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Naomi Indigo
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Not such silly sausages: Evidence suggests northern quolls exhibit aversion to toads after training with toad sausages
N Indigo, J Smith, JK Webb, B Phillips
Austral Ecology 43 (5), 592-601, 2018
372018
The significance of topographic complexity in habitat selection and persistence of a declining marsupial in the Kimberley region of Western Australia
IJRCNJ Rosemary Hohnen, Katherine Tuft, Sarah Legge, Naomi Walters, Lucy ...
Australian Journal of Zoology 64 (3), 198-216, 2016
202016
No outbreeding depression in a trial of targeted gene flow in an endangered Australian marsupial
E Kelly, Kenbi Traditional Owners and Rangers, CJ Jolly, N Indigo, ...
Conservation Genetics 22 (1), 23-33, 2021
102021
Designing a large‐scale track‐based monitoring program to detect changes in species distributions in arid A ustralia
D Southwell, A Skroblin, K Moseby, R Southgate, N Indigo, B Backhouse, ...
Ecological Applications 33 (2), e2762, 2023
82023
Effects of learning and adaptation on population viability
NL Indigo, CJ Jolly, E Kelly, J Smith, JK Webb, BL Phillips
Conservation Biology 35 (4), 1245-1255, 2021
62021
Bangers and cash: baiting efficiency in a heterogeneous population
N Indigo, J Smith, JK Webb, BL Phillips
Wildlife Society Bulletin 43 (4), 669-677, 2019
52019
Can conditioned taste aversion be deployed at a landscape level to mitigate the impact of invasive cane toads on northern quolls?
NL Indigo, E Kelly, J Smith, JK Webb, BL Phillips
Wildlife Research, 2023
42023
Safeguarding the northern quoll. Can we mitigate cane toad impacts through conditioned taste aversion?
NL Indigo
32020
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