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Forests, Volume 9, Issue 5 (May 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) We used chainsaws to carve artificial hollows directly into the trunks and branches of live [...] Read more. We used chainsaws to carve artificial hollows directly into the trunks and branches of live Eucalyptus trees, thereby avoiding the long time delays taken for these keystone habitat features to develop via natural processes. The ‘chainsaw hollows’ produced thermally stable microhabitats similar to natural tree hollows, and could potentially provide supplementary hollows that buffer hollow-dependent fauna from weather extremes. View this paper