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Indirect surveillance methods, such as remote cameras and acoustic monitoring, are increasingly used in ecological surveys. The time to deploy these devices includes initial setup, possible maintenance, retrieval and then a potentially large investment in the processing of the collected data. Thus, costs will increase with both the number of sites...
How to manage hybridization and introgression in wild animals is controversial. Wildlife managers and researchers may often rely upon phenotypic variables such as coat colour to inform on ground management decisions. In Australia, dingoes are typically believed to be ginger in colour, and unusual coat colours such as brin-dle or sable are widely po...