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1. Scroggie, M.P., Forsyth, D.M., McPhee, S., Matthews, J., Stuart, I., Stamation, K.,
Lindeman, M., & Ramsey, D.S.L. (in press) Invasive prey controlling invasive predators? European rabbit abundance does not determine red fox population dynamics. Journal of Applied Ecology

Published

36. Heard, G.W., Scroggie, M.P., Ramsey, D.S.L., Clemann, N., Hodgson, J. & Thomas, C.D. (2018) Can habitat management mitigate disease impacts on threatened amphibians? Conservation Letters11: 1-10

35. Gillespie, G.R., Howard, S., Stroud, J., Ul-Hasanah, A., Campling, M., Lardner, B., Scroggie, M.P. & Kusrini, M. (2015) Responses of tropical forest herpetofauna to moderate anthropogenic disturbance and effects of natural habitat variation in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Biological Conservation 192: 161-173

34. Heard, G.W., Thomas, C.D., Hodgson, J.A., Scroggie, M.P., Ramsey, D.S.L. & Clemann, N. (2015) Refugia and connectivity sustain amphibian metapopulations afflicted by disease. Ecology Letters 18: 853ā€“863

33. Forsyth, D.F., Scroggie, M.P., Arthur, A., Lindeman, M., Ramsey, D.S.L., McPhee, S., Bloomfield, T. & Stuart, I. (2015) Density-dependent effects of a widespread invasive herbivore on tree survival and biomass during reforestation. Ecosphere 6: 71. [Project Data Here]

32. Nelson, J., Scroggie, M.P., & Belcher, C.A. (2014) Developing a camera trap protocol to detect a rare marsupial carnivore, the Spot-tailed Quoll, Dasyurus maculatus. pp. 271ā€“280. in: Camera Trapping in Wildlife Management and Research (eds. Meeks, P., Fleming, P., Ballard, G., Banks, P., Claridge, A., Sanderson, J & Swann, D.), CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

31. Heard, G.W., Scroggie, M.P., Clemann, N. & Ramsey, D.S.L. (2014) Wetland characteristics influence disease risk for a threatened amphibian. Ecological Applications 24: 650-662.

30. Ramsey, D.S.L., McPhee, S.R., Forysth, D.M., Stuart, I., Scroggie, M.P., Lindeman, M. & Mathews, J. (2014) Recolonisation of rabbit warrens following coordinated ripping programs in Victoria, south-eastern Australia. Wildlife Research 41: 46-55.

29. Clemann, N., Smith, M.J., Peterson, G.N.L, Scroggie, M.P. & Hunter, D. (2013) Characteristics of refugia used by the threatened Australian growling grass frog (Litoria raniformis) during a prolonged drought. Wildlife Research 40:385-392.

28. Heard, G.W., McCarthy, M.A., Scroggie, M.P., Baumgartner, J.B. & Parris, K.M. (2013) Bayesian models of metapopulation viability, with application to an endangered amphibian. Diversity and Distributions 19: 555-566.

27. Scroggie, M.P., Parkes, J.P., Norbury, G., Reddiex, B. & Heyward, R. (2012) Lagomorph and sheep effects on vegetation growth in dry and mesic grasslands in Otago, New Zealand. Wildlife Research 39: 721-730.

26. Scroggie, M.P. (2012) Survival of adult smooth froglets (Geocrinia laevis complex, Anura, Myobatrachidae) in and around a hybrid zone. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 7: 196-205.

25. Gillespie, G.R., Ahmad, E., Elahan, B., Evans, A., Ancrenaz, M., Goossens, B. & Scroggie, M.P. (2012) Conservation of amphibians in Borneo: relative value of secondary tropical forest and non-forest habitats. Biological Conservation 152: 136-144.

24. Heard, G.W., Scroggie, M.P. & Malone, B. (2012) Classical metapopulation theory as a useful paradigm for the conservation of an endangered amphibian. Biological Conservation 148: 156-166.

23. Heard, G.W., Scroggie, M.P. & Malone, B. (2012) The life-history and decline of the threatened Australian frog, Litoria raniformis. Austral Ecology 37: 276-284.

22. Dorrough, J., McIntyre, S. & Scroggie, M.P. (2011) Individual plant species responses to phosphorus and livestock grazing. Australian Journal of Botany. 59: 669-680.

21. Hunter, D.A., Smith, M.J., Scroggie, M.P. & Gilligan, D. (2011) Experimental examination of the potential for three introduced species to prey on the tadpole of the endangered Booroolong Frog, Litoria booroolongensis. Journal of Herpetology 45: 181-185.

20. Gillespie, G.R., Scroggie, M.P., Roberts, J.D., Cogger, H.G., Mahony, M. & MacDonald, K.R (2011) The influence of uncertainty on conservation risk assessments: Australian frogs as a case study. Biological Conservation 144: 1516-1525.

19. Gormley, A., Forsyth, D., Griffioen, P., Lindeman, M., Ramsey, D., Scroggie, M.P., & Woodford, L. (2011) Using presence-only and presence-absence data to estimate the current and potential distributions of established invasive species. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 25-34.

18. Smith MJ, Scroggie MP, Schreiber ESG, McNabb E, Cheers G, Macak P, Loyn R & Ough KM (2009) Associations between salinity and diurnal non-riverine wetland use by birds. Emu 109: 252-259.

17. Forsyth DM, McLeod SR, Scroggie MP & White MD 2009. Modelling the abundance of wildlife using field surveys and GIS: non-native sambar deer (Cervus unicolor) in the Yarra Ranges, south-east Australia. Wildlife Research. 36: 231-241.

16. Scroggie MP & Clemann N 2009. Handling-related tail loss in an endangered skink: incidence, correlates and a possible solution. Journal of Zoology 277: 214-220.

15. Smith MJ, Ough KM, Scroggie MP, Schreiber ESG & Kohout M 2009. Assessing changes in macrophyte assemblages with salinity in non-riverine wetlands: A Bayesian approach. Aquatic Botany 90: 137-142.

14. Clemann N, Melville J, Ananjeva NB, Scroggie MP, Milto K & Kreuzberg E 2008. Microhabitat occupation and functional morphology of four species of sympatric agamid lizards in the Kyzylkum Desert, central Uzbekistan. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 31-2: 51-62.

13. Heard GW, Robertson P & Scroggie MP 2008. Microhabitat preferences of the endangered Growling Grass Frog Litoria raniformis in southern Victoria. Australian Zoologist 34: 414-425.

12. Heard GW, Scroggie MP & Malone B 2008. Visible implant alphanumeric tags as an alternative to toeclipping for marking amphibians – a case study. Wildlife Research. 35: 747-759.

11. Brown GW, Scroggie MP & Choquenot D 2008. Precision and accuracy of flyout counts of the Common Bent-wing Bat Miniopterus schreibersii. Acta Chiropterologica. 10: 145-151.

10. Dorrough J & Scroggie MP 2008. Plant responses to agricultural intensification. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 1274-1283.

9. Lyon JP, Ryan TJ & Scroggie MP 2008. Effects of temperature on the fast-start swimming performance of an Australian freshwater fish. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17: 184-188.

8. Brown GW, Scroggie MP, Smith MJ & Steane D 2007. An evaluation of methods for assessing the population status of the threatened Alpine Tree Frog Litoria verreauxii alpina in south-eastern Australia. Copeia 2007: 765-770.

7. Forsyth DM, Barker RJ, Morriss G & Scroggie MP 2007. Modeling the relationship between fecal pellet indices and deer density. Journal of Wildlife Management 71: 964-970.

6. Smith MJ, Schreiber ESG, Scroggie MP, Kohout M, Ough K, Potts J, Lennie R, Turnbull D, Jin C, & Clancy T 2007. Associations between anuran tadpoles and salinity in a landscape mosaic of wetlands impacted by secondary salinisation. Freshwater Biology 52: 75-84.

5. Heard GW, Robertson P & Scroggie MP 2006. Assessing detection probabilities for the endangered Growling Grass Frog (Litoria raniformis) in southern Victoria. Wildlife Research 33: 557-564.

4. Forsyth DM, Scroggie MP & McDonald-Madden E 2006. Accuracy and precision of grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) flyout counts. Wildlife Research 33: 57-65.

3. Scroggie MP & Littlejohn MJ 2005. Territorial vocal behavior in hybrid smooth froglets, Geocrinia laevis complex (Anura: Myobatrachidae). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 58: 72-79.

2. Gillespie GR, Howard S, Lockie D, Scroggie MP & Boeadi 2005. Herpetofaunal richness and community structure of offshore islands of Sulawesi, Indonesia. Biotropica 37: 279-290.

1. Gillespie GR, Lockie D, Scroggie MP & Iskandar DT 2004. Habitat use by stream-breeding frogs in south-east Sulawesi, with some preliminary observations on community organization. Journal of Tropical Ecology 20: 439-448.

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