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VOL. 38 · NO. 2 | October 2008
 
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South African Journal of Wildlife Research
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Research articles
Matt W. Hayward, Graham I. H. Kerley
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 93-108, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.93
KEYWORDS: conservation ecology, exploitation competition, extinction, optimal foraging, prey preferences, predation, threatening processes, top-down, bottom-up limitation
J. Weldon McNutt, Megan N. Parker, Matthew J. Swarner, Markus Gusset
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 109-112, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.109
KEYWORDS: Adoption, African wild dog, conservation, cross-fostering, group augmentation, Lycaon pictus
Jan F. Kamler, Nicolas F. Jacobsen, David W. Macdonald
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 113-116, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.113
KEYWORDS: black-backed jackal, Canis mesomelas, capture efficiency, exclusion efficiency, non-target species, Soft Catch traps, South Africa
Robert D. Fyumagwa, Pascale Simmler, Barbara Willi, Marina L. Meli, Armin Sutter, Richard Hoare, Gottfried Dasen, Regina Hofmann-Lehmann, Hans Lutz
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 117-122, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.117
KEYWORDS: haemotropic Mycoplasma, lions, Ngorongoro Crater, real-time PCR, ticks
Mandy Schumann, Laurence H. Watson, Bonnie D. Schumann
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 123-132, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.123
KEYWORDS: conservancy, human–large carnivore conflict, livestock management
P. J. Nico de Bruyn, Cheryl A. Tosh, W. Chris Oosthuizen, Mashudu V. Phalanndwa, Marthán N. Bester
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 133-137, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.133
KEYWORDS: Marion Island, mark, recapture, marker types, Mirounga leonina, pinnipeds, phocids
Fredrik Dalerum, Henrik Lange, Christina Skarpe, Tuulikki Rooke, Berit Inga, Philip W. Bateman
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 138-145, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.138
KEYWORDS: foraging competition, anti-predatory vigilance, group size effect, observational data, predation risk
Jozua J. Viljoen, André Ganswindt, Johan T. du Toit, William R. Langbauer
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 146-152, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.146
KEYWORDS: Loxodonta africana, elephant, capture stress, translocation, glucocorticoids, Kruger National Park
Piet Eloff, Adriaan van Niekerk
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 153-162, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.153
KEYWORDS: animals, accidents, temporal patterns, Kudu, Tragelaphus strepsiceros, traffic, Vehicle, collisions
Owen R. Davies, Kerstin Junker, Raymond Jansen, Timothy M. Crowe, Joop Boomker
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 163-170, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.163
KEYWORDS: gastrointestinal helminths, Numida meleagris, Pternistis swainsonii, Scleroptila levaillantoides
Jerome Y. Gaugris, Margaretha W. van Rooyen
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 171-184, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.171
KEYWORDS: disturbance, forest structure, Maputaland, sand forest, Succession, woody plant assemblages
Short Communications
Eric Herrmann, Jan F. Kamler, Nico L. Avenant
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 185-188, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.185
KEYWORDS: distribution, Free State, Leptailurus serval, Northern Cape, serval
Maartin Strauss, Hannes Botha, Wouter van Hoven
South African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 189-192, (1 October 2008) https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-38.2.189
KEYWORDS: crocodilians, nuchal scales, tail scutes, radio-tracking, VHF
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