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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Attard, M. R. G., Wilson L. A. B., Worthy T. H., Scofield P., Johnston P., Parr W. C. H. and Wroe S. (Accepted pending minor revision, 22/10/ 2015, ID RSPB-2015-2043) Moa diet fits the bill: virtual reconstruction incorporating mummified remains and prediction of biomechanical performance in avian giants. Proceedings of Royal Society B.

Attard, M. R. G., Parr, W., Archer, M., Hand, S., Rogers, T. L. and Wroe, S. (2014) Virtual reconstruction, biomechanical modeling and the prediction of diet of the Australian mid Cenozoic thylacinid, Nimbacinus dicksoni (Thylacinidae, Marsupialia). PLOS ONE. 9 (4), e93088.

D’Anastasio, R., Wroe, S., Tuniz, C., Arensburge, B., Mancini, L., Cesana, D. T., Dreossi, D., Ravichandiran, M., Attard, M. R. G., Parr, W. Agur, A. (2013) Internal microstructure and microbiomechanical modelling of the Kebara 2 Neanderthal hyoid: implications for the evolution of speech. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082261

Attard, M. R. G., Chamoli, U., Ferrara, T., Rogers, T. L. and Wroe, S. (2011). Skull biomechanics and implications for feeding behaviour in a large marsupial carnivore guild: the thylacine, Tasmanian devil and spotted-tailed quoll. Journal of Zoology. 285: 292-300. [pdf]

Attard, M. R. G., Pitcher, B., Charrier, I., Ahonen, H. and Harcourt, R. (2010) Vocal discrimination in mate guarding male Australian sea lions: Familiarity breeds contempt. Ethology. 116 (8): 704-712. [pdf]

Selected Manuscripts in preparation

Attard, M. R. G., Wroe, S. and Rogers, T. L. (In prep) Who’s on the menu? Stable isotopes reveal the thylacine’s diet and potential for competition.

Attard, M. R. G., Slip, D., Wroe, S. and Rogers, T. L. (In prep) A tool to tell time: Using whiskers to monitor the ecology of Tasmanian devils.

Magazine Publications

Attard, M. R. G. and Wroe, S. (2012) “The thylacine myth” Australasian Science Magazine. (6): 19-22. [pdf] [online]

Attard M. R. G. (2012) “Unveiling the mysteries of the Tasmanian Tiger”. The conversation.