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Australian Mammalogy is an important source of information on all aspects of the biology of Australasian mammals – both native and introduced. More

Editor: Ross Goldingay

 
 
 

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Published online 22 May 2015
Captive management and the maintenance of genetic diversity in a vulnerable marsupial, the greater bilby 
Emily J. Miller, Mark D. B. Eldridge, Keith Morris, Neil Thomas and Catherine A. Herbert
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Published online 15 May 2015
Prey of the silver-headed antechinus (Antechinus argentus), a new species of Australian dasyurid marsupial 
Eugene D. Mason, Chris J. Burwell and Andrew M. Baker
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Published online 08 May 2015
Mapping the likelihood of koalas across New South Wales for use in Private Native Forestry: developing a simple, species distribution model that deals with opportunistic data 
Martin Predavec, Daniel Lunney, Ian Shannon, Dave Scotts, John Turbill and Bill Faulkner
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Published online 08 May 2015
Consumption of crops by feral pigs (Sus scrofa) in a fragmented agricultural landscape 
Matthew Gentle, James Speed and Darren Marshall
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Published online 01 May 2015
Burrowing behaviour of the delicate mouse (Pseudomys delicatulus) and the management implications for a threatened sympatric rodent (Notomys aquilo) 
Rebecca L. Diete, Susan M. Adamczyk, Paul D. Meek, Christopher R. Dickman and Luke K.-P. Leung
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Published online 01 May 2015
Seasonal home range and habitat use of a critically endangered marsupial (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) inside and outside a predator-proof sanctuary 
Georgina J. Yeatman and Adrian F. Wayne
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Published online 17 April 2015
The diet of the common wombat (Vombatus ursinus) above the winter snowline in the decade following a wildfire 
K. Green, N. E. Davis and W. A. Robinson
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Published online 17 April 2015
Distribution and habitat preference of the broad-toothed rat (Mastacomys fuscus) in the Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
Richard N. C. Milner, Danswell Starrs, Greg Hayes and Murray C. Evans
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Volume 37 Number 1 2015

 
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The history of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia 
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Paul D. Meek, Guy-Anthony Ballard, Karl Vernes and Peter J. S. Fleming
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The pitfalls of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia 
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Paul D. Meek, Guy-Anthony Ballard and Peter J. S. Fleming
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Penetration ability of echidna spines and porcupine quills 
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B. A. Gooden and M. L. Augee
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Survival, age estimation and sexual maturity of pouch young of the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata) in captivity 
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Craig K. Thompson, Adrian F. Wayne, Stephanie S. Godfrey and R. C. Andrew Thompson
pp. 29-38
 
  
 

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The use of topographic fire refuges by the greater glider (Petauroides volans) and the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus cunninghami) following a landscape-scale fire 
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Laurence E. Berry, Don A. Driscoll, Samuel C. Banks and David B. Lindenmayer
pp. 39-45
 
  
 

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Divergent foraging behaviour of a desert rodent, Notomys fuscus, in covered and open microhabitats revealed using giving up densities and video analysis 
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Timothy Morris, Christopher E. Gordon and Mike Letnic
pp. 46-50
 
  
 

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Cetacean strandings in South Australia (1881–2008) 
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Tomoyo Segawa and Catherine Kemper
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Population characteristics and management of the long-nosed potoroo (Potorous tridactylus) in high-quality habitat in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales 
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Melinda A. Norton, Alison Prentice, Juliet Dingle, Kris French and Andrew W. Claridge
pp. 67-74
 
  
 

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Estimating the abundance of the bilby (Macrotis lagotis): a vulnerable, uncommon, nocturnal marsupial 
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Gregory William Lollback, Rachel Mebberson, Niki Evans, Jonathan David Shuker and Jean-Marc Hero
pp. 75-85
 
  
 

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A new population of the northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus) on the edge of the Little Sandy Desert, Western Australia 
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Jeff M. Turpin and Mike J. Bamford
pp. 86-91
 
  
 

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Nitrogen transport from sea to land by a threatened and declining population of Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea) on Kangaroo Island, South Australia 
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Trish J. Lavery, Ben Roudnew and James G. Mitchell
pp. 92-96
 
  
 

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A new population of the critically endangered central rock-rat (Zyzomys pedunculatus) discovered in the Northern Territory 
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Peter J. McDonald, Richie Brittingham, Catherine Nano and Rachel Paltridge
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Southern right whale dolphins from Tasmania 
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Eric J. Woehler and Carly Ward
pp. 101-103
 
  
 

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Preliminary assessment suggests that acoustic lures can increase capture rates of Australian echolocating bats 
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David A. Hill, Kyle N. Armstrong and Paul A. Barden
pp. 104-106
 
  
 

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Winter diet of introduced red deer (Cervus elaphus) in woodland vegetation in Grampians National Park, western Victoria 
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Cathryn Roberts, Martin Westbrooke, Singarayer Florentine and Simon Cook
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Use of motion-activated remote cameras to detect the endangered spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus): results from a pilot study 
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Chris M. McLean, Angelica Vårhammar and Katarina M. Mikac
pp. 113-115
 
  
 

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The use of call imitation to establish territory occupancy by Leadbeater's possum (Gymnobelideus leadbeateri) 
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Dan Harley
pp. 116-119
 
  
 

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Making a killing: photographic evidence of predation of a Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii) by a feral cat (Felis catus) 
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Bronwyn A. Fancourt
pp. 120-124
 
  
 

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These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.

    AM14020  Accepted 05 May 2015
    Factors influencing trap success of sandhill dunnarts, Sminthopsis psammophila, and other small mammals, in Triodia dunefields of South Australia
    John Read, Katherine Moseby
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    AM14033  Accepted 04 May 2015
    Mala Lagorchestes hirsutus diet at Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park and comparison with historic free-ranging mala in the Tanami Desert: implications for management and future reintroductions
    Jim Clayton, Chris Pavey, Karl Vernes, Elizabeth Jefferys
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    AM14008  Accepted 10 February 2015
    North Kimberley Mammals – on the fringe of the high rainfall zone
    Jeff Turpin
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1. Published 5 September 2014
Rapid decline in detections of the Tasmanian bettong (Bettongia gaimardi) following local incursion of feral cats (Felis catus)

Bronwyn A. Fancourt

2. Published 13 March 2015
Making a killing: photographic evidence of predation of a Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii) by a feral cat (Felis catus)

Bronwyn A. Fancourt

3. Published 13 March 2015
The pitfalls of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia

Paul D. Meek, Guy-Anthony Ballard and Peter J. S. Fleming

4. Published 5 September 2014
The habitat and diet of koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) in Queensland

Alistair Melzer, Romane Cristescu, William Ellis, Sean FitzGibbon and Gabriella Manno

5. Published 13 March 2015
The history of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia

Paul D. Meek, Guy-Anthony Ballard, Karl Vernes and Peter J. S. Fleming

6. Published 5 September 2014
Genetic monitoring reveals significant population structure in eastern quolls: implications for the conservation of a threatened carnivorous marsupial

Maria J. Cardoso, Nick Mooney, Mark D. B. Eldridge, Karen B. Firestone and William B. Sherwin

7. Published 5 September 2014
Burrowing behaviour of the northern hopping-mouse (Notomys aquilo): field observations

Rebecca L. Diete, Paul D. Meek, Christopher R. Dickman and Luke K.-P. Leung

8. Published 5 September 2014
Use of highway underpasses by bandicoots over a 7-year period that encompassed road widening

Brendan D. Taylor and Ross L. Goldingay

9. Published 5 September 2014
Surfacing behaviour and ecology of the marsupial mole (Notoryctes typhlops) at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Kerrie Bennison, Jim Clayton, Robert Godfree, Chris Pavey and Melinda Wilson

10. Published 5 September 2014
Signs of wildlife activity and Eucalyptus wandoo condition

T. L. Moore, M. D. Craig, L. E. Valentine, G. E. St J. Hardy and P. A. Fleming

11. Published 13 March 2015
Use of motion-activated remote cameras to detect the endangered spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus): results from a pilot study

Chris M. McLean, Angelica Vårhammar and Katarina M. Mikac

12. Published 13 March 2015
A new population of the northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus) on the edge of the Little Sandy Desert, Western Australia

Jeff M. Turpin and Mike J. Bamford

13. Published 5 September 2014
Variability in the seasonality of breeding by the common brushtail possum, Trichosurus vulpecula: its possible causes and management implications

Phil Cowan

14. Published 13 March 2015
Estimating the abundance of the bilby (Macrotis lagotis): a vulnerable, uncommon, nocturnal marsupial

Gregory William Lollback, Rachel Mebberson, Niki Evans, Jonathan David Shuker and Jean-Marc Hero

15. Published 5 September 2014
Population ecology of the eastern pygmy-possum (Cercartetus nanus) in a montane woodland in southern New South Wales

Jamie M. Harris, Ross L. Goldingay and Lyndon O. Brooks

16. Published 5 September 2014
Does diet constrain the occupation of high elevations by macropods? A comparison between Macropus rufogriseus and Wallabia bicolor

K. Green, N. E. Davis and W. A. Robinson

17. Published 5 September 2014
Improved technique for capturing the greater bilby (Macrotis lagotis) using burrow cage traps

H. M. McGregor and K. E. Moseby

18. Published 5 September 2014
Gliding performance in the yellow-bellied glider in low-canopy forest

Ross L. Goldingay

19. Published 13 March 2015
The use of topographic fire refuges by the greater glider (Petauroides volans) and the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus cunninghami) following a landscape-scale fire

Laurence E. Berry, Don A. Driscoll, Samuel C. Banks and David B. Lindenmayer

20. Published 13 March 2015
Penetration ability of echidna spines and porcupine quills

B. A. Gooden and M. L. Augee


      
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