August 2018

// Premier asks for report as controversial koala shift policy is debated
// Hearing the koala's call
// Council to host koala forum
// Campbelltown City Council installs koala crossing signs around Macarthur
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital’s clinical director Cheyne Flanagan attended koala workshop
// Adaptation and conservation insights from the koala genome
// Passive acoustic surveys for predicting species’ distributions: Optimising detection probability
// Koala group to take Queensland government to court over 'politically sanctioned extinction'
// Watch How a Glucose Monitor is Helping a Diabetic Koala
// Starving koalas on Victoria's Raymond Island a sign of significant food shortage, overpopulation
// Bush recordings reveal higher koala occupancy rate than expected in NSW hinterland
// Acoustics provide new insights on koalas in north-east forests
// Nearly half of Coomera koalas die after Gold Coast relocation
// Experts to review controversial koala 'shift' policy after deaths
// Wildlife carers in Port Macquarie for Koala Rehabilitation Workshop
// Ancient viruses protect koala DNA from new attacks, study finds
// Koala petition presented to Parliament
// NSW Government's 'road kill files' reveal how state's dwindling koala population is under threat
// Video shows injured koala's 'avoidable' death in tunnel
// Koala tree planting volunteers needed
// Rat may hold the key to koala virus spread
// Recording body temperature in koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus): a comparison of techniques
// A Sarcoptes scabiei specific isothermal amplification assay for detection of this important ectoparasite of wombats and other animals
// Induction of neutralizing antibody response against koala retrovirus (KoRV) and reduction in viral load in koalas following vaccination with recombinant KoRV envelope protein
// Degradation and remobilization of endogenous retroviruses by recombination during the earliest stages of a germ-line invasion
// Expanded Molecular Typing of Sarcoptes scabiei Provides Further Evidence of Disease Spillover Events in the Epidemiology of Sarcoptic Mange in Australian Marsupials