Brown Treesnake Publications

Brown Treesnake Publications

   
 

2016

Siers, S.R., R.N. Reed, and J.A. Savidge. 2016. To cross or not to cross: modeling wildlife road crossings as a binary response variable with contextual predictors. Ecosphere 7(5):e01292  

Kimball, B.A., S.A. Stelting, T.W. McAuliffe, R.S. Stahl, R.A. Garcia, and W.C. Pitt. 2016. Development of artificial bait for brown treesnake suppression. Biological Invasions 18:359-369.  doi: 10.1007/s10530-015-1031-z  

2015

Kraus, F., R. Stahl, and W. Pitt. 2015. Thermal fumigation provides a simple and effective solution for sanitizing cargo from invasive snakes. Journal of Pest Science 88(3):331-341.  doi: 10.1007/s10340-014-0627-x

Kraus, F., R. Stahl, and W. Pitt. 2015. Chemical repellents appear non-useful for eliciting exit of brown tree snakes from cargo. International Journal of Pest Management 61(2):144-152. doi: 10.1080/09670874.2015.1023870

2013

Mathies, T., B. Levine, R. Engeman, and J.A. Savidge. 2013. Pheromonal control of the invasive brown treesnake: potency of female sexual attractiveness pheromone varies with ovarian state. International Journal of Pest Management, 59:2, 141-149. doi: 10.1080/09670874.2013.784374

2012

Clark, L., P. J. Savarie, J. A. Shivik, S. W. Breck, and B. S. Dorr. 2012. Efficacy, effort, and cost comparisons of trapping and acetaminophen-baiting for control of brown treesnakes on Guam. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6:222-236.

Clark, L. and P. J. Savarie. 2012. Efficacy of aerial broadcast baiting in reducing brown treesnake numbers. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6(2):212-221.

Mathies, T., W.C. Pitt, and J.A. Rabon. 2012. Boiga Irregularis (brown treesnake). Diet. Herpetological Review 43(1): 143-144.

2011

11-MATHIES, T., R. SCARPINO, B. A. LEVINE, C. CLARK, AND J. A. SAVIDGE. 2011. Excluding nontarget species from brown tree snake, Boiga irregularis (Reptilia: Colubridae), bait stations: experimental tests of station design and placement. Pacific Science 65:41-57. 566K

2010

10-MATHIES, T., J. A. CRUZ, V. A. LANCE, AND J. A. SAVIDGE. 2010. Reproductive biology of the male brown treesnakes ( Boiga irregularis) on Guam. Journal of Herpetology 44:209-221. 1553K

2009

09-VICE, D. S., R. M. ENGEMAN, M. A. HALL, AND C. S. CLARK. 2009. Working dogs: the last line of defense for preventing dispersal of brown treesnakes from Guam. Pages 195-204 in W. S. Helton ,editor. Canine ergonomics: the science of working dogs. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 645K

2007

07-SAVARIE, P. J., T. C. MATHIES, AND K. A. FAGERSTONE. 2007. Flotation materials for aerial delivery of acetaminophen toxic baits to brown treesnakes. Pages 218-223 in G. W. Witmer, W. C. Pitt, and K. A. Fagerstone, editors. Managing invasive vertebrate species: proceedings of an international symposium. USDA/APHIS/National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. 47K

2006

06-TEMBY, I. D., AND R. M. ENGEMAN. 2006. A test of targeted and passive capture of Australian elapids with a brown tree snake trap. Journal for Nature Conservation 14:127-128. 118K

2005

05-75 SAVARIE, P. J., S. WOOD, G. RODDA, R. L. BRUGGERS, AND R. M. ENGEMAN. 2005. Effectiveness of methyl bromide as a cargo fumigant for brown treesnakes. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 56:40-44. 191K

05-92 VICE, D. L., R. M. ENGEMAN, AND D. L. VICE. 2005. A comparison of three trap designs for capturing brown treesnakes on Guam. Wildlife Research 32:355-359. 147K

2004

04-8 AVERY, M. L., E. A. TILLMAN, AND P. J. SAVARIE. 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 16:1-6. 310K

04-22 ENGEMAN, R. M., AND M. A. LINNELL. 2004. The effect of trap spacing on the capture of brown tree snakes on Guam. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 54:265-267. 176K

04-62 MATHIES, T., E. A. FRANKLIN, AND L. A. MILLER. 2004. Proximate cues for ovarian recrudescence and ovulation in the brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis) under laboratory conditions. Herpetological Review 35(1):46-49. 402K

04-74 PRIMUS, T. M., D. J. KOHLER, C. A. FURCOLOW, M. J. GOODALL, J. J. JOHNSTON, AND P. J. SAVARIE. 2004. Determination of acetaminophen residues in whole body brown treesnakes. Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies 27(5):897-909. 370K

04-80 SAVARIE, P. J. AND K. L. TOPE. 2004. Potential flotation devices for aerial delivery of baits to brown treesnakes. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:27-30. 300K

2003

03-33 ENGEMAN, R. M., N. P. GRONINGER, AND D. S. VICE. 2003. A general model for predicting brown tree snake capture rates. Environmetrics 14:295-305. 418K

03-59 MATHIES, T., AND L. A. MILLER. 2003. Cool temperatures elicit reproduction in a biologically invasive predator, the brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis). Zoo Biology 22:227-238. 487K

2002

02-20 CLARK, L., AND J. SHIVIK. 2002. Aerosolized essential oils and individual natural product comounds in brown treesnake repellents. Pest Management Science 58:775-783. 560K

02-38 ENGEMAN, R. M., D. S. VICE, D. YORK, AND K. S. GRUVER. 2002. Sustained evaluation of the effectiveness of detector dogs for locating brown tree snakes in cargo outbound from Guam. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 49:101-106. 456K

02-58 JOHNSTON, J. J., P. J. SAVARIE, T. M. PRIMUS, J. D. EISEMANN, J. C. HURLEY, AND D. J. KOHLER. 2002. 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 36:3827-3833. 549K

02-96 SHIVIK, J. A., P. J. SAVARIE, AND L. CLARK. 2002. Aerial delivery of baits to brown treesnakes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:1062-1067. 448K

Full text of all publications: 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998

2001

01-14 ENGEMAN, R. M., AND D. S. VICE. 2001. A direct comparison of trapping and spotlight searches for capturing brown tree snakes on Guam. Pacific Conservation Biology 7:4-8. 469K

01-92 ENGEMAN, R. M., AND D. S. VICE. 2001. Objectives and integrated approaches for the control of brown tree snakes. Integrated Pest Management Reviews 6:59-76 1,133K

01-15 ENGEMAN, R. M., AND D. S. VICE. 2001. Standardizing the evaluation of brown tree snake trap designs. Integrated Pest Management Reviews 5 (2000):205-212. 432K

01-34 JOHNSTON, J. J., R. E. MAULDIN, P. J. SAVARIE, J. E. BROOKS, AND T. M. PRIMUS. 2001. Ecotoxicological risks of potential toxicants for brown tree snake control on Guam. Pages 212-224 in John J. Johnston, editor. Pesticides and wildlife. American Chemical Society Symposium Series 771. American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. 316K

01-35 JOJOLA-ELVERUM, S. M., J. A. SHIVIK , AND L. CLARK. 2001. Importance of bacterial decomposition and carrion substrate to foraging brown treesnakes. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27:1315-1331. 608K

01-50 MATHIES, T., T. A. FELIX, AND V. A. LANCE. 2001. Effects of trapping and subsequent short-term confinement stress on plasma corticosterone in the brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis) on Guam. General and Comparative Endocrinology 124:106-114. 425K

01-68 SAVARIE, P. J., J. A. SHIVIK, G. C. WHITE, J. C. HURLEY, AND L. CLARK. 2001. Use of acetaminophen for large-scale control of brown treesnakes. Journal of Wildlife Management 65:356-365. 1,052K

2000

00-17 ENGEMAN, R. M., D. S. VICE, G. NELSON, AND E. MUNA. 2000. Brown tree snakes effectively removed from a large plot of land on Guam by perimeter trapping. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 45:139-142. 582K

00-38 LINDBERG, A. C., J. A. SHIVIK, AND L. CLARK. 2000. Mechanical mouse lure for brown tree snakes. Copeia 2000 (3):886-888. 359K

00-43 MAULDIN, R. E., C. A. FURCOLOW, J. J. JOHNSTON, AND B. A. KIMBALL. 2000. Determination of whole-body rotenone residues in the brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2240-2243. 764K

00-66 SAVARIE, P. J., D. L. YORK, J. C. HURLEY, AND S. VOLZ. 2000. Testing the dermal and oral toxicity of selected chemicals to brown treesnakes. Proceedings: Vertebrate Pest Conference 19:139-145. 1,708K

00-70 SHIVIK, J. A., J. B. BOURASSA, AND S. N. DONNIGAN. 2000. Elicitation of brown tree snake predatory behavior using polymodal stimuli. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:969-975. 812K

00-73 SHIVIK, J. A., W. G. WRIGHT, AND L. CLARK. 2000. Seasonal variability in brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis) response to lures. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78(1):79-84. 1,017K

1999

99-9 CAMPBELL III, E. W. 1999. Barriers to movements of the brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis). Pages 306-312 in Gordon H. Rodda, Yoshio Sawai, David Chiszar, and Hiroshi Tanaka, editors. Problem snake management : the habu and the brown treesnake . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 534p. 490K

99-10 CAMPBELL III, E. W., G. H. RODDA, T. H. FRITTS, AND R. L. BRUGGERS. 1999. An integrated management plan for the brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis) on Pacific Islands. Pages 423-435 in Gordon H. Rodda, Yoshio Sawai, David Chiszar, and Hiroshi Tanaka, editors. Problem snake management : the habu and the brown treesnake . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 1,148K

99-20 ENGEMAN, R. M., M. A. LINNELL, P. AGUON, A. MANIBUSAN, S. SAYAMA, AND A. TECHAIRA. 1999. Implications of brown tree snake captures from fences. Wildlife research 26:111-116. 689K

99-31 JOHNSTON, J. J., C. A. FURCOLOW, S. A. VOLZ, R. E. MAULDIN, T. M. PRIMUS, P. J. SAVARIE, AND J. E. BROOKS. 1999. Quantitation of pyrethrum residues in brown tree snakes. Journal of Chromatographic Science 37:5-10. 819K

99-45 MAULDIN, R. E., AND R. M. ENGEMAN. 1999. A novel snake restraint device. Herpetological review 30(3):158. 216K

99-53 RODDA, G. H., T. H. FRITTS, AND E. W. CAMPBELL III. 1999. The feasibility of controlling the brown treesnake in small plots. Pages 469-477 in Gordon H. Rodda, Yoshio Sawai, David Chizar, and Hiroshi Tanaka, editors. Problem snake management : the habu and the brown treesnake. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 775K

99-54 RODDA, G. H., T. H. FRITTS, M. J. MCCOID, AND E. W. CAMPBELL III. 1999. An overview of the biology of the Brown Treesnake (Boiga irregularis), a costly introduced pest on Pacific Islands. Pages 44-80 in Gordon H. Rodda, Yoshio Sawai, David Chiszar, and Hiroshi Tanaka, editors. Problem snake management : the habu and the brown treesnake . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York 3,033K

99-55 RODDA, G. H., M. J. MCCOID, T. H. FRITTS, AND E. W. CAMPBELL III. 1999. Population trends and limiting factors in Boiga irregularis. Pages 236-253 in Gordon H. Rodda, Yoshio Sawai, David Chiszar, and Hiroshi Tanaka, editors. Problem snake management : the habu and the brown treesnake . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 1,332K

99-58 SAVARIE, P. J., AND R. L. BRUGGERS. 1999. Candidate repellents, oral and dermal toxicants, and fumigants for Brown Treesnake control. Pages 417-422 in Gordon H. Rodda, Yoshio Sawai, David Chiszar, and Hiroshi Tanaka, editors. Problem snake management : the habu and the brown treesnake . Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 528K

99-61 SHIVIK, J. A., AND L. CLARK. 1999. The development of chemosensory attractants for brown tree snakes. Pages 649-654 in Johnston et al., editors. Advances in chemical signals in vertebrates. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York. 629K

99-62 SHIVIK, J. A., AND L. CLARK. 1999. Ontogenetic shifts in carrion attractiveness to brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). Journal of Herpetology 33(2):334-336. 376K

99-68 TOBIN, M. E., R. T. SUGIHARA, P. A. POCHOP, AND M. A. LINNELL. 1999. Nightly and seasonal movements of Boiga irregularis on Guam. Journal of Herpetology 33:281-291. 1,503K

1998

98-107 BROOKS, J. E., SAVARIE P. J., AND R. L. BRUGGERS. 1998. The toxicity of commerical insecticide aerosol formulations to brown tree snakes. Snake 28:23-27. 669K

98-12 BROOKS, J. E., P. J. SAVARIE, AND J. J. JOHNSTON. 1998. The oral and dermal toxicity of selected chemicals to brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). Wildlife Research 25:427-435. 1,671K

98-106 BROOKS, J. E., SAVARIE P. J., JOHNSTON J. J., AND R. L. BRUGGERS. 1998. Toxicity of pyrethrin/pyrethroid fogger products to brown tree snakes, Boiga irregularis, in cargo containers. Snake 28:33-36. 570K

98-104 ENGEMAN, R. M. 1998. An easy capture method for brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). Snake 28:101-102.174K

98-37 ENGEMAN, R. M., AND M. A. LINNELL. 1998. Trapping strategies for deterring the spread of Brown Tree Snakes from Guam. Pacific Conservation Biology 4:348-53. 887K

98-38 ENGEMAN, R. M., M. A. LINNELL, P. A. POCHOP, AND J. GAMBOA. 1998. Substantial reductions of brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis) populations in blocks of land through operational trapping. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 42:167-171. 634K

98-39 ENGEMAN, R. M., M. A. LINNELL, D. S. VICE, AND M. E. PITZLER. 1998. Efficacy of the methods used in an integrated program to deter the dispersal of brown tree snakes from Guam. Pages 435-440 in Pickles, G., Editor. 11th Australian Vertebrate Pest Conference Proceedings (May 3-8, 1998, Bunbury, Western Australia). Agriculture Western Australia, Forrestfield, Western Australia. 850K

98-40 ENGEMAN, R. M., D. V. RODRIGUEZ, M. A. LINNELL, AND M. E. PITZLER. 1998. A review of the case histories of the brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis) located by detector dogs on Guam . International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 42(2-3):161-165. 595K

98-103 ENGEMAN, R. M., S. SAYAMA, AND M. A. LINELL. 1998. Operational utility of perimeter trapping for removing brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis) from a defined area. Snake 28:19-22. 574K

98-43 ENGEMAN, R. M., D. S. VICE, D. V. RODRIGUEZ, K. S. GRUVER, W. S. SANTOS, AND M. E. PITZLER. 1998. Effectiveness of the detector dogs used for deterring the dispersal of brown tree snakes. Pacific Conservation Biology 4:256-60. 852K

98-105 LINELL, M. A., R. M. ENGEMAN, M. E. PITZLER, M. O. WATTEN, G. F. WHITEHEAD, AND R. C. MILLER. 1998. An evaluation of two designs of stamped metal trap flaps for use in operational trapping of brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). Snake 28:14-18. 771K

98-76 PERRY, G., E. W. CAMPBELL III, G. H. RODDA, AND T. H. FRITTS. 1998. Managing island biotas: brown tree snake control using barrier technology. Pages 138-143 in R. O. Barker, and A. C. Crabb, editors. Eighteenth Vertebrate Pest Conference (March 2-5, 1998, Costa Mesa, CA). University of California at Davis, Davis, California. 862K

98-80 PRIMUS, T. M., J. N. TAWARA, M. J. GOODALL, J. E. BROOKS, P. J. SAVARIE, AND J. J. JOHNSTON. 1998. Determination of propoxur residues in whole body brown tree snakes. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 46(7):2647-2650. 632K

98-81 RODDA, G. H., T. H. FRITTS, G. PERRY, AND E. W. CAMPBELL III. 1998. Managing island biotas: can indigenous species be protected from introduced predators such as the brown treesnake? Pages 95-108 in K. G. Wadsworth, editor. North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference (March 20-24, 1998, Orlando, Florida). Wildlife Management Institute, Washington, D.C. 1,412K

98-82 SHIVIK, J. A. 1998. Brown tree snake response to visual and olfactory cues. Journal of Wildlife Management 62:105-111. 979K

1997

97-14 CLARK, L. 1997. Responsiveness of brown tree snakes to odors. Pages 129-137 in Mason, J. R., Repellents in wildlife management. (August 8-10, 1995, Denver, CO). Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

97-48 LINNELL, M. A., D. V. RODRIGUEZ, R. E. MAULDIN, AND R. M. ENGEMAN. 1997. Boiga irregularis (brown tree snake). Incubation and Diet. Herpetological Review 28(3):153.

97-74 SHIVIK, J. A., AND L. CLARK. 1997. Carrion seeking in brown tree snakes: importance of olfactory and visual cues. Journal of Experimental Zoology 279:549-53.

1996

97-26 ENGEMAN, R. M., RODDA, G.H., D. V. RODRIGUEZ, AND M. A. LINNELL. 1996. Brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis) cannibalism. Snake 27:149-152.

 


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