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Journal Article

Chan, R., Dunlop, J. and Spencer, P.B.S.ORCID: 0000-0002-4938-2615 (2019) Highly promiscuous paternity in mainland and island populations of the endangered Northern Quoll. Journal of Zoology . Early View.

Thavornkanlapachai, R., Mills, H.R., Ottewell, K., Dunlop, J., Sims, C., Morris, K., Donaldson, F. and Kennington, W.J. (2019) Mixing genetically and morphologically distinct populations in translocations: Asymmetrical introgression in a newly established population of the Boodie (Bettongia lesueur). Genes, 10 (9).

Moro, D., Dunlop, J. and Williams, M.R. (2019) Northern quoll persistence is most sensitive to survivorship of juveniles. Wildlife Research, 46 (2). pp. 165-175.

Ottewell, K., Dunlop, J., Thomas, N., Morris, K., Coates, D. and Byrne, M. (2014) Evaluating success of translocations in maintaining genetic diversity in a threatened mammal. Biological Conservation, 171 . pp. 209-219.

Dunlop, J., Thompson, C.K., Godfrey, S.S. and Thompson, R.C.A. (2014) Sensitivity testing of trypanosome detection by PCR from whole blood samples using manual and automated DNA extraction methods. Experimental Parasitology, 146 . pp. 20-24.

Conference Item

Dunlop, J., Morris, K. and Thompson, A. (2012) Translocation removes island dwarfism in the golden bandicoot (Isoodon auratus). In: Ecological Society of Australia, Annual Conference, 3 - 7 December, Melbourne, Australia.

Dunlop, J., Morris, K., Smith, A. and Thompson, A. (2010) Moving mammals and their hangers-on: the ecology of translocated animals and parasites. In: Ecological Society of Australia 2010 Annual Conference Sustaining biodiversity – the next 50 years (book of abstracts), 4 - 10 December, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Thesis

Dunlop, Judy (2015) The ecology and host parasite dynamics of a fauna translocation in Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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