Impacts of logging and fire introduced predators Koomal (common brushtail possum) Ngwayir (western ringtail possum) vertebrate fauna of the south-west forests Woylie (brush-tailed bettong)


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Profile

As a Research Scientist (Forest Fauna Ecology) based in Manjimup since 1997, I study disturbance ecology and vertebrate fauna conservation in Western Australian forests. In particular, I investigate the responses of the terrestrial and arboreal vertebrates (frogs, reptiles and mammals) to, (a) timber harvesting (b) fire, particularly prescribed burning and (c) introduced predators. My PhD research was on the ecology of the koomal (common brushtail possum, Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus) and the endangered ngwayir (western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis) with a focus on their responses to anthropogenic disturbances and threats. Since 2006, my team, collaborators and I have sought to understand the causes of the rapid and substantial declines of the woylie (brush-tailed bettong, Bettongia penicillata) that has occurred in the southwest, resulting in the species being listed as Critically Endangered. We also seek to understand what is limiting their recovery and to understand what has been driving significant changes in the abundance of many other native mammals in southwest forests. We also work closely with others in the monitoring and management efforts to conserve our threatened vertebrate fauna, including translocations and the establishment and management of the Perup Sanctuary (a predator free fenced area to protect insurance populations of species at risk of extinction). We are also working to improve the monitoring and management of introduced predators (fox and cat), which are the major threat to the conservation of many native wildlife species.

Other members of the Forest Ecology Research Team include or have included technical officers, Colin Ward, John Rooney, Chris Vellios, Marika Maxwell, Bruce Ward, Ian Wheeler and Graeme Liddelow. Substantial and invaluable contributions from many students and a great number of volunteers have also made this research possible.


Expertise

  • Impacts of logging and fire on frogs, reptiles and mammals in south-west forests
  • Biology and ecology of the koomal (common brushtail possum, Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus) and the ngwayir (western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis)
  • Diagnosis of the declines of native mammals
  • Vertebrate fauna ecology, conservation and in the south-west forests

Brief CV

Academic Qualifications

  • Ph.D. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, 2005.
    Thesis title: The ecology of the koomal (Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus) and the ngwayir (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in the jarrah forests of south-western Australia.
  • B. Sc. (Hons) - Botany and Zoology Double Major (1992-1995), First Class (H1) Honours in Zoology (1996), University of Western Australia, Nedlands.
    Thesis title: Structure and possible function of the caudal knob of Nephrurus (Gekkonidae: Sauria).
    1993: G.E. Nicholls Zoology Prize for Academic Excellence.

Employment within Biology

1995. Consultant for CALM to survey Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, for new populations of the Gilbert's Potoroo (Potorous gilberti) that was rediscovered by Liz Sinclair and myself in November 1994. I was also contracted to investigate ecological and behavioural aspects of the first found population, and to assist in the development and maintenance of a captive breeding colony.

1996. Consultant for CALM to assist in vertebrate trapping surveys within the jarrah forest of Kingston State Forest.

1997 to present. Research Scientist, Science Division, CALM

Professional Memberships

Standing Committee on Forestry, Research Working Group 4 (Native Forest Management) (Secretary 2000-2002)

Western Ringtail Possum Recovery Team

Woylie Recovery Team

Ecological Society of Australia

Mammal Society of Australia

Royal Society of Western Australia


Projects

  • Southwest Threatened Fauna Recovery Project: developing an effective and integrated introduced predator management program in the southern jarrah forests.
  • Woylie Conservation Research Project: An investigation into the declines of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) in south-western Australia.
  • Effects of spring and autumn prescribed burns on small vertebrates in jarrah forest.
  • The effects of timber harvesting and associated activities on terrestrial vertebrates in the medium rainfall jarrah forest.
  • The impact of timber harvesting and associated activities on the western ringtail possum (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in Kingston state forest block.
  • Ecology of the ngwayir (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) and koomal (Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus) in the jarrah forest

Publications (205)

Departmental Publications (205)

Found 205 items

submitted

Pacioni C, Williams MR, Lacy RC, Spencer PBS, Wayne AF (submitted). Predators and genetic fitness: key threatening factors for the conservation of a bettong species. Pacific Conservation Biology

Wayne AF, Wilson BA, Woinarski JCZ (submitted). Falling apart? Insights and lessons from three recent studies documenting rapid and severe decline in terrestrial mammal assemblages of northern, south-eastern and south-western Australia. Wildlife Research

2017

Ash A, Elliot A, Godfrey S, Burmej H, Abdad MY, Northover A et al. [Wayne A, Morris K] (2017). Morphological and molecular description Ixodes woyliei n. sp. (Ixodidae) with consideration for co-extinction with its critically endangered marsupial host. Parasites and Vectors 10, pp. 1–16

Hing S, Northover AS, Narayan EJ, Wayne AF, Jones KL, Keatley S et al. (2017). Evaluating stress physiology and parasite infection parameters in the translocation of critically endangered woylies (Bettongia penicillata). Ecohealth 14, supp 1, pp. 128–138

Legge S, Murphy BP, McGregor H, Woinarski JCZ, Augusteyn J, Ballard G et al. [Maxwell M, Morris K, Wayne AF] (2017). Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?. Biological Conservation 206, pp. 293–303

Northover AS, Godfrey SS, Lymbery AJ, Morris K, Wayne AF, Thompson RCA (2017). Evaluating the effects of ivermectin treatment on communities of gastrointestinal parasites in translocated woylies (Bettongia penicillata). Ecohealth 14, supp 1, pp. 117–127

Wayne AF, Maxwell AA, Ward CG, Wayne JC, Vellios CV, Wilson IJ (2017). Recoveries and cascading declines of native mammals associated with control of an introduced predator. Journal of Mammalogy 98, pp. 489–501

2016

Bain K, Wayne A, Bencini R (2016). Prescribed burning as a conservation tool for management of habitat for threatened species: the quokka, Setonix brachyurus, in the southern forests of Western Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 25, pp. 608–617

Wayne AF, Maxwell MA, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Williams MR, Pollock KH (2016). The responses of a critically endangered mycophagous marsupial (Bettongia penicillata) to timber harvesting in a native eucalypt forest. Forest Ecology and Management 363, pp. 190–199

Yeatman G, Wayne A, Mills H, Prince J (2016). Temporal patterns in the abundance of a critically endangered marsupial relates to disturbance (ABSTRACT). In ESA16 book of abstracts: Ecological Society of Australia, annual conference : Diversity: pattern, process and prospects, 28 November to 2 December 2016, Fremantle, Western Australia p. 82

Yeatman GJ, Wayne AF, Mills HR, Prince J (2016). It’s not all about the creeks: protection of multiple habitats will improve biodiversity conservation in a eucalypt forest. Australian Journal of Zoology 64, pp. 292–301

2015

Bain K, Wayne A, Bencini R (2015). Prescribed burning as a conservation tool for management of habitat for threatened species: use of the quokka (Setonix brachyurus) as a focal species in the southern forests of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 84

Bain K, Wayne A, Bencini R (2015). Risks in extrapolating habitat preferences over the geographical range of threatened taxa: a case study of the quokka (Setonix brachyurus) in the southern forests of Western Australia. Wildlife Research 42, pp. 334–342

Dexter N, Wayne A, Hudson M, Carter T (2015). Irruptive dynamics of Australian marsupials recovering from fox control (ABSTRACT). p. 19

Godfrey SS, Botero A, Thompson C, Wayne A, Thompson RCA (2015). Bettongs and blood parasites: what’s driving declines in the woylie (Bettongia penicillata)? (ABSTRACT). In 64th Annual International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, 26th-30th July 2015: Wildlife Disease Driving Evolution, Novotel Twin Waters Resort, Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia p. 6

Maxwell M, Wayne A, Ward C, Vellios C (2015). What’s behind the rise and fall in native mammals? Monitoring foxes and cats in a priority fauna conservation area (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 17

Pacioni C, Eden P, Reiss A, Ellis T, Knowles G, Wayne AF (2015). Disease hazard identification and assessment associated with wildlife population declines. Ecological Management and Restoration 16, pp. 142–152

Pacioni C, Hunt H, Allentoft M, Vaughan T, Wayne A, Baynes A et al. (2015). Ancient DNA quantifies genetic decline and former connectivity in a critically endangered marsupial (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 54

Page M, Renwick J, Wayne A (2015). Exploring the role of introduced predator-free enclosures in wildlife recovery programs (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 16

Read J, Moseby K, Peacock D, Wayne A (2015). Grooming traps and toxic trojans for targeted poisoning of feral cats (available and potential new tools for control of feral cats). In 2015 National Feral Cat Management Workshop Proceedings: University of Canberra, Australia, 21-22 April, 2015 Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra. pp. 85–88

Read JL, Peacock D, Wayne AF, Moseby KE (2015). Toxic trojans: can feral cat predation be mitigated by making their prey poisonous?. Wildlife Research 42, pp. 689–696

Thompson CK, Wayne AF, Godfrey SS, Thompson RCA (2015). Survival, age estimation and sexual maturity of pouch young of the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata) in captivity. Australian Mammalogy 37, pp. 29–38

Wayne AF, Maxwell MA, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Wilson I, Wayne JC, [Williams MR] (2015). Sudden and rapid decline of the abundant marsupial Bettongia penicillata in Australia. Oryx 49, pp. 175–185

Yeatman G, Wayne A, Mills H, Prince J (2015). Temporal patterns in the abundance of a critically endangered marsupial relates to disturbance by roads and agriculture (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts pp.

Yeatman GJ, Wayne AF (2015). Seasonal home range and habitat use of a critically endangered marsupial (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) inside and outside a predator-proof sanctuary. Australian Mammalogy 37, pp. 157–163

2014

Bain K, Wayne A, Bencini R (2014). Overcoming the challenges of measuring the abundance of a cryptic macropod: is a qualitative approach good enough?. Wildlife Research 41, pp. 84–93

Thompson CK, Wayne AF, Godfrey SS, Thompson RCA (2014). Temporal and spatial dynamics of trypanosomes infecting the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata): a cautionary note of disease-induced population decline. Parasites and Vectors 7, pp. 1–11

Wayne A (2014). Perup Sanctuary: insuring woylies against extinction. Wildlife Rescue Magazine 10, pp. 45–56

Wayne A (2014). Perup Sanctuary: insuring woylies against extinction. Landscope 29(3), pp. 12–17

Wayne A (2014). Woylie translocation activities 2013. Bushland News 89, p. 1

Williams K, Wayne A, Richardson J (2014). Western ringtail possum (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) recovery plan. 58, 52 p.

2013

Botero A, Thompson CK, Peacock C, Clode PL, Nicholls PK, Wayne AF et al. (2013). Trypanosomes genetic diversity, polyparasitism and the population decline of the critically endangered Australian marsupial, the brush tailed bettong or woylie (Bettongia penicillata). International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 2, pp. 77–89

Pacioni C, Johansen CA, Mahony TJ, O'Dea MA, Robertson ID, Wayne AF et al. (2013). A virological investigation into declining woylie populations. Australian Journal of Zoology 61, pp. 446–453

Pacioni C, Robertson ID, Maxwell M, van Weenen J, Wayne AF (2013). Hematologic characteristics of the woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi). Journal of Wildlife Disease 49, pp. 816–830

Pacioni C, Wayne AF, Spencer PBS (2013). Genetic outcomes from the translocations of the critically endangered woylie. Current Zoology 59, pp. 294–310

Thompson CK, Botero A, Wayne AF, Godfrey SS, Lymbery AJ, Thompson RCA (2013). Morphological polymorphism of Trypanosoma copemani and description of the genetically diverse T. vegrandis sp. nov. from the critically endangered Australian potoroid, the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata (Gray, 1837)). Parasites and Vectors 6, pp. 1–13

Wayne AF, Maxwell MA, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Ward BG, Liddelow GL et al. [Wilson I, Wayne JC, Williams MR] (2013). The importance of getting the numbers right: quantifying the rapid and substantial decline of an abundant marsupial, Bettongia penicillata. Wildlife Research 40, pp. 169–183

Wayne AF, Maxwell MA, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Wilson IJ, Dawson KE (2013). Woylie Conservation and Research Project: progress report, 2010-2013. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 291 p.

Yeatman GJ, Wayne AJ, Mills H (2013). Terrestrial vertebrate assemblage and species level patterns between major habitat types inside and outside a fenced exclosure in south-western Australia. University of Western Australia, Crawley. 22 p.

2012

Gustafsson L, Baker SC, Bauhus J, Beese WJ, Brodie A, Kouki J et al. [Wayne A] (2012). Retention forestry to maintain multifunctional forests: a world perspective. Bioscience 62, pp. 633–645

Lindenmayer DB, Franklin JF, Lõhmus A, Baker SC, Bauhus J, Beese W et al. [Wayne A] (2012). A major shift to the retention approach for forestry can help resolve some global forest sustainability issues. Conservation Letters 5, pp. 421–431

Rong J, Bunce M, Wayne A, Pacioni C, Ryan U, Irwin P (2012). A high prevalence of Theileria penicillata in woylies (Bettongia penicillata). Experimental Parasitology 131, pp. 157–161

Tolfree S, Wayne A (2012). Help save woylies (VIDEO). 1 video

Wayne A, Liddelow G (2012). FORESTCHECK: terrestrial vertebrate associations with fox control and silviculture in jarrah forest. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 58/2012, 2 p.

Wayne A, Tolfree S (2012). Woylie handling training manual (DVD). Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 1 video

2011

Kaewmongkol G, Kaewmongkol S, Burmej H, Bennett MD, Fleming PA et al. [Wayne AF] (2011). Diversity of Bartonella species detected in arthropod vectors from animals in Australia.. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 34, pp. 411–417

Pacioni C, Wayne AF, Spencer PBS (2011). Effects of habitat fragmentation on population structure and long-distance gene flow in an endangered marsupial: the woylie. Journal of Zoology 283, pp. 98–107

Wayne A, Maxwell M, Nicholls P, Pacioni C, Reiss A, Smith A et al. [Vellios C, Ward C, Wayne J, Wilson I, Williams M] (2011). The Woylie Conservation Research Project: investigating the cause(s) of woylie declines in the Upper Warren region: progress report, December 2011. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 73 p.

Wayne A, Moore J (2011). The jewel in the crown: Perup and the upper Warren. Landscope 26(3), pp. 10–17

Wayne AF, Liddelow GL, Williams MR (2011). FORESTCHECK: terrestrial vertebrate associations with fox control and silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest. Australian Forestry 74, pp. 336–349

Webala P, Craig MD, Law BS, Armstrong KN, Wayne AF, Bradley JS (2011). Bat habitat use in logged jarrah eucalypt forests of south-western Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 48, pp. 398–406

2010

Bennett MD, Reiss A, Stevens H, Heylen E, van Ranst M, Wayne A et al. (2010). The first complete papillomavirus genome characterized from a marsupial host: a novel isolate from Bettongia penicillata. Journal of Virology 84, pp. 5448–5453

De Tores P, Wayne A, Warren K, Calver M, Fleming P, Spencer P et al. [Clarke J, Grimm H, Bryant G, Elscot S] (2010). The western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis (Thomas, 1888) (ABSTRACT). In Threatened Species Research Forum: Western Australian Ecology Centre, 9th July 2010: a Review of WA Government Research into Threatened Species p. 12

Eden P, Reiss A, Nicolls P, Wayne A (2010). Investigation of skin diseases observed in woylies (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) from the upper Warren region, WA. In In situ conservation funding: annual report to Woylie Conservation Action Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. pp. 6–16

Gibson L, McNeill A, de Tores P, Wayne A, Yates C (2010). Will future climate change threaten a range restricted endemic species, the quokka (Setonix brachyurus), in south west Australia?. Biological Conservation 143, pp. 2453–2461

Glen AS, Wayne A, Maxwell M, Cruz J (2010). Comparative diets of the chuditch, a threatened marsupial carnivore, in the northern and southern jarrah forests, Western Australia. Journal of Zoology 282, pp. 276–283

Pan S, Thompson RCA, Lymbery AJ, Smith A, Morris K, Wayne A et al. (2010). Non-archetypal Toxoplasma gondii genotypes in Western Australian wildlife species. Paper presented at the XIIth International Congress of Parasitology : Melbourne, Australia, 15-20th August 2010 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Parkar U, Traub RJ, Hijjawi N, Wayne A, Morris K, Thompson RCA (2010). The development of a molecular-based multiplex method to detect Blastocystis, Cryptosporidium sp and Giardia duodenalis. Paper presented at the XIIth International Congress of Parasitology : Melbourne, Australia, 15-20th August 2010 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Reiss A, Wayne A, Pacioni C, Nicholls P, Eden P, Thompson A et al. [Smith A] (2010). The decline of the woylie (Bettongia pencillata) in Western Australia: an update on the investigation. Paper presented at the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists, Scientific Meeting, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, July 2010 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Thompson A, Smith A, Lymbery A, Wayne A, Morris K (2010). Trypanosomes and woylie declines: is there a link? (ABSTRACT). In ESA10: 2010 Annual Conference: Sustaining Biodiversity - the Next 50 Years: Manning Clark Centre, ANU Canberra, 6-10 December 2010: Conference Handbook Conference Organising Committee, Canberra. p. 156

Thompson C, Smith A, Wayne A, Thompson A (2010). Who's biting the woylie and what are they transmitting? (ABSTRACT). In ESA10: 2010 Annual Conference: Sustaining Biodiversity - the Next 50 Years: Manning Clark Centre, ANU Canberra, 6-10 December 2010: Conference Handbook Conference Organising Committee, Canberra.

Thompson RCA, Smith A, Lymbery AJ, Averis S, Morris KD, Wayne AF (2010). Giardia in Western Australian wildlife. Veterinary Parasitology 170, pp. 207–211

Wayne A (2010). In situ conservation funding: annual report to Woylie Conservation Action. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 29 p.

Wayne A (2010). Western ringtail possum (Pseudocheirus occidentalis). Available at http://www.arkive.org/western-ringtail-possum/pseudocheirus-occidentalis/factsheet. Arkive, Bristol. 4 p.

Wayne A (2010). Woylie Conservation Research Project. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 13 p.

Wayne A (2010). Woylie conservation research: fact sheet. South Coast Natural Resource Management, Albany. 2 p.

Wayne A, Marlow N, de Tores P (2010). Woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi): research for conservation (ABSTRACT). In Threatened Species Research Forum: Western Australian Ecology Centre, 9th July 2010: a Review of WA Government Research into Threatened Species p. 30

Wayne A, Ward C, Maxwell M, Vellios C (2010). Kingston project: responses of terrestrial vertebrates to timber harvesting in the jarrah forest (ABSTRACT). In Threatened Species Research Forum: Western Australian Ecology Centre, 9th July 2010: a Review of WA Government Research into Threatened Species p. 31

Webala PW, Craig MD, Law BS, Wayne AF, Bradley JS (2010). Roost site selection by southern forest bat, Vespadelus regulus and Gould's long-eared bat Nyctophilus gouldi in logged jarrah forests, south-western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 260, pp. 1780–1790

Yates C, Elith J, Gibson L, McNeill A, Midgley G, de Tores P et al. [Wayne A] (2010). The potential impacts of climate change and land transformation on biodiversity in Mediterranean climate south-west Western Australia: implications for threatened species conservation (ABSTRACT). In Threatened Species Research Forum: Western Australian Ecology Centre, 9th July 2010: a Review of WA Government Research into Threatened Species pp. 31–32

Yeatman G, Mills H, Page M, Wayne A (2010). Demographic changes of a woylie (Bettongia penicillata) population with increasing density in a fenced reserve. Paper presented at the Australasian Wildlife Management Society Annual Conference, Torquay, Victoria, 1-3 December 2010 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Zosky K, Bryant K, Calver M, Wayne A (2010). Do preservation methods affect the identification of dietary components from faecal samples? A case study using a mycophagous marsupial. Australian Mammalogy 32, pp. 173–176

2009

Averis S, Thompson RCS, Lymbery AJ, Wayne AF, Morris KD, Smith A (2009). The diversity, distribution and host-parasite associations of trypanosomes in Western Australian wildlife. Parasitology 136, pp. 1269–1279

Bain K, Bencini R, Morris K, Liddelow G, Wayne A (2009). Quantitative determination of the abundance of quokka (Setonix brachyurus) populations in the southern forests of Western Australia using relative abundance indices (ABSTRACT). p. 35

Bain K, Bencini R, Morris K, Liddelow G, Wayne A (2009). Quantitative determination of the abundance of quokka (Setonix brachyurus) populations in the southern forests of Western Australia using relative abundance indices (ABSTRACT). In The Australian Mammal Society: Semi-Centenary and 55th Meeting in Perth, July 5-9, 2009: Scientific Programme pp. 33–34

Burmej HI, Wayne A, Abdad Y, Smith A, Lymbery A, Morris K et al. (2009). Ectoparasites and the woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi): biodiversity and ectoparasite burden (POSTER ABSTRACT). In The Australian Mammal Society: Semi-Centenary and 55th Meeting in Perth, July 5-9, 2009: Scientific Programme p. 54

Gibson L, McNeill A, de Tores P, Wayne A, Yates C (2009). Predicting the effect of climate change on the distribution of the quokka, an iconic West Australian macropod (ABSTRACT). In Abstracts, 10th International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL): Ecology in a Changing Climate: Two Hemispheres-One Globe, Brisbane, August 2009 p. 1

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2009). Conservation conundrum: the population dynamics associated with recent decline of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) in Australia: final report to the South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc.. Murdoch University, Murdoch. 12 p.

Pan S, Thompson A, Lymbery A, Smith A, Morris K, Wayne A et al. (2009). Atypical Toxoplasma gondii genotypes in Western Australian wildlife species (ABSTRACT). In World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, 2009: Abstract Volume p. 110

Parameswaran N, O'Handley RM, Grigg ME, Wayne A, Thompson RCA (2009). Vertical transmission of Toxoplasma gondii in Australian marsupials. Parasitology 136, pp. 939–944

Parkar U, Traub RJ, Wayne A, Morris K, Thompson RCA (2009). The prevalence and molecular characterization of Blastocystis isolates from wild Australian native fauna. Paper presented at the ASP & ARC/NHMRC Research Network for Parasitology Annual Conference, Sydney 2009 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Reiss A, Vitali S, Eden P, Wayne A (2009). Perth Zoo vet involvement in conservation programs: recent developments. Paper presented at the Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section) Annual Conference, New Zealand, December 2009 (ABSTRACT). pp. 1–2

Smith A, Averis S, Wayne A, Morris K, Thompson A (2009). Low host specificity in trypanosomes associated with native Australian wildlife (ABSTRACT). In World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, 2009: Abstract Volume pp. 91–92

Wayne A (2009). New conservation initiative to save the woylie from extinction in the wild. Pacific Conservation Biology 15, p. 233

Wayne A (2009). Woylie declines: what are the causes? Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 7/2009, 2 p.

Wayne A, Maxwell M (2009). Examples of woylie skin and fur conditions associated with declines in the Upper Warren populations. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 19 p.

Wayne A, Thompson A, Reiss A, Eden P, Pacioni C, Smith A et al. [Morris K, Marlow N, Orell P] (2009). Investigation of woylie (brush-tailed bettongs) population declines : a critical and challenging problem. Paper presented at the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists, Scientific Meeting, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, 2-4 July 2009 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Wayne A, Thompson A, Reiss A, Page M, van Weenen J, Maxwell M et al. [Ward C, Vellios C] (2009). A wildlife pandemic? Are introduced predators and disease the causes of the collapse of woylie (brush-tailed bettong) populations? (ABSTRACT). In The Australian Mammal Society: Semi-Centenary and 55th Meeting in Perth, July 5-9, 2009: Scientific Programme p. 41

Wayne A, Thompson A, Reiss A, Page M, van Weenen J, Maxwell M et al. [Ward C, Vellios C] (2009). A wildlife pandemic? Are introduced predators and disease the causes of the collapse of woylie (brush-tailed bettong) populations? (ABSTRACT). p. 53

Zosky K, Wayne A, Bryant K, Calver M (2009). Variation in the diet of the woylie, Bettongia penicillata (POSTER ABSTRACT). In The Australian Mammal Society: Semi-Centenary and 55th Meeting in Perth, July 5-9, 2009: Scientific Programme p. 49

Zosky K, Wayne A, Bryant K, Calver M (2009). Variation in the diet of the woylie, Bettongia penicillata (POSTER ABSTRACT). p. 62

2008

Abdad Y, Adams P, Pallant L, Wayne A, Burmej H, Fenwick S (2008). Bacteriology. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 255–260

Abdad Y, Adams P, Pallant L, Wayne A, Burmej H, Fenwick S (2008). Bacteriology (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 19

Bain K, Morris K, Wayne A, Bencini R (2008). Quantitative determination of the abundance of quokka (Setonix brachyurus) populations in the southern forests of Western Australia using relative abundance indices (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 136

Burmej H, Smith A, Fenwick S, Morris K, Thompson A, Wayne A (2008). Ectoparasites. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 251–254

Burmej H, Smith A, Fenwick S, Morris K, Thompson A, Wayne A (2008). Ectoparasites (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 19

Burmej H, Smith A, Lymbery A, Wayne A, Morris K, Abdad Y et al. (2008). Describing ectoparasite biodiversity in threatened Western Australian mammals: new methods and challenges (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 45

Knowles G, Wayne A, Marlow N (2008). Pathology. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 224–228

Maxwell M, Wayne A, McKenzie D, Orell P, Prior S, Wilson I et al. (2008). Information and data management. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 44–50

Maxwell M, Wayne A, Williams M, Whittred B, Ward B, Liddelow G et al. [Wayne J, Wilson I] (2008). Predators. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 147–184

Maxwell M, Wayne A, Williams M, Whittred B, Ward B, Liddelow G et al. [Wayne J, Wilson I] (2008). Predators (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 15

Mitchell S, Wayne A (2008). Down but not out: solving the mystery of the woylie population crash. Landscope 23(4), pp. 10–15

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2008). Conservation conundrum: the population dynamics associated with recent decline of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) in Australia: final report to the Australian Academy of Sciences. Murdoch University, Murdoch. 12 p.

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2008). Conservation genetics. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 274–278

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2008). Conservation genetics (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 21

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2008). Modelling real-time migration rates during a population decline. Poster presented at the Murdoch post-graduate poster day.

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2008). Understanding woylie decline: a molecular perspective (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 69

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2008). Unravelling the contribution of genetics in the decline of the woylie (ABSTRACT). In Annual Conference, September 20th-26th, 2008, Kiola, NSW: Wildlife Disease Association: Abstracts, the Role of Health in Wildlife Management and Ecology p. 14

Parameswaran N, Pan S, Lymbery A, Smith A, Wayne A, Morris K et al. (2008). Toxoplasma in Australian wildlife: food for thought? (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 74

Parameswaran N, Wayne A, Thompson RCA (2008). Toxoplasma. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 237–245

Parameswaran N, Wayne A, Thompson RCA (2008). Toxoplasma (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 18

Parkar U, Lymbery A, Smith A, Elliot A, Wayne A, Thompson A (2008). Endoparasites. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 246–250

Parkar U, Lymbery A, Smith A, Elliot A, Wayne A, Thompson A (2008). Endoparasites (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 19

Parkar U, Traub R, Vitali S, Wayne A, Morris K, Thompson A (2008). Characterisation of Blastocystis isolates from zoo animals and native wildlife (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 72

Reiss A, Eden P, Wayne A, Pacioni C, Nicholls P, Thompson A (2008). Veterinary investigation of population declines of the woylie (Bettongia penicillata) in south-west Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 75

Rodda K, Wayne A, Maxwell M, Robinson R, Fielder J, Bougher N et al. [Sicard W] (2008). Resources. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 185–194

Rodda K, Wayne A, Maxwell M, Robinson R, Fielder J, Bougher N et al. [Sicard W] (2008). Resources (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 15

Rose K, McCallum H, Wayne A, Speare R (2008). Wildlife health & biosecurity in Australia. PowerPoint presentation at Biosecurity Parliamentary Forum, Canberra, 16 September, 2008. 21 p.

Siah WS, Woods R, Rose K, Skerratt, Wayne A, McKenzie J et al. (2008). Protecting wildlife health in Australia: how will we do it better in a One Health setting? (ABSTRACT). In Annual Conference, September 20th-26th, 2008, Kiola, NSW: Wildlife Disease Association: Abstracts, the Role of Health in Wildlife Management and Ecology pp. 44–45

Smith A, Clark P, Averis S, Lymbery A, Wayne A, Morris K et al. (2008). A novel Trypanosoma sp. and its role in the decline of a threatened species of Australian marsupial, the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata): represented at the European Multicolloquium of Parasitology, Paris, August 24-28, 2008 (ABSTRACT). p. 1

Smith A, Clark P, Averis S, Lymbery A, Wayne A, Morris K et al. (2008). The role of trypanosomes in the decline of a threatened species of Australian marsupial, the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata) (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 73

Smith A, Clark P, Averis S, Lymbery AJ, Wayne AF, Morris KD et al. (2008). Trypanosomes in a declining species of threatened Australian marsupial, the brush-tailed bettong Bettongia penicillata (Marsupialia: Potoroidae). Parasitology 135, pp. 1–7

Swinburn M, Wayne A, Marlow N, Van Weenen J, Armstrong D, Kirkpatrick F (2008). PCS expansion: inclusions of woylie data from external programs. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 195–198

Ward C, Wayne A, Maxwell M, Vellios C, Whittred B, Clark Z et al. [Ward B, Wayne J, Swinburn M, Flett J] (2008). Demographics. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 118–133

Ward C, Wayne A, Maxwell M, Vellios C, Williams J, Richards J, et al. [Whittred B, Clark Z, Ward B, Wayne J, Swinburn M, Flett J] (2008). Demographics (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 14

Ward C, Wayne A, Ward B, Maxwell M, Whittred B, Vellios C et al. [Wayne J, Flett J] (2008). Survival and mortality. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 134–146

Ward C, Wayne A, Ward B, Maxwell M, Whittred B, Vellios C et al. [Wayne J, Flett J] (2008). Survival and mortality (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 14

Wayne A (2008). Executive summary to the draft Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 9 p.

Wayne A (2008). Interim/preliminary recommendations. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 293–314

Wayne A (2008). Introduction. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 19–31

Wayne A (2008). Meta-analysis overview. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. p. 43

Wayne A (2008). Population comparison study overview. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 116–117

Wayne A (2008). Population comparison study overview (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts pp. 12–13

Wayne A (2008). Summary of progress and interim findings. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 279–292

Wayne A (2008). Summary of progress and interim findings (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 22

Wayne A (2008). WCRP overview (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts pp. 5–7

Wayne A (2008). Western ringtail possum. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. Fire Management Guideline S8, 16 p.

Wayne A (2008). Western ringtail possum. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. Fire Management Guideline S8, 15 p.

Wayne A (ed) (2008). Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at http://www.naturebase.net/content/view/3230/1/1/6/. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 314 p.

Wayne A, (2008). Meta-analysis overview (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 8

Wayne A, Friend T, Burbidge A, Morris K, van Weenen J. (2008). Bettongia penicillata. In IUCN Red List of Threatened Species IUCN, Gland. pp. 1–3

Wayne A, Swinburn M, Ward C, Wayne J, Whittred B, Maxwell M et al. [Vellios C] (2008). Field health and disease sampling. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 207–216

Wayne A, Swinburn M, Ward C, Wayne J, Whittred B, Maxwell M et al. [Vellios C] (2008). Field health and disease sampling (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 16

Wayne A, Thompson A, Morris K (2008). Rationale to the approach to disease investigation. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 203–206

Wayne A, Thompson A, Morris K (2008). Rationale to the approach to disease investigation (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 16

Wayne A, Ward C, Maxwell M, Vellios C, Wilson I, Wayne J et al. (2008). Diagnosing the recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata) collapse in south-western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 53

Wayne A, Ward C, Wayne J (2008). Population trends: spatial patterns of woylie decline. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 85–87

Wayne A, Ward C, Wayne J (2008). Population trends: spatial patterns of woylie decline (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 10

Wayne AF, Rooney J, Morris KD, Johnson B (2008). Improved bait and trapping techniques for chuditch (Dasyurus geoffroii): overcoming reduced trap availability due to increased densities of other native fauna. Conservation Science Western Australia 7, pp. 49–56

Wayne AF, Ward C, Maxwell M, Vellios C, Wilson I, Wayne J (2008). Where have all the woylies gone? Poster presented at the Woylie Conservation Symposium and Workshop.

Wayne J, Wayne A, Wilson I (2008). Fire. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 98–108

Wayne J, Wayne A, Wilson I (2008). Fire (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 11

Wayne J, Wayne A, Wilson I (2008). Upper Warren fauna monitoring. In Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project: diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in southwestern Australia: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Available at: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/programs/saving-our-species/woylie-conservation-research-project/the-progress-report.html Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp. 32–42

Wayne J, Wayne A, Wilson I (2008). Upper Warren fauna monitoring (ABSTRACT). In Woylie Symposium: recent woylie declines, situation overview and diagnosis progress: Thuirsday 14th February 2008, Murdoch University: abstracts p. 8

2007

Abdad Y, Adams P, Pallant L, Li A, Wayne A, Fenwick S (2007). Potential bacterial pathogens in woylies from SW WA (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 50

Burmej H, Smith A, Lymbery A, Wayne A, Morris K, Fenwick S et al. (2007). The biodiversity, ecology and importance of ectoparasites in the woylie (Bettongia penicillata) and sympatric species (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 51

Clark P, Thompson A, Wayne A, Averis S (2007). Trypanosomes in relation to the diagnosis of woylie declines: prevalence and molecular characteristics (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 47

Eden P, Payne K, Vaughan R, Vitali S, Wayne A (2007). Clinical aspects of disease investigations in population declines of woylies (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 44

Knowles G, Eden P, Wayne A (2007). Results of woylies (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) submitted for necropsy to Murdoch University, September 2005 to May 2007 (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 45

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2007). Assessing the genetic costs of recurring population crashes in the woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi). Poster presented at the Murdoch post-graduate poster day.

Pacioni C, Spencer P, Wayne A (2007). Woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) conservation genetics project (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 46

Parameswaran N, O'Handley R, Wayne A, Smith A, Eden P, Lymbery A et al. [Morris K.] (2007). Toxoplasma in woylies (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 49

Robinson R, Fielder J, Maxwell M, Bougher N, Sicard W, Wayne A (2007). Preliminary survey of hypogeous fungi in the upper Warren region. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 21 p.

Smith A, Lymbery A, Eliot A, Parkar U, Wayne A, Thompson A (2007). Prevalence and diversity of woylie endoparasites: from individiuals to populations and sympatric species (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 48

Wayne A (2007). Diagnosing recent woylie declines in south-western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 43

Wayne A (2007). Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project : diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in south-western Australia. Part two, appendices: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Working draft. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 157 p.

Wayne A (2007). Progress report of the Woylie Conservation Research Project : diagnosis of recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) declines in south-western Australia. Part two, appendices: a report to the Department of Environment and Conservation Corporate Executive. Working draft. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. 157 p.

Wayne A, Thompson A, Knowles G, Eden P, Swinburn M, Morris K (2007). Diagnosing recent woylie declines in south-western Australia: situation assessment, research approach and disease investigations. Paper presented at the Wildlife Disease Symposium, Perth Zoo, 13 July 2007. Department of Environment and Conservation, Manjimup. pp. 1–10

Wayne A, Ward C, Maxwell M, Vellios C, Wilson I, Wayne J et al. [Swinburn M, Ward B, Morris K] (2007). Diagnosing the recent woylie (Bettongia penicillata) collapse in south-western Australia (ABSTRACT). In ESA 2007, Program and Abstracts: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Perth, Australia, 2007, Monday 26th November to Friday 30th November 2007 p. 167

2006

Wayne A (2006). Fire management guideline: ngwayir (western ringtail possum). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 14 p.

Wayne A, Kavanagh R, Loyn R, Munks S, Smith G (2006). Brief summary of prescriptions for the retention of hollow bearing trees in multiple-use forests throughout Australia: report prepared on behalf of Research Working Group 4 (Native Forest Management) for the Research Priorities and Co-ordination Committee (RPPC).. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 26 p.

Wayne A, Wilson I, Northin J, Barton B, Gillard J, Morris K et al. [Orell P, Richardson J] (2006). Situation report and project proposal: identifying the cause(s) for the recent declines of woylies in south-western Australia: a report to the Department of Conservation and Land Management Corporate Executive. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 28 p.

Wayne AF (2006). Interim assessment of the evidence for a recent decline in woylie abundance in south-western Australia: report to Corporate Executive, Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 16 p.

Wayne AF (2006). The post-recovery collapse of the woylie (ABSTRACT) : diagnosing their recent declines in south-western Australia. p. 1

Wayne AF (2006). The post-recovery collapse of the woylie: diagnosing their recent declines in south-western Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 59

Wayne AF, Cowling A, Lindenmayer DB, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Donnelly CF et al. (2006). The abundance of a threatened arboreal marsupial in relation to anthropogenic disturbances at local and landscape scales in Mediterranean-type forests in south-western Australia. Biological Conservation 127, pp. 463–476

2005

Wayne AF (2005). The ecology of the koomal (Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus) and ngwayir (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in the jarrah forests of south-western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Programme and Abstracts: Ecological Society of Australia, Brisbane 2005: the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Monday 28th of November to Friday 2nd December 2005 p. 170

Wayne AF (2005). The ecology of the koomal (Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus) and ngwayir (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in the jarrah forests of south-western Australia. Thesis (PhD) - Australian National University. 280 p.

Wayne AF, Cowling A, Rooney JF, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Lindenmayer DB et al. (2005). A comparison of survey methods for arboreal possums in jarrah forest, Western Australia. Wildlife Research 32, pp. 701–714

Wayne AF, Cowling A, Rooney JF, Ward CG, Wheeler IB, Lindenmayer DB et al. (2005). Factors affecting the detection of possums by spotlighting in Western Australia. Wildlife Research 32, pp. 689–700

Wayne AF, Rooney JF, Ward CG, Vellios CV, Lindenmayer DB (2005). The life history of Pseudocheirus occidentalis (Pseudocheiridae) in the jarrah forest of south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 53, pp. 325–337

Wayne AF, Ward CG, Rooney JF, Vellios CV, Lindenmayer DB (2005). The life history of Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus (Phalangeridae) in the jarrah forest of south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 53, pp. 265–278

2003

Friend G, Wayne A (2003). Relationships between mammals and fire in south-west Western Australian ecosystems: what we know and what we need to know. In Fire in Ecosystems of South-West Western Australia: Impacts and Management Backhuys, Leiden. pp. 363–380

Lawley J, Hickey R, Wayne A, Wright G (2003). Spatio-temporal GIS development to aid multiple-use forest management. Geocarto International 18, pp. 49–59

Morris K, Johnson B, Orell P, Gaikhorst G, Wayne A, Moro D (2003). Recovery of the threatened chuditch (Dasyurus geoffroii): a case study. In Predators With Pouches: the Biology of Carnivorous Marsupials CSIRO, Collingwood. pp. 435–451

2002

Friend G, Wayne A (2002). Relationships between mammals and fire in south-western Australian ecosystems: what we know and what we need to know (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 22

2001

Wayne A, Rooney J, Ward C, Wheeler I, Mellican A (2001). Spotlight surveys to investigate the impacts of timber harvesting and associated activities within the jarrah forest of Kingston State Forest, with particular reference to the koomal (Trichosurus vulpecula) and ngwayir (Pseudocheirus occidentalis): Kingston Project progress report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup, WA. 30 p.

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). Brushtail possum (koomal) responses to timber harvesting at Kingston (ABSTRACT). In A Workshop on Environmental Effects of Timber Harvesting in the Jarrah Forest: Perup Forest Ecology Centre, 7 & 8 May 2001: a Synthesis of Recent Research by the Science Division, Department of Conservation & Land Management p. 15

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). Response of terrestrial vertebrates to timber harvesting at Kingston (ABSTRACT). In A Workshop on Environmental Effects of Timber Harvesting in the Jarrah Forest: Perup Forest Ecology Centre, 7 & 8 May 2001: a Synthesis of Recent Research by the Science Division, Department of Conservation & Land Management p. 14

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). The habitat use of the ngwayir (western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis) within the jarrah forest and the impacts of timber harvesting at Kingston, Western Australia (ABSTRACT).

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). The habitat use of the ngwayir (western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis) within the jarrah forest and the impacts of timber harvesting at Kingston, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 48

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). The immediate impacts of timber harvesting on the survivorship of ngwayir (western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in the jarrah forest of Kingston, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). Conference Organising Committee,

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). The immediate impacts of timber harvesting on the survivorship of ngwayir (western ringtail possum, Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in the jarrah forest of Kingston, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). pp. 44–45

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2001). Western ringtail possum (ngwayir) responses to timber harvesting at Kingston. In A Workshop on Environmental Effects of Timber Harvesting in the Jarrah Forest: Perup Forest Ecology Centre, 7 & 8 May 2001: a Synthesis of Recent Research by the Science Division, Department of Conservation & Land Management Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup, WA. pp. 16–17

Wayne A, Wheeler I, Ward C, Rooney J, Mellican A (2001). The impacts of timber harvesting and associated activities on the small terrestrial vertebrates of the jarrah forest: Kingston Project progress report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 37 p.

2000

Wayne A, Mackay G, Taylor A, Bennett J, Armstrong R (2000). Identification and analysis of options available for the supply of fox baits to the Western Shield program and the recommendation for a preferred option: report to Corporate Executive, Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 42 p.

Wayne A, Ward C, Rooney J, Wheeler I (2000). The immediate impacts of timber harvesting and associated activities on the ngwayir (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) in the jarrah forest of Kingston State Forest Block: progress report, December 2000. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup, WA. 46 p.

1999

Simmons LW, Beesley L, Lindhjem P, Newbound D, Norris J, Wayne A (1999). Nuptial feeding by male bushcrickets: an indicator of male quality?. Behavioral Ecology 10, pp. 263–269

1998

Algar D, Wayne A, Sinagra JA, Ward C, Rooney J, Liddelow G, Wheeler I (1998). Preliminary assessment of a sausage bait for fox control (stage 2) report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 13 p.

1997

Wayne A (1997). Impacts of forest management on native fauna. In 1997 Fauna Conservation Course: Batalling Field Study Centre, 20-24th October 1997 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–9

1996

Sinclair EA, Danks A, Wayne AF (1996). Rediscovery of Gilbert's Potoroo, Potorous tridactylus, in Western Australia. Australian Mammalogy 19, pp. 69–72

Wayne A (1996). Structure and possible function of the caudal knob of Nephrurus (Gekkonidae: Sauria). Thesis (B.Sc.(Hons.)) -- University of Western Australia. 183 p.

1995

Start T, Burbidge A, Sinclair E, Wayne A (1995). Lost and found: Gilbert's potoroo. Landscope 10(3), pp. 28–33

Wayne AF (1995). Report on the search for the presence of the newly rediscovered Potorous tridactylus gilbertii at new locations primarily within Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia during January and February 1995. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 42 p.

1994

Wayne A (1994). A review of selected structures and behaviours in context of the possible functions of the knobbed tail of Nephrurus, and Research and budget proposals for the Honours project: The role of the caudal knob of Nephrurus (Reptilia: Gekkonidae). A. Wayne, Nedlands. 62 p.