Posters and Theses

Posters

Adrenal hormone patterns in captive and free-ranging African wild dogs during the breeding season
Leanne Van der Weyde, Graeme B Martin, Monique C J Paris

 

Improved Sperm Freezing in the Endangered African Wild Dog Using a Two-Step Dilution TRIS-Egg Yolk Extender Containing Equex STM
F Van den Berghe, M C J Paris, Z Sarnyai, M B Briggs, W K Farstad, D B B P Paris


Dog Appeasing Pheromone prevents the testosterone surge, and may
reduce contact-dominance and active-submission behaviours after
interventions in captive African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus)

F Van den Berghe, M C J Paris, Z Sarnyai, R Millar, A Ganswindt, A Cozzi, P Pageat, D B B P Paris

 

Successful cryopreservation of African wild dog (Lycaon pictus)
spermatozoa: Towards developing the frozen zoo

F Van den Berghe, M C J Paris, Z Sarnyai, M B Briggs, W K Farstad, D B B P Paris

 

Theses

In Search of the Illusive Pygmy Hippo: Establishment of Methods to Determine Population Structure of Pygmy Hippos in Tai Forest and Assessment of Their Role in Seed Dispersal
Research Report by Mark van Heukelum
Wageningen University, The Netherland, 2011

 

The Pygmy Hippopotamus (Choeropsis liberiensis) An Enigmatic Oxymoron: How a not-so-small species presents a sizeable conservation challenge
Gabriella L Flacke, DVM, MVSc
University of Western Australia, 2016

 

Habitat Preference and Activity Pattern of the Pygmy Hippopotamus Analyzed by Camera Trapping and GIS
MSc Thesis by Henke Eshuis
Wageningen University, The Netherlands, 2011

 

Reproductive physiology in the wild white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum): New insights for enhanced breeding success
Annemieke C. van der Goot, MSc., DVM
Utrecht University, The Netherland, 2015

 

Reproductive Biology of the Endangered African Wild Dog (Lycaon pictus) in Captive and Free-ranging Populations: an Endocrine, Behavioural and Demographic Approach
Leanne K Van der Weyde, B.Sc. (Hons.)
This thesis is presented for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of the University of Western Australia
School of Animal Biology May 2013

 

Dog appeasing pheromone®:
A useful tool to minimize stress and aggression of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus)?

Minor research project:
B.H.A.C. Vlamingsa
Prestigious Master: Neuroscience and Cognition, Track: Behavioural Neuroscience, Graduate School of Life Sciences, University of Utrecht, Netherlands.

 

Reproductive Physiology of Ethopian Wolves (Canis simensis)
MSc by Research:
Freya van Kesteren
Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Department of Zoology, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, Hillary Term 2011