Info on Casuarina seed failures re Glossy Blacks

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Subject: Info on Casuarina seed failures re Glossy Blacks
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 14:53:13 +1000
Greetings:  Does anyone have any information or could point me to articles/references about seed failure of casuarina both in the local region and the coast/coastal ranges, particularly over the last 20 years?
I am working on a nomination of the Glossy Black-cockatoo for listing as a threatened species in ACT.  Its almost finalised, but I would like to look at any links between influxes of numbers of birds in ACT and seed failures on the east coast/coastal ranges.
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