May 2020

// An insight into natural koala drinking behaviour
// Infectious KoRV-related retroviruses circulating in Australian bats

April 2020

// Infectious KoRV-related retroviruses circulating in Australian bats.
// Field immobilization using alfaxalone and alfaxalone-medetomidine in free-ranging koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus): a randomized comparative study.
// A review of the ‘noose and flag’ method to capture free-ranging koalas
// Detecting small and cryptic animals by combining thermography and a wildlife detection dog
// Symmetric dimethylarginine values in koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) based on oxalate nephrosis status
// Transmission of koala retrovirus from parent koalas to a joey in a Japanese zoo

March 2020

// When an iconic native animal is overabundant: The koala in southern Australia
// Managing non-releasable animals following rehabilitation: the current management framework in New South Wales, recent trends and a stakeholder consultative review
// Pathological Findings in Koala Retrovirus-positive Koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) from Northern and Southern Australia
// Developing guidelines for the use of traps to capture koalas
// Polyphasic Characterisation of Cedecea colo sp. nov., a New Enteric Bacterium Isolated from the Koala Hindgut

February 2020

// piRNAs make sense of retroviral invaders.
// CHANGES IN ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF KOALAS (PHASCOLARCTOS CINEREUS) BASED ON HEALTH STATUS AND MEASUREMENT OF THE ANTIOXIDANT ASCORBATE IN EUCALYPT LEAVES
// Koala Forum attracts expert speakers
// NSW forestry defends koala protection work
// Experts gather for koala workshop and Ministerial Roundtable
// The suffering of Australia’s wildlife after devastating fires revealed in footage
// Queensland community celebrates saving koala habitat after scrapping of controversial development
// “I spy with my little eye …”
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital supports a conservation status change for koalas
// Koala losses 'spectacularly huge' after NSW drought, bushfires
// The 'doomsday vault' that could save the kangaroo and koala from extinction
// Ten thousand koalas may have died in NSW bushfires, inquiry hears
// Haematological reference intervals of wild southern Australian koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus)
// Gunnedah koala park estimate completion date now December 2021
// Call for State to rethink new koala habitat mapping
// Pathological Findings in Retrovirus-positive Koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) From Northern and Southern Australia
// More than 55,000 koalas were killed in the devastating Kangaroo Island bushfires - as rescuers race to save and feed the remaining animals

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