. 104. Systematic revision of the marsupial dasyurid genusSminthopsis Thomas.Bull. Amer. Mus. Natur. Hist.
Bowers, M. A. and Brown, J. H. (1982) Body size and coexistence in desert rodents: chance or community structure?Ecology
Braithwaite, R. W., Cockburn, A. and Lee, A. K. (1978) Resource partitioning by small mammals in lowland heath communities of southeastern Australia.Aust. J. Ecol.
Brown, J. H. (1973) Species diversity of seed-eating desert rodents in sand dune habitats.Ecology
Brown, J. H. Variation in desert rodent guilds: patterns, processes and scales.Pr. Br. Ecol. Soc., in press.
Brown, W. L. Jr (1958) General adaptation and evolution.Syst. Zool.
Cockburn, A. (1978) The distribution ofPseudomys shortridgei (Muridae:rodentia) and its relevance to that of other heathlandPseudomys.Aust. Wildlife Res.
Cody, M. L. (1974)Competition and Structure in Bird Communities. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, 318 pp.
Colwell, R. K. and Winkler, D. W. (1984) A null model for null models in biogeography. InEcological Communities: Conceptual Issues and the Evidence (D. R. Stronget al., eds) pp. 344–59. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA.
Darlington, P. J. (1948) The geographical distribution of cold-blooded vertebrates.Q. Rev. Biol.
23, 1–26, 106–23.
Diamond, J. M. (1975) Assembly of species communities. InEcology and Evolution of Communities (M. L. Cody and J. M. Diamond, eds) pp. 342–444. Belknap Press, Cambridge, MA, USA.
Fox, B. J. (1981) Niche parameters and species diversity.Ecology
Fox, B. J. (1982) A review of dasyurid ecology and speculation on the role of limiting similarity in community organization. InCarnivorous Marsupials (M. Archer, ed.) pp. 97–116. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Fox, B. J. (1983) Mammal species diversity in Australian heathlands: the importance of pyric succession and habitat diversity. InMediterranean-type Ecosystems: The Role of Nutrients (Kruger, F. J., Mitchell, D. T. and Jarvis, J. U. M., eds) pp. 473–89. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Fox, B. J. (1985) Small mammal communities in Australian temperate heathlands and forests. InNiche Spaces and Small Mammal Communities (Fox, B. J. and Powell, R. A., eds) pp. 153–8.Aust. Mammal.
Fox, B. J. (1988) Small-mammal community pattern in Australian heathland: a taxonomically based rule for species assembly. InPatterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities (Morris, D. W.et al., eds). (Proceedings of Symposium. Fourth International Theriological Conference.) Texas Tech Museum Special Publications Series, in press.
Fox, B. J. and Archer, E. (1984) The diets ofSminthopsis murina andAntechinus stuartii (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae) in sympatry.Aust. Wildlife Res.
Fox, B. J. and Pople, A. R. (1984) Experimental confirmation of interspecific competition between native and introduced mice.Aust. J. Ecol.
Futuyma, D. J. (1979)Evolutionary Biology, 565 pp. Sinaur, Sunderland, MA, USA.
Genoways, H. H. and Brown, J. H.Biology of the Heteromyidae (Special Publications No. 10). The American Society of Mammalogists, in press.
Kirkland, G. L. Jr (1985) Soricid communities: structure and niche relationships. Paper presented atSymposium on Biology of Insectivora I, Fourth International Theriological Congress, Edmonton, Canada, 22–25 August.
Lee, A. K., Baverstock, P. R. and Watts, C. H. S. (1981) Rodents — the late invaders. InEcological Biogeography in Australia (Keast, A., ed.) pp. 1523–53. Dr W. Junk, The Hague.
MacArthur, R. H. (1972)Geographical Ecology. Harper and Row, New York.
MacArthur, R. H. and Pianka, E. R. (1966) On optimal use of a patchy environment.Amer. Natur.
MacArthur, R. H. and Wilson, E. O. (1967)The Theory of Island Biogeography. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, 203 pp.
M'Closkey, R. T. (1978) Niche separation and assembly in four species of Sonoran Desert rodents.Amer. Natur.
Morton, S. R. and Baynes, A. (1985) Small mammal assemblages in arid Australia: a reappraisal. InNiche Spaces and Small Mammal Communities (Fox, B. J. and Powell, R., eds) pp. 159–69.Aust. Mammal.
Pianka, E. R. (1973) The structure of lizard communities.Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst.,4, 53–74.
Strahan, R. (1983)The Australian Museum Complete Book of Australian Mammals. Angus and Robertson, Sydney.
Tamarin, R. H. (1985)Biology of New World. Microtus (Special Publication No. 3). The American Society of Mammalogists.
Tilman, D. (1982)Resource Competition and Community Structure. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA.
Wake, D. B., Roth, G. and Wake, M. H. (1983) On the problem of stasis in organismal evolution.J. Theor. Biol.
Wakefield, N. A. (1972) Paleoecology of fossil assemblages from some Australian caves.Pr. Roy. Soc. Vict.