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The development of forensic tools to aid in the conservation of one of Australia’s most illegally trafficked reptile, the shingleback lizard (Tiliqua rugosa)

Project Member(s): Ueland, M., Stuart, B., Frankham, G.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Ecological society of Australia (Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment)
Ecological society of Australia (Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment)

Start year: 2020


Brown, AO, Ueland, M, Stuart, BH & Frankham, GJ 2023, 'A forensically validated genetic toolkit for the species and lineage identification of the highly trafficked shingleback lizard (Tiliqua rugosa)', Forensic Science International: Genetics, vol. 62, pp. 102784-102784.
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Brown, AO, Frankham, GJ, Stuart, BH & Ueland, M 2021, 'Reptile volatilome profiling optimisation: A pathway towards forensic applications', Forensic Science International: Animals and Environments, vol. 1, pp. 100024-100024.
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FOR Codes: Analytical Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Forensic Biology, Expanding Knowledge in the Chemical Sciences, Animal Welfare, Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences