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A non-mutilating method for marking small wild mammals and reptiles
- S. Petit, H. Waudby, A. Walker, Rebecca Zanker, G. Rau
- Environmental Science, BiologyAustralian Journal of Zoology
- 28 August 2012
UV-fluorescent tattoo ink is a cheap and ethical way of marking many small vertebrate species, although it is recommended long-term evaluations of mark retention and the impact of tattoos on animals, including a potential increase in visibility to some predators.
Detection and phylogenetic characterisation of novel Anaplasma and Ehrlichia species in Amblyomma triguttatum subsp. from four allopatric populations in Australia.
Clofazimine (Lamprene, B663) in the treatment of lepromatous leprosy in the United Kingdom. A 12 year review of 31 cases, 1966-1978.
- S. G. Browne, D. J. Harman, H. Waudby, A. Mcdougall
- MedicineInternational journal of leprosy and other…
- 1 June 1981
The general impression is that clofazimine has been outstandingly valuable both as regards treatment of the bacillary infection and the suppression of reaction, and no other drug currently available for the treatment of leprosy could have achieved such good results in a comparable group of patients.
Standard Operating Procedures for aluminium box, wire cage, and pitfall trapping, handling, and temporary housing of small wild rodents and marsupials
General SOPs that are compatible with most existing ones for Australia are devised and may be used as guidelines by researchers who need to provide such protocols to their organisation or AEC, or in teaching.
Seasonal density fluctuations of the exotic ornate kangaroo tick, Amblyomma triguttatum triguttatum Koch, and its distribution on Yorke Peninsula, South Australia
Numbers of the ornate kangaroo tick were highest in March when larvae peaked, and few ticks were detected in January (summer) or July (winter), supporting their invasive status.
Comments on the efficacy and use of visible implant elastomer (VIE) for marking lizards
Grazing by over-abundant native herbivores jeopardizes conservation goals in semi-arid reserves
Thermoregulatory value of cracking-clay soil shelters for small vertebrates during extreme desert conditions.
The temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH) regulating properties of the soil cracks that characterize the extensive cracking-clay landscapes of arid Australia are investigated, and the extent of their use by 2 small marsupial species: fat-tailed and stripe-faced dunnarts (Sminthopsis crassicaudata and Sminstopsis macroura).
Hosts of the exotic ornate kangaroo tick, Amblyomma triguttatum triguttatum Koch, on southern Yorke Peninsula, South Australia
- H. Waudby, S. Petit, B. Dixon, R. Andrews
- Biology, Environmental ScienceParasitology Research
- 5 July 2007
The species was identified through trapping, sampling of carcasses, and opportunistic capture of vertebrates on Yorke Peninsula, and its hosts were removed from black rats, wild rabbits, western grey kangaroos, domesticated cats and dogs, and humans.
The importance of Travelling Stock Reserves for maintaining high-quality threatened temperate woodlands
Empirical evidence is provided to support the high conservation value of TSRs in formerly woodland-dominated, but now extensively cleared agricultural landscapes with significant effects on some vegetation attributes demonstrated to be important for threatened fauna.