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«TASMANIAN DEVIL FACIAL TUMOUR DISEASE AND CONSERVATION OF THE TASMANIAN DEVIL Scientific Publications Bergfeld J., Sharpe R., Loh R. and Pyecroft S. ...»

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TASMANIAN DEVIL FACIAL TUMOUR DISEASE AND

CONSERVATION OF THE TASMANIAN DEVIL

Scientific Publications

Bergfeld J., Sharpe R., Loh R. and Pyecroft S. (in press) Establishment of

haematological and biochemical reference intervals for the Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus

harrisii). Australian Veterinary Journal.

Bradshaw, C. J.A. and Brook, B. W. (2005) Disease and the devil : density-dependent epidemiological processes explain historical population fluctuations in the Tasmanian devil.

Ecography, April. 28 (2): 181-190 Gregory, G.G., Munday, B.L., Beveridge, I., Rickard, M.D. (1975) Studies on Anoplotaenia dasyuri beddard, 1911 (Cestoda: Taeniidae), a parasite of the Tasmanian devil: Life-cycle and epidemiology [

Abstract

only]. International Journal for Parasitology, 5 (2): 187-191 Hamede, R., McCallum, H., & Jones, M. (in press) Seasonal, demographic and densityrelated patterns of contact between Tasmanian devils: Implications for transmission of Devil Facial Tumour Disease. Austral Ecology In press.

Harington, J. S. and McGlashan, N.D. (2005) The Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD.) - a problem unresolved. Annals of the Australasian College of Tropical Medicine, 6 (2), December: 34-34.

Harington, J.S., Obendorf, D.L., McGlashan, N.D. (2006) Researching the Tasmanian devil facial tumour. Aust. Veterinary Journal May; 84(5): N26 Hawkins, C.E., Baars, C., Hesterman, H., Hocking, G.J., Jones, M.E., Lazenby, B., Mann, D., Mooney, N., Pemberton, D., Pyecroft, S., Restani, M., Wiersma, J. (2006) Emerging disease and population decline of an island endemic, the Tasmanian devil Sarcophilus harrissi. Biological Conservation, August 2006. 131 (2): 307-324 Hesterman, H.; Jones, S. M.; Schwarzenberger, F. (2007) Reproductive endocrinology of the largest dasyurids : Characterization of ovarian cycles by plasma and fecal steroid monitoring. Part I. The Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). / General and comparative endocrinology, In press Hesterman, H.; Jones, S. M.; Schwarzenberger, F. (2007) Reproductive endocrinology of the largest Dasyurids: Characterization of ovarian cycles by plasma and fecal steroid monitoring.: Part II. The spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus). / General and comparative endocrinology, In press Jones, M.E. (1997) Character displacement in Australian dasyurid carnivores: size relationships and prey size patterns. Ecology 78(8):2569-2587 Jones, Menna (1998) Function of vigilance in sympatric marsupial carnivores, the eastern quoll and the Tasmanian devil. Animal Behaviour 56:1279-1284 Jones, Menna (2000) Road upgrade, road mortality and remedial measures: impacts on a population of eastern quolls and Tasmanian devils. Wildlife Research, 27 (3): 289-96 Version 1, 29 August 2007 -1- Scientific Publications on

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Jones, Menna (2003) Disease decimates the devil. Wilderness news, (164 (Summer)): 14Jones, M.E. (2003) Predators, pouches and partitioning: ecomorphology and guild structure of marsupial and placental carnivores. Pp. 281-292 in: Predators with Pouches: The Biology of Carnivorous Marsupials. (Editors: Jones, M., Dickman, C. and Archer, M.).

Jones, Menna E., and Rose, Robert, K. (2001) Dasyurus viverrinus. Mammalian species, 677: 1 - 9 Jones, Menna E., Barmuta, Leon A. (1998) Diet overlap and relative abundance of sympatric dasyurid carnivores: a hypothesis of competition. Journal of Animal Ecology 67(3): 410-421 Jones, Menna E., Barmuta, Leon A. (2000) Niche differentiation among sympatric Australian dasyurid carnivores. Journal of Mammalogy, May 2000. 81 (2): 434-447 Jones, M.E., Grigg, G.C., Beard, L.A. (1997) Body temperatures and activity patterns of Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) and eastern quolls (Dasyurus viverrinus) through a subalpine winter. [Abstract only]. Physiological Zoology, 70 (1): 53-60 Jones, M., P. Jarman, C. Lees, H. Hesterman, R. Hamede, N. Mooney, D.

Mann, C. Pukk, J. Bergfeld, and H. McCallum. 2007. Conservation management of Tasmanian devils in the context of an emerging, extinction-threatening disease: Devil Facial Tumor Disease. EcoHealth In Press.

Jones, Susan M., Lockhart, Tammy J., Rose, Randolph W. (2005) Adaptation of wildcaught Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) to captivity: evidence from physical parameters and plasma cortisol concentrations. Australian journal of zoology, 53 (5): 339Jones, M. E., Oakwood, M., Belcher, C., Morris, K., Murray, A., Woolley, P. A., Firestone, K. B., Johnson, B., Burnett, S. (2003) Carnivore concerns: problems, issues and solutions for conserving Australasia’s marsupial carnivores. Pp. 418-430 in: Predators with Pouches: The Biology of Carnivorous Marsupials. (Editors: Jones, M., Dickman, C. and Archer, M.).

Jones, Menna E., Paetkau, David, Geffen, Eli, Moritz, Craig (2003) Microsatellites for the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus laniarius). Molecular Ecology Notes 3: 177-279 Jones, Menna E., Paetkau, David, Geffen, Eli, Moritz, Craig (2004) Genetic diversity and population structure of Tasmanian devils, the largest marsupial carnivore. Molecular ecology, 13: 2197-2209 Jones, M. E., Smith, G. C. and Jones, S. M. (2004) Is anti-predator behaviour in Tasmanian eastern quolls (Dasyurus viverrinus) effective against introduced predators?





Animal Conservation 7 (2): 155-160 Jones, M.E. & Stoddart, D.M. (1998) Reconstruction of the predatory behaviour of the extinct marsupial thylacine. Journal of Zoology, London 246(2):239-246.

Lachish, S., M. E. Jones, and H. I. McCallum. 2007. The impact of devil

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facial tumour disease on the survival and population growth rate of the Tasmanian devil. Journal of animal ecology 76(5): 926-36 (Sept. 2007).

Loh R., Bergfeld J., Hayes D., O’Hara A., Pyecroft S., Raidal S. and Sharpe R. (2006) The pathology of Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) in Tasmanian Devils (Sarcophilus harrisii). Veterinary Pathology 2006 43: 890-895 Loh R., Hayes D., Mahjoor A., O’Hara A., Pyecroft A. and Raidal S. (2006) The immunohistochemical characterization of Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) in the Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). Veterinary Pathology 43: 896-903 McCallum H. and Jones M. (2006): To lose both would look like carelessness: Tasmanian

devil facial tumour disease Unsolved Mystery; Public Library of Science, Biology 4 (10):

1671 – 1674.

McCallum, H., D. M. Tompkins, M. Jones, S. Lachish, S. Marvanek, B.

Lazenby, G. Hocking, J. Wiersma, and C. Hawkins. 2007. Distribution and impacts of Tasmanian devil facial tumor disease. EcoHealth In press.

McGlashan, N.D., Obendorf, D.L., Harington, J.S. (2006) Aspects of the fatal malignant disease among the Tasmanian devil population (Sarcophilus laniarius). European Journal of Oncology 11(2):95-102.

McGlashan, N.D., Obendorf, D.L., Harington, J.S. (2007) Update on the devil facial tumour in Tasmania. European Journal of Oncology 12(2):75-80.

Obendorf, D.L., Handlinger, J.H., Mason, R.W., Clarke, K.P., Forman, A.J., Hooper, P.T., Forman, A.J., Hooper, P.T., Smith, S.J., Holdsworth, M. (1990) Trichinella pseudospiralis infection in Tasmanian wildlife. Australian veterinary journal, 67 (3): 108-110 Pearse, Anne-Maree, Swift, Kate (2006) [Allograft theory :]Transmission of devil facialtumour disease. Nature, 2/2/2006. 439: 549 Siddle, Hannah V., Kreiss, Alexandre, Eldridge, Mark D. B., Noonan, Erin, Clarke, Candice J., Pyecroft, Stephen, Woods, Gregory M., Belov, Katherine (2007).

Transmission of a fatal clonal tumor by biting occurs due to depleted MHC diversity in a threatened carnivorous marsupial. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 104 (41) : 16221 - 16226 Siddle, Hannah V.; Sanderson, Claire; Belov, Katherine (2007) Characterization of major histocompatibility complex class I and class II genes from the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii ). Immunogenetics, Online first Soulé, M. E., Mackey, B. G., Recher, H. F., Williams, J. E., Woinarski, J. C. Z., Driscoll, D., Dennison, W. C., and Jones, M. E. (2006) “The role of connectivity in Australian conservation.” in Connectivity Conservation (Ed. Crooks, K. & Sanjayan, M.), Conservation Biology 14. Cambridge University Press, pp. 649-675.

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International Conference Papers Bergfeld J., Loh R., Sharpe R. and Pyecroft S. 2005 Baseline physiological parameters for Tasmanian Devils. In Wildlife health in a shrinking world: ecology, management and conservation, eds. Youl J, McClelland D, Young S, poster 132, pg 243. Wildlife Disease Association International Conference Proceedings, Rainforest CRC, Cairns, Australia,.

(poster) Hawkins, C.E., Jones, M.E., Mooney, N., Lazenby, B., Wiersma, J. (2005).

Epidemiological features of a new disease in the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). In:

Wildlife health in a shrinking world: ecology, management and conservation, eds. Youl J, McClelland D, Young S, abstract 16 p58. Wildlife Disease Association International Conference Proceedings, Rainforest CRC, Cairns, Australia.

Hawkins, C.E. Cost/benefit analysis of threat mitigation strategies for a rapidly declining population: the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). Society for Conservation Biology, Port Elizabeth, South Africa July 2007.

Jones, M. (2004) Paper at Wildlife Diseases Association, San Diego. Devil Facial Tumour Disease.

Jones, Menna (2005) Paper at Society for Conservation Biology, Brasilia, Brazil. Devil Facial Tumour Disease.

Loh R., Hayes D., Mahjoor A., O’Hara M., Pyecroft S.B., Raidal S. 2005 Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) – the gross, histological, ultrastructural and immunohistochemical characteristics of the neoplasm. In Wildlife health in a shrinking world: ecology, management and conservation, eds. Youl J, McClelland D, Young S, poster 152, pg 266. Wildlife Disease Association International Conference Proceedings, Rainforest CRC, Cairns, Australia. (poster) McCallum, H., Jones, M., Lachish, S. & Hamede, R. (2006) 11th International Congress of Parasitology, Glasgow, Scotland, 6-11 August 2006. A parasitic clonally reproducing mammal? Tasmanian Devil facial tumour disease.

McCallum, H.. Quantifying field transmission of Tasmanian devil facial tumor disease. Fifth International Workshop and Conference on the Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease, Cornell, May 2007.

McCallum, H., Lachish, S., Jones, M.. Demographic impacts of Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease and implications for management.

Society for Conservation Biology, Port Elizabeth, South Africa July 2007.

Pearse, A.M. 2005 The Cytogenetics of the Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour DFTD in Wildlife Disease Association International Conference (CSIRO Publishing, Cairns,).

Pearse, A.M. & Swift, K. 2006 The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) and an Hypothesis for Transmission of Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). in Australasian Society of Cytogeneticists, 12th Annual Interim Meeting (Melbourne, Australia,).

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Pyecroft S.B. 2005 Research into the Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD), Australian Society of Veterinary Pathologists & Wildlife Diseases Association, International Annual Conference, Cairns, July National Conference Papers Edwards, L. (2006) A devil's occupation. The first Australasian Regional Environmental Enrichment Conference 2006: Combining the theory and the fun of enrichment 1st and 2nd November 2006, Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne, Victoria.

Hamede R., Jones M. & McCallum H. (2006) Australian Veterinary Association, Hobart.

Seasonal, demographic and density-related patterns of contact between devils: implications for transmission of devil facial tumour disease.

Hawkins, C.E. (2005) Epidemiological features of a new disease in the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). Australian Veterinary Association, Hobart.

Hawkins, C.E. (2006) Epidemiological features of a new disease in the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). Australian Veterinary Association, Hobart.

Hesterman, H. (2006) Tasmanian devil captive management strategy. Australian Veterinary Association, Hobart.

Jones, M. (2003) Ecological Society of Australia, Armidale. Genetic diversity, population structure and the current cancer epidemic in Tasmanian devils.

Jones, M. (2005) Australasian Wildlife Management Society, Hobart. Captive and wild management of Tasmanian devil populations affected by Devil Facial Tumour Disease.

Jones, M. (2006) Australian Veterinary Association, Hobart. Conservation management of wild devil populations: Devil Facial Tumour Disease.

Ladds P., Loh R., Jones M. and Tucker P. 2003 Probable lymphosarcoma in the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii). In Australian Society for Veterinary Pathology Annual Conference Proceedings, Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute, Menangle, New South Wales, Australia, 38, 12-13 April.

Loh, R. (2004) Devil Facial Tumour Disease devastating the Tasmanian icon. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Veterinary Conservation Biologists.

Canberra. (Ed. R. Woods): May, 126-7.

Loh R., Raidal S., O'Hara A., Pyecroft S. & Sharpe R. (2004) Devil Facial Tumour Disease. In: What is happening to our devils? Murdoch University, Perth, November.

(poster) Loh R., O'Hara A., Raidal S. (2005) The Pathology & Characterisation of Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) in Tasmanian Devils (Sarcophilus harrisii). Murdoch University, Perth, November. (poster) Loh R. (2006) The pathology of Devil Facial Tumour Disease in Tasmanian Devils (Sarcophilus harrisii). Australian Veterinary Association Annual Conference Proceedings, May, Hobart.

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McCallum, H. Devils and frogs: when can disease lead to extinction?

Parasites, Conservation, and Evolutionary Ecology; Connecting some disparate threads. Symposium Adelaide June 2007 Pearse, A.M. & Swift, K. 2006 The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) and an Hypothesis for Transmission of Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). in Lorne Cancer Conference (Lorne, Australia,).



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