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Publications: Arena, Phillip

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Journal Article

Warwick, C., Steedman, C. and Arena, P. (2019) Keeping snakes. Veterinary Record, 184 (13). p. 417.

Warwick, C., Steedman, C., Jessop, M., Arena, P., Pilny, A. and Nicholas, E. (2018) Exotic pet suitability: understanding some problems and utilizing a labeling system to aid animal welfare, environment, and consumer protection. Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 26 . In Press17-26.

Warwick, C., Jessop, M., Arena, P., Pilny, A. and Steedman, C. (2018) Guidelines for inspection of companion and commercial animal establishments. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 5 .

Warwick, C., Bates, G., Arena, P.C. and Steedman, C. (2018) Reevaluating the use of hypothermia for anesthetizing and euthanizing amphibians and reptiles. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 253 (12). pp. 1536-1539.

Warwick, C., Arena, P. and Steedman, C. (2018) Spatial considerations for captive snakes. Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 30 . pp. 37-48.

Warwick, C., Jessop, M., Arena, P., Pliny, A., Nicholas, E. and Lambiris, A. (2017) Future of keeping pet reptiles and amphibians: animal welfare and public health perspective. Veterinary Record, 181 (17). pp. 454-455.

Arena, P.C., Warwick, C. and Steedman, C. (2014) Welfare and environmental implications of farmed sea turtles. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 27 (2). pp. 309-330.

Toland, E., Warwick, C. and Arena, P.C. (2012) Pet hate: Exotic pet-keeping is on the rise despite decades of initiatives aimed at reducing the trade of exotic and rare animals. Three experts argue that urgent action is needed to protect both animals and ecosystems. Biologist, 59 (3). pp. 14-18.

Arena, P.C. and Wooller, R.D. (2003) The reproduction and diet of Egernia kingii (Reptilia : Scincidae) on Penguin Island, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology, 51 (5). pp. 495-504.

Arena, P.C., Richardson, K.C. and Yamada, J. (1990) An immunohistochemical study of endocrine cells of the alimentary tract of the King's skink (Egernia kingii). Journal of Anatomy, 170 . pp. 73-85.

Arena, P., Richardson, K. and Cullen, L. (1988) Anaesthesia in two species of large Australian skink. Veterinary Record, 123 (6). pp. 155-158.

Non-refereed Article

Arena, P.C. and Richardson, K.C. (1991) The relief of pain in cold blooded vertebrates. Part Two. Scientists Center for Animal Welfare. USA, 12 (4). pp. 8-11.

Arena, P.C. and Richardson, K.C. (1990) The relief of pain in cold-blooded vertebrates. News. Australian Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching, 3 (1). pp. 1-4.

Arena, P.C. and Richardson, K.C. (1990) The relief of pain in cold-blooded vertebrates. Part One. Scientists Center for Animal Welfare. USA, 12 (3). pp. 8-11.

Thesis

Arena, Phillip Charles (1986) Aspects of the biology of the King's skink Egernia Kingii (Gray). Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

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