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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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Volume 36 Number 1 2014

 
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Roads and macropods: interactions and implications 
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Amy R. F. Bond and Darryl N. Jones
pp. 1-14
 
  
 

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Camera traps provide insight into factors influencing trap success of the swamp wallaby, Wallabia bicolor 
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Ami Bennett and Graeme Coulson
pp. 15-20
 
  
 

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Aspects of the ecology of the kalubu bandicoot (Echymipera kalubu) and observations on Raffray’s bandicoot (Peroryctes raffrayanus), Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea 
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Richard J. Cuthbert and Matthew J. H. Denny
pp. 21-28
 
  
 

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Activity patterns and roosting of the eastern blossom-bat (Syconycteris australis) 
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Rebecca L. Drury and Fritz Geiser
pp. 29-34
 
  
 

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Does woodland condition influence the diversity and abundance of small mammal communities? 
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T. L. Moore, L. E. Valentine, M. D. Craig, G. E. St J. Hardy and P. A. Fleming
pp. 35-44
 
  
 

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Ecology and movement of urban koalas adjacent to linear infrastructure in coastal south-east Queensland 
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S. M. de Oliveira, P. J. Murray, D. L. de Villiers and G. S. Baxter
pp. 45-54
 
  
 

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Structure of a burrow of the northern hopping-mouse, Notomys aquilo, and its surface signs on Groote Eylandt 
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Simon J. Ward
pp. 55-59
 
  
 

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Horizontal or vertical? Camera trap orientations and recording modes for detecting potoroos, bandicoots and pademelons 
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Brendan D. Taylor, Ross L. Goldingay and John M. Lindsay
pp. 60-66
 
  
 

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A vertical bait station for black rats (Rattus rattus) that reduces bait take by a sympatric native rodent 
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Frances Zewe, Paul Meek, Hugh Ford and Karl Vernes
pp. 67-73
 
  
 

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Home range areas of koalas in an urban area of north-east New South Wales 
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Ross L. Goldingay and Barbara Dobner
pp. 74-80
 
  
 

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Breeding in wild populations of a small dasyurid marsupial, Planigale ingrami, in north-western Queensland using a novel method for collection of specimens 
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P. A. Woolley and C. Elliott
pp. 81-89
 
  
 

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Faecal particle size and tooth wear of the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) 
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William Ellis, Rachael Attard, Stephen Johnston, Peter Theileman, Allan McKinnon and David Booth
pp. 90-94
 
  
 

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Surviving in the south: a recent incursion of the agile wallaby (Macropus agilis) in Tasmania 
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Matthew Pauza, Jim Richley, Sue Robinson and Simon Fearn
pp. 95-98
 
  
 

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A reassessment of the type locality of the giant rat Solomys salamonis (Rodentia : Muridae) from the Solomon Islands 
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Tyrone H. Lavery
pp. 99-102
 
  
 

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Monitoring of small mammal populations in the Brindabella Ranges after fire 
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Micah J. Davies and Alex Drew
pp. 103-107
 
  
 

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Observations of breeding behaviour and possible infanticide in a wild population of Tasmanian echidnas (Tachyglossus aculeatus setosus) 
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Rachel L. Harris and Stewart C. Nicol
pp. 108-112
 
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Seasonal truffle consumption by long-nosed bandicoots (Perameles nasuta) in a mixed rainforest–open forest community in north-eastern New South Wales 
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Karl Vernes
pp. 113-115
 
  
 

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Detecting burrows and trapping for mulgaras (Dasycercus cristicauda and D. blythi) can be difficult 
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Graham G. Thompson and Scott A. Thompson
pp. 116-120
 
  
 

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The Mark II Bromilow Kinnear humane soft trap: a major upgrade 
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J. E. Kinnear, R. N. Bromilow and N. Moore
pp. 121-127
 
  
 

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Long-nosed potoroo (Potorous tridactylus) behaviour and handling times when foraging for buried truffles 
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Karl Vernes and Peter Jarman
pp. 128-130
 
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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.

    AM13039  Accepted 01 April 2014
    Burrowing behaviour of the northern hopping-mouse (Notomys aquilo): field observations
    Rebecca Diete, Paul Meek, Christopher Dickman, Luke Leung
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    AM13015  Accepted 01 April 2014
    Marsupial mole (Notoryctes typhlops) surfacing behaviour and ecology at Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park
    Kerrie Bennison, James Clayton, Chris Pavey, Melinda Wilson, Robert Godfree
    Abstract


    AM13034  Accepted 18 March 2014
    Revised Title: "Use of highway underpasses by bandicoots over a 7-year period that encompassed road-widening"
    Brendan Taylor, Ross Goldingay
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    AM13035  Accepted 06 March 2014
    Genetic monitoring reveals significant population structure in eastern quolls – implications for the conservation of a threatened carnivorous marsupial.
    Maria Cardoso, Nick Mooney, Mark Eldridge, Karen Firestone, William Sherwin
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    AM13038  Accepted 20 February 2014
    Records of vagrant fur seals (family Otariidae) in South Australia
    Peter Shaughnessy, Catherine Kemper, David Stemmer, Jane McKenzie
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    AM13022  Accepted 19 February 2014
    Signs of wildlife activity and Eucalyptus wandoo condition
    Tracey Moore, Michael Craig, Leonie Valentine, Giles Hardy, Patricia Fleming
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    AM13030  Accepted 14 February 2014
    Molecular characterization of the signaling molecules TCRζ and ZAP-70 in the marsupial Macropus eugenii (tammar wallaby).
    Sabine Flenady, Lauren Young
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1. Published 12 September 2013
Evidence of rapid population decline of the eastern quoll (Dasyurus viverrinus) in Tasmania

Bronwyn A. Fancourt, Clare E. Hawkins and Stewart C. Nicol

2. Published 12 September 2013
Koala habitat use and population density: using field data to test the assumptions of ecological models

William Ellis, Sean FitzGibbon, Alistair Melzer, Robbie Wilson, Steve Johnston, Fred Bercovitch, David Dique and Frank Carrick

3. Published 12 September 2013
Individual identification of northern quolls (Dasyurus hallucatus) using remote cameras

Rosemary Hohnen, Jack Ashby, Katherine Tuft and Hugh McGregor

4. Published 12 September 2013
Examining interactions between dingoes (wild dogs) and mesopredators: the need for caution when interpreting summary data from previously published work

Andrew W. Claridge

5. Published 12 September 2013
Behaviour and survivorship of a dasyurid predator (Antechinus flavipes) in response to encounters with the toxic and invasive cane toad (Rhinella marina)

Wiebke Kämper, Jonathan K. Webb, Mathew S. Crowther, Matthew J. Greenlees and Richard Shine

6. Published 12 September 2013
High predation risk for a small mammal: the eastern pygmy-possum (Cercartetus nanus)

Bradley Law, Mark Chidel and Alf Britton

7. Published 12 September 2013
Population viability analysis shows spotted-tailed quolls may be vulnerable to competition

A. S. Glen and C. R. Dickman

8. Published 12 September 2013
Home range size and use by the long-nosed bandicoot (Perameles nasuta) following fire

Christopher I. MacGregor, Jeff T. Wood, Nick Dexter and David B. Lindenmayer

9. Published 17 March 2014
Horizontal or vertical? Camera trap orientations and recording modes for detecting potoroos, bandicoots and pademelons

Brendan D. Taylor, Ross L. Goldingay and John M. Lindsay

10. Published 12 September 2013
The performance of wombat gates in controlling wildlife movement through a predator fence

T. D. Coates

11. Published 12 September 2013
Habitat preference of the Australian water rat (Hydromys chrysogaster) in a coastal wetland and stream, Two Peoples Bay, south-western Australia

Peter C. Speldewinde, Paul Close, Melissa Weybury and Sarah Comer

12. Published 12 September 2013
Evaluation of a degradable time-release mechanism for telemetry collars

Samuel Thalmann

13. Published 12 September 2013
An inland population of the common ringtail possum (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) at Black Rock Ridge, New South Wales: a preliminary ecological assessment

J. A. Kerle, C. Kimmorley and J. M. Old

14. Published 17 March 2014
Does woodland condition influence the diversity and abundance of small mammal communities?

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

15. Published 12 September 2013
Refuge sites, activity and torpor in wild common dunnarts (Sminthopsis murina) in a temperate heathland

David C. Paull

16. Published 17 March 2014
Roads and macropods: interactions and implications

Amy R. F. Bond and Darryl N. Jones

17. Published 12 September 2013
Habitat use and ecological observations of the Ooldea dunnart (Sminthopsis ooldea) at Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory

Kerrie Bennison, Christopher R. Dickman and Robert Godfree

18. Published 17 March 2014
Camera traps provide insight into factors influencing trap success of the swamp wallaby, Wallabia bicolor

Ami Bennett and Graeme Coulson

19. Published 12 September 2013
Longevity and breeding in captive red-tailed phascogales (Phascogale calura)

Hayley J. Stannard, Casey R. Borthwick, Oselyne Ong and Julie M. Old

20. Published 12 September 2013
Targeted trapping surveys shed new light on the distribution and habitat characteristics of the Carpentarian pseudantechinus (Pseudantechinus mimulus), a threatened dasyurid marsupial

P. Lloyd, M. Sanders, T. Reis and A. Abbott


      
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