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(Four Dragons)
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  • Adenoviruses in free-ranging Australian bearded dragons (Pogona spp.). [Journal Article]
    Vet Microbiol 2019; 234:72-76Hyndman TH, Howard JG, Doneley RJ
  • Adenoviruses are a relatively common infection of reptiles globally and are most often reported in captive central bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps). We report the first evidence of adenoviruses in bearded dragons in their native habitat in Australia. Oral-cloacal swabs and blood samples were collected from 48 free-ranging bearded dragons from four study populations: western bearded dragons (P. …
  • Geckos Race Across the Water's Surface Using Multiple Mechanisms. [Journal Article]
    Curr Biol 2018; 28(24):4046-4051.e2Nirody JA, Jinn J, … Full RJ
  • Acrobatic geckos can sprint at high speeds over challenging terrain [1], scamper up the smoothest surfaces [2], rapidly swing underneath leaves [3], and right themselves in midair by swinging only their tails [4, 5]. From our field observations, we can add racing on the water's surface to the gecko's list of agile feats. Locomotion at the air-water interface evolved in over a thousand species, in…
  • The impact of invasive cane toads on native wildlife in southern Australia. [Journal Article]
    Ecol Evol 2015; 5(18):3879-94Jolly CJ, Shine R, Greenlees MJ
  • Commonly, invaders have different impacts in different places. The spread of cane toads (Rhinella marina: Bufonidae) has been devastating for native fauna in tropical Australia, but the toads' impact remains unstudied in temperate-zone Australia. We surveyed habitat characteristics and fauna in campgrounds along the central eastern coast of Australia, in eight sites that have been colonized by ca…
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