April 2019

// Oxalate-degrading bacteria, including Oxalobacter formigenes, colonise the gastrointestinal tract of healthy koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) and those with oxalate nephrosis.
// Ewingsdale koala tree planting April 27
// Newborn koala joey survives being transferred to surrogate mum's pouch
// Chlamydia pecorum prevalence in South Australian koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) populations: Identification and modelling of a population free from infection
// Good news for koalas in the Blue Mountains
// Gunnedah koala park build on agenda for 2019
// Physiological stress levels in wild koala sub-populations facing anthropogenic induced environmental trauma and disease
// Gunnedah koala park, education centre operator sought
// Research proves over-development puts Macarthur koalas at risk
// Koala hydration stations installed around Warialda
// Koala bridge promised as part of Labor's $55m Appin Road safety upgrade commitment
// PORT DOUGLAS TOURISM BUSINESSES TEAM UP FOR KOALA FOOD
// Land clearing is stressing koalas: report
// Mid North Coast Joint Organisation of council to work on a three-year Hastings-Macleay Koala Recovery Partnership
// In vitro analysis of genetically distinct Chlamydia pecorum isolates reveals key growth differences in mammalian epithelial and immune cells
// The Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) faecal microbiome differs with diet in a wild population
// The piRNA Response to Retroviral Invasion of the Koala Genome
// Volunteers needed to plant koala 'habitat' trees at Cook Park, Ruse
// Wild koala numbers dwindle to 48,000 as crossbenchers back Labor's environment law overhaul
// Machine learning system and IR cameras mounted on drones successfully identify koala populations
// Hastings and Macleay schools take part in Koala Smart
// One simple way anyone can help out Gunnedah's koalas
// Wildlife signs go up at Coombabah and Helensvale as motorists urged to slow down to save koalas lives
// Koala population surveyed on EP

March 2019

// Koalas in Noosa are being hounded to death
// Koalas should be given endangered listing, environment groups say
// Detection of a range of genetically diverse chlamydiae in Australian domesticated and wild ungulates
// Prioritising research efforts for effective species conservation: a review of 145 years of koala research
// Queensland research finds faster way to treat koalas with chlamydia
// Controversial koala translocation expansion

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