New Guinea Singing Dog Conservation Society: The Official Website

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Scientific Articles and Papers About New Guinea Singing Dogs

  • Bino, R. "Notes on Behavior of New Guinea Singing Dogs (Canis lupus dingo)." 1996. Science in New Guinea, 22 (1), pp. 43-47. Field study of NGSD.

  • Boessneck, V. J. and Ute Meyer-Lemppenau. "A Collection of Dog Skulls from Papua." Expedition to Mt. Bosavi in 1968. Schultz-Westram. In German with excerpts translated into English.

  • Brisbin, I. L., Jr., R. P. Coppinger, M. H. Feinstein and N. Austad. "Documentation of the Present Status of Captive Populations of the New Guinea Singing Dog." 1994. 38 pages.

  • Brisbin, I. L., Jr., R. P. Coppinger, M. H. Feinstein and S. N. Austad. "The New Guinea Singing Dog: Taxonomy, Captive Studies and Conservation Priorities." Science in New Guinea. 20:27-38. 1994.

  • Brisbin, I. L., Jr., Raymond P. Coppinger, D. H. Wurster-Hill, Marc Allard. "A Review of the Taxonomy, Current Status and Conservation Priorities For Hallstrom's Dog in Papua New Guinea." Abstract of paper given at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists held at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK. June 1989. Includes sonogram comparison of NGSD and domestic dog isolation calls. 2 pages.

  • Bulmer, S. 2001. "Lapita Dogs and Singing Dogs and the History of the Dog in New Guinea." Pp. 183-201. The Archaeology of Lapita Dispersal in Oceania: Papers from the Fourth Lapita Conference, June 2000, Canberra, Australia. G. R. Clark, A. J. Anderson, and T.Vunidilo, eds. Pandanus Books: Terra Australis 17 Canberra, Australia.

  • Koler-Matznick, J., I. L. Brisbin, Jr., and M. Feinstein. 2004. "An Ethogram of the New Guinea Singing Dog, Canis hallstromi." New Guinea Singing Dog Conservation Society: Central Point, Oregon, USA.

  • Koler-Matznick, J., I. L. Brisbin, Jr., M. Feinstein and S. Bulmer. 2003. "An Updated Description of the New Guinea Singing Dog (Canis hallstromi Troughton, 1957)." Journal of Zoology (London) 261: 109-118.

  • Koler-Matznick, J., I. L. Brisbin, Jr., and J. McIntyre. 2001. "The New Guinea Singing Dog: a Living Primitive Dog." Pp. 239-247 in Dogs Through Time: An Archaeological Perspective. Proceedings International Council for Archaeozoology Annual Meeting, Victoria, Canada, 1999 BAR International Series 889 ed. by S. J. Crockford. Archaeopress: Oxford.

  • Koler-Matznick, J., Stinner, M. 2010. "First Report of Captive New Guinea Dingo (Canis dingo hallstromi) Den-Digging and Parental Behavior." Zoo Biology 29:1-6 (2010). Published online in Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com).

  • Koler-Matznick, J., B. C. Yates, S. Bulmer, I. L. Brisbin, Jr., 2007. "The New Guinea Singing Dog: Its Status and Scientific Importance." Australian Mammalogy 29: 47-56

  • Longman, Heber A. "Notes On The Dingo, The Indian Wild Dog, and A Papuan Dog." Memoirs of the Qeensland Museum. 9:151-157 1928.

  • Savolainen, P., T. Leitner, A. Wilton, E. Matisoo-Smith, J. Lundenberg. 2004. "A Detailed Picture of the Origin of the Australian Dingo, Obtained from the Study of Mitochondrial DNA." Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 101: 12387-12390.

  • Schultz, Wolfhart. "On Hallstrom's Dog (Canis hallstromi, Troughtom 1957)." Zoologischer * Anzeiger. Vol. 183 (1/2): 47-72. 1969. Data from the German colony. Translation provided by Dr. I.L. Brisbin. Jr.

  • Simonsen, V. 1976. "Electrophoretic Studies on the Blood Proteins of Domestic Dogs and Other Canidae." Hereditas 82: 7-28.

  • Troughton, E. 1957. "A New Native Dog from the Papuan Highlands." Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society, New South Wales 1955-1956: 93-94.

  • Troughton, Ellis. "The Early History And Relationships of the New Guinea Highland Dog (Canis hallstromi)." Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales. Vol. 96 (2): 93-98. 1971.

  • Voth, lmke. "Social Behavior of New Guinea Dingoes (Canis lupus familiaris): Expressive Behavior, Social Organization and Rank Relationships." Dissertation for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany. 1988. Many photos of colony at Neumunster Zoo. 126 pages. Cost: $1 0.00. First class postage $3.00. Translation made available courtesy of Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, Jr.

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