Bibliography:Sus scrofa

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Publication list for Sus scrofa sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (39)

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control - general (58)

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health/environmental effects of pesticides (3)

Wildlife Research (2011) 38, 370-379
Andrew J. Bengsen, Luke K.-P. Leung, Steven J. Lapidge and Iain J. Gordon (2011)
Target-specificity of feral pig baits under different conditions in a tropical rainforest

Wildlife Research (2006) 33, 651-660
Brendan D. Cowled, Steven J. Lapidge, Michelle Smith and Linton Staples (2006)
Attractiveness of a novel omnivore bait, PIGOUT®, to feral pigs (Sus scrofa) and assessment of risks of bait uptake by non-target species

Wildlife Research (2005) 32, 281-296
Laurie E. Twigg, Tim Lowe, Gary Martin and Michael Everett (2005)
Feral pigs in north-western Australia: basic biology, bait consumption, and the efficacy of 1080 baits

thresholds/decision-support systems (1)

International Journal of Pest Management (2012) 58, 65-71
Masayuki Saito, Hiroshi Momose, Tosaku Mihira and Seiji Uematsu (2012)
Predicting the risk of wild boar damage to rice paddies using presence-only data in Chiba Prefecture, Japan

damage/losses/economics (36)

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environment - cropping system/rotation (48)

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population dynamics/ epidemiology (25)

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surveys/sampling/distribution (26)

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pheromones/attractants/traps (4)

Pest Management Science (2018) 74, 422-429
Francesco Ferretti, Julia Coats, Dave P. Cowan, Stéphane Pietravalle and Giovanna Massei (2018)
Seasonal variation in effectiveness of the boar-operated system to deliver baits to wild boar

European Journal of Wildlife Research (2017) 63 (6 - 86)
Michael J. Lavelle, Nathan P. Snow, Justin W. Fischer, Joe M. Halseth, Eric H. VanNatta and Kurt C. VerCauteren (2017)
Attractants for wild pigs: current use, availability, needs, and future potential

Wildlife Research (2006) 33, 651-660
Brendan D. Cowled, Steven J. Lapidge, Michelle Smith and Linton Staples (2006)
Attractiveness of a novel omnivore bait, PIGOUT®, to feral pigs (Sus scrofa) and assessment of risks of bait uptake by non-target species

Wildlife Research (2005) 32, 605-608
J.C. McIlroy and E.J. Gifford (2005)
Are oestrous feral pigs, Sus scrofa, useful as trapping lures?

transmission/dispersal of plant diseases (2)

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 765-774
Andrew Yufa Li, Nari Williams, Stanley G. Fenwick, Giles E. St. J. Hardy and Peter J. Adams (2014)
Potential for dissemination of Phytophthora cinnamomi by feral pigs via ingestion of infected plant material

Austral Ecology (2013) 38, 534-542
Cheryl R. Krull, Nick W. Waipara, David Choquenot, Bruce R. Burns, Andrew M. Gormley and Margaret C. Stanley (2013)
Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: Feral pigs as vectors of soil-borne pathogens

molecular biology - genes (8)

Molecular Ecology (2020) 29, 1103-1119
Timothy J. Smyser, Michael A. Tabak, Chris Slootmaker, Michael S. Robeson, Ryan S. Miller, Mirte Bosse, Hendrik-Jan Megens, Martien A.M. Groenen, Samuel Rezende Paiva, Danielle Assis de Faria, Harvey D. Blackburn, Brandon S. Schmit and Antoinette J. Piaggio (2020)
Mixed ancestry from wild and domestic lineages contributes to the rapid expansion of invasive feral swine

European Journal of Wildlife Research (2016) 62, 167-177
Nikica Sprem, Toni Safner, Tomislav Treer, Tihomir Florijancic, Julija Juric, Vlatka CubricCurik, Alain C. Frantz and Ino Curik (2016)
Are the dinaric mountains a boundary between continental and Mediterranean wild boar populations in Croatia?

Molecular Ecology (2015) 24, 2364-2378
E. Bianco, H.W. Soto, L. Vargas and M. Pérez-Enciso (2015)
The chimerical genome of Isla del Coco feral pigs (Costa Rica), an isolated population since 1793 but with remarkable levels of diversity

PLoS ONE (2014) 9 (3 - e91657)
Jobina Lopez, David Hurwood, Bart Dryden and Susan Fuller (2014)
Feral pig populations are structured at fine spatial scales in tropical Queensland, Australia

PLoS ONE (2013) 8 (2 - e55891)
Arianna Manunza, Ali Zidi, Seryozha Yeghoyan, Valentin Adrian Balteanu, Teodora Crina Carsai, Oleg Scherbakov, Oscar Ramírez, Shahin Eghbalsaied, Anna Castelló, Anna Mercadé and Marcel Amills (2013)
A high throughput genotyping approach reveals distinctive autosomal genetic signatures for European and Near Eastern wild boar

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2013) 110, 104-115
Alain C. Frantz, Frank E. Zachos, Julia Kirschning, Sandra Cellina, Sabine Bertouille, Zissis Mamuris, Evagelia A. Koutsogiannouli and Terry Burke (2013)
Genetic evidence for introgression between domestic pigs and wild boars (Sus scrofa) in Belgium and Luxembourg: a comparative approach with multiple marker systems

European Journal of Wildlife Research (2012) 58, 621-628
K. Kolodziej, K. Theissinger, J. Brün, H.K. Schulz and R. Schulz (2012)
Determination of the minimum number of microsatellite markers for individual genotyping in wild boar (Sus scrofa) using a test with close relatives

Genetics and Molecular Biology (2011) 34, 329-337
Graciela García, Julia Vergara and Raúl Lombardi (2011)
Genetic characterization and phylogeography of the wild boar Sus scrofa introduced into Uruguay

review (2)

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2283-2300
M. Noelia Barrios-Garcia and Sebastian A. Ballari (2012)
Impact of wild boar (Sus scrofa) in its introduced and native range: a review

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 2279-2290
Rafael Borroto-Páez (2009)
Invasive mammals in Cuba: an overview