88 參考文獻 found for Boiga irregularis:
1. Aguon, Celestino F. Campbell, Earl W., III ; Morton, John M. Efficacy of electrical barriers used to protect Mariana crow nests Wildlife Society Bulletin. 30(3). Fall, 2002. 703-708.
摘要： This report reviews available information on the adverse effects of 14 alien vertebrates considered to be ‘significant invasive species' on islands of the South Pacific and Hawaii, supplementing the authors’ experience with that of other workers.
3. Avery, M.L., Tillman, E.A., Savarie, P.J. 2004. Responses of captive fish crows (Corvus ossifragus) to acetaminophen baits and bait stations for brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis) control on Guam. Bird Behavior 16(1-2): 1-6.
摘要： Available from: http://www.feral.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/PC12803.pdf [Accessed August 19 2010]
5. Boyarski, V.L., Savidge, J.A., Rodda, G.H. 2008. Brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis) trappability: Attributes of the snake, environment and trap. Applied Herpetology 5(1): 47-61.
6. Clark, L. & Shivik, J. 2002. Aerosolized essential oils and individual natural product compounds as brown treesnake repellents Pest Management Science 58(8): 775-783.
7. Colvin, B.A., Fall, M.W., Fitzgerald, L.A. & Loope, L.L. 2005. Review of brown treesnake problems and control programs: report of observations and recommendations. Report to Office of Insular Affairs, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
8. D'Evelyn, S.T., Tarui, N., Burnett, K. & Roumasset, J.A. 2008. Learning-by-catching: Uncertain invasive-species populations and the value of information. Journal of Environmental Management. 89: 284-292.
9. Engeman , Richard M. and Daniel S. Vice., 2001a. Objectives and Integrated Approaches for the Control of Brown Tree Snakes. Integrated Pest Management Reviews Volume 6, Number 1 / March, 2001
10. Engeman, R. M.; Vice, D. S., 2001b. A direct comparison of trapping and spotlight searches for capturing Brown Tree Snakes on Guam Pacific Conservation Biology. 7(1). June, 2001. 4-8.
11. Engeman, Richard A; Linnell, Michael A. The effect of trap spacing on the capture of brown tree snakes on Guam International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. 54(4). December 2004. 265-267.
12. Engeman, Richard M., Daniel S. Vice, George Nelson, Ernest Muna., 2000. Brown tree snakes e?ectively removed from a large plot of land on Guam by perimeter trapping. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 45 (2000) 139±142
13. Engeman, Richard M.; Groninger, N. Paige [Author]; Vice, Daniel S. A general model for predicting brown tree snake capture rates.Environmetrics. 14(3). May 2003. 295-305.
14. Engeman, Richard M.; Linnell, Michael A.; Aguon, Phillip; Manibusan, Anthony; Sayama, Steven; Techaira, Anthony. Implications of brown tree snake captures from fences Wildlife Research. 26(1). 1999. 111-116.
15. Engeman, Richard M.; Vice, Daniel S.; York, Darryl; Gruver, Kenneth S. Sustained evaluation of the effectiveness of detector dogs for locating brown tree snakes in cargo outbound from Guam International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. 49(2-3). 2002. 101-106.
16. Fritts, T. H. 1987. Movements of snakes via cargo in the Pacific region. 'Elepaio 47: 17-18.
17. Fritts, T. H. 1988. The brown tree snake, Boiga irregularis, a threat to Pacific Islands. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Reports 88(31). 36pp.
摘要： Available from: http://www.fort.usgs.gov/resources/education/bts/bts_home.asp [Accessed 16 December 2009]
19. Gee II, David E., pers. comm. 2006. Wildlife Biologist, Guam Division of Aquatic & Wildlife Resources and Guam team member of the Pacific Invasives Learning Network (PILN).
20. Gragg, James E.; Rodda, Gordon H.; Savidge, Julie A.; White, Gary C.; Dean-Bradley, Kathy; Ellingson, Aaron R. Response of brown treesnakes to reduction of their rodent prey Journal of Wildlife Management. 71(7). SEP 2007. 2311-2317.
摘要： The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species provides taxonomic, conservation status and distribution information on taxa that have been globally evaluated using the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria. This system is designed to determine the relative risk of extinction, and the main purpose of the IUCN Red List is to catalogue and highlight those taxa that are facing a higher risk of global extinction (i.e. those listed as Critically Endangered, Endangered and Vulnerable). The IUCN Red List also includes information on taxa that are categorized as Extinct or Extinct in the Wild; on taxa that cannot be evaluated because of insufficient information (i.e. are Data Deficient); and on taxa that are either close to meeting the threatened thresholds or that would be threatened were it not for an ongoing taxon-specific conservation programme (i.e. are Near Threatened).
Available from: http://www.iucnredlist.org/ [Accessed 25 May 2011]
22. Johnston, J. J.; Savarie, P. J. [Author]; Primus, T. M.; Eisemann, J. D.; Hurley, J. C.; Kohler, D. J. Risk assessment of an acetaminophen baiting program for chemical control of brown tree snakes on Guam: Evaluation of baits, snake residues, and potential primary and secondary hazards Environmental Science & Technology. 36(17). September 1, 2002. 3827-3833.
23. Moore, Ignacio T; Greene, Michael J.; Lerner, Darren T.; Asher, Chance E.; Krohmer, Randolph W.; Hess, David L.; Whittier, Joan; Mason, Robert T. Physiological evidence for reproductive suppression in the introduced population of brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis) on Guam Biological Conservation. 121(1). January 2005. 91-98.
24. Perry, G. & Vice, D. 2008. An evaluation of passive thermal fumigation for brown treesnake control in surface transportation from Guam. In G.W. Witmer, W.C. Pitt, and K.A. Fagerstone (Eds), Managing Vertebrate Invasive Species: Proceedings of an International Symposium (pp. 224-233). USDA/APHIS/WS, National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, CO.
25. Perry, G., E.W. Campbell, G.H. Rodda & T.H. Fritts. 1998. Managing Island Biotas: Brown Tree Snake Control Using Barrier Technology, Proc. 18th Vertebr. Pest Conf. (R.O. Baker & A.C. Crabb, Eds.). Univ. of Calf.
26. Perry, G., Rodda, G.H., Fritts, T.H. & Qualls, F.J. 2004. Snake control using barrier technology: a summary of work conducted 1995-2001. Micronesica 37: 177.
27. Qualls, Fiona J.; Qualls, Carl P. A simple method of sterilizing male snakes: A potential aid in preventing the spread of brown treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) from Guam. Herpetological Review. 33(3). September 2002. 185-187
28. Rodda, G.H., Fritts, T.H. Campbell, E.W. III, Dean-Bradley, K., Perry, G. & Qualls, C.P. 2002. Practical concerns in the eradication of island snakes. In C.R. Veitch & M.N. Clout (Eds), Turning the tide: the eradication of invasive species, (pp. 260-265). IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group. IUCN. Gland. Switzerland and Cambridge. UK.
29. Rodda, G.H., Fritts, T.H., Clark, C.S. Gotte, S.W. and Chiszar, D. 1999a. A state-of-the-art trap for the brown treesnake. In G. Rodda, Y. Sawai, D. Chiszar and H. Tanaka (Eds), Problem Snake Management: Habu and Brown Treesnake (pp. 268-284). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
30. Rodda, G.H., Fritts, T.H., McCoid, M.J. & Campbell, E.W III. 1999. An overview of the biology of the Brown Treesnake (Boiga irregularis), a costly introduced pest on Pacific Islands. In G.H. Rodda, Y. Sawai, D. Chiszar & H. Tanaka (Eds.), Problem Snake Management: The Habu and the Brown Treesnake. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
31. Rodda, G.H., Savidge, J.A; Tyrrell, C.L., Christy, M.T., Ellingson, A.R. 2007. Size bias in visual searches and trapping of brown treesnakes on Guam. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(2): 656-661.
32. Rodda, G.H., Sawai, Y., Chiszar, D. & Tanaka, H. (Eds.). 1999. Problem snake management: The Habu and the Brown Tree Snake. Ithaca, NY: Comstock Publication Associates, Cornell University Press.
摘要： This book summarizes the state of knowledge as of 1999 - a nice and broad compilation that lists just about everything else of use to that date.
33. Rodders, Dennis and Stefan Lotters, 2010. Potential Distribution of the Alien Invasive Brown Tree Snake, Boiga irregularis (Reptilia: Colubridae). Pacific Science (2010), vol. 64, no. 1:11–22
摘要： Available from: http://www.aphis.usda.gov/wildlife_damage/nwrc/publications/02pubs/shiv022.pdf
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35. Stanford, J.W. & Rodda, G.H. 2007. The brown treesnake rapid response team. USDA National Wildlife Research Center Symposia: Managing Vertebrate Invasive Species.
摘要： Available from: http://www.afpmb.org/docs/bts/TAB%20B%20BTS%20REPORT%20TO%20CONGRESS%20Aug%20FINAL.pdf [Accessed 16 December 2009]
摘要： The U.S.Geological Survey has assumed a central role in studying the biology of the brown tree snake, the problems it can cause and alternatives for control. USGS researchers are also examining how ecological health is jeopardized on Guam and other islands.
Available from: http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/animals/bts.shtml [Accessed 21 February 2008]
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40. Vice, D.S., Engeman, R.M. & Vice, D.L. 2005a. A comparison of three trap designs for capturing brown treesnakes on Guam, Wildlife Research 32: 355-359.
41. Westbrook, C. and Ramos, K. 2005. Under Siege: Invasive Species on Military Bases. National Wildlife Federation.
42. Wiles, G. J., Bart, J., Beck Jr. R. E., and Aguan, C.F., 2003. Impacts of the Brown Tree Snake: Patterns of Decline
and Species Persistence in Guam’s Avifauna. Conservation Biology, Volume 17, No. 5.
摘要： Impacts of brown tree snake on endemic species in Guam.
43. Aldridge, Robert D. Arackal, Anna A. Reproductive biology and stress of captivity in male brown treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) on Guam Australian Journal of Zoology. 53(4). 2005. 249-256.
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47. Christy, Michelle T.; Clark, Craig S. [Author]; Gee, David E. II; Vice, Diane; Vice, Daniel S.; Warner, Mitchell P.; Tyrrell, Claudine L.; Rodda, Gordon H.; Savidge, Fulie A.. Recent records of alien anurans on the Pacific Island of Guam Pacific Science. 61(4). OCT 2007. 469-483.
48. Conroy, P. J. 1988. High nest predation by brown tree snakes on Guam. Condor 90: 478-482.
49. Daniel S. Vice Mikel E. Pitzler., 2000. Brown Treesnake Control: Economy of Scales. USDA National Wildlife Research Center Symposia Human Conflicts with Wildlife: Economic Considerations University of Nebraska - Lincoln Year 2000
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51. Esselstyn, Jacob A.; Amar, Arjun; Janeke, Dustin. Impact of post-typhoon hunting on Mariana fruit bats (Pteropus mariannus) Pacific Science. 60(4). OCT 2006. 531-539.
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53. Freeman, A.A. 2004. House panel to vet bill on invasive snakes. Environment & Energy Daily.
54. Fritts, T.H. & Rodda, G.H. 1998. The role of introduced species in the degradation of island ecosystems: a case history of Guam. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29: 113–140.
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57. Hetherington, Thomas E.; Coupe, Brad [Author]; Perry, Gad; Anderson, Nancy L.; Williams, Joseph B. Diurnal refuge-site selection by Brown Treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) on Guam Amphibia-Reptilia. 29(2). MAY 2008. 284-287.
摘要： An online database that provides taxonomic information, common names, synonyms and geographical jurisdiction of a species. In addition links are provided to retrieve biological records and collection information from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Data Portal and bioscience articles from BioOne journals.
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61. Mathies, Tom; Miller, Lowell A. Cool temperatures elicit reproduction in a biologically invasive predator, the brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis). Zoo Biology. 22(3). 2003. 227-238.
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65. Perry, G. & Morton, J.M. 1999. Regeneration rates of woody vegetation of Guam’s Northwest Field following major disturbance: land use patterns, feral ungulates, and cascading effects of the brown treesnake. Micronesica 31: 125–142.
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67. Perry, G. 1998. Brown treesnake update. Aliens 8: 6–7.
68. Plentovich, Sheldon; Morton, John M.; Bart, Jonathan; Camp, Richard J.; Lusk, Michael; Johnson, Nathan; Vanderwerf, Eric. Population trends of Mariana Crow Corvus kubaryi on rota, commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Bird Conservation International. 15(2). JUN 05. 211-224.
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