Publications of SADABE or SADABE-facilitated Research at Tsinjoarivo:

12. Irwin MT, Junge RE, Raharison JL, Samonds KE. 2010. Variation in Physiological Health of Diademed Sifakas Across Intact and Fragmented Forest at Tsinjoarivo, Eastern Madagascar. American Journal of Primatology 72:1013-1025.

11. Blanco MB, Rahalinarivo V. 2010. First direct evidence of hibernation in an eastern dwarf lemur species (Cheirogaleus crossleyi) from the high-altitude forest of Tsinjoarivo, central-eastern Madagascar. Naturwissenschaften 97:945-950.

10. Groeneveld LF, Blanco MB, Raharison J-L, Rahalinarivo V, Rasoloarison RM, Kappeler PM, Godfrey LR, Irwin MT. 2010. MtDNA and nDNA corroborate existence of sympatric dwarf lemur species at Tsinjoarivo, eastern Madagascar. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55:833-845.

9. Blanco MB, Godfrey LR, Rakotondratsima M, Rahalinarivo V, Samonds KE, Raharison J-L, Irwin MT. 2009. Discovery of sympatric dwarf lemur species in the high-altitude rain forest of Tsinjoarivo, eastern Madagascar: Implications for biogeography and conservation. Folia Primatologica 80:1-17.

8. Irwin MT, Raharison J-L, Wright PC. 2009. Spatial and temporal variability in predation on rainforest primates: Do forest fragmentation and predation act synergistically? Animal Conservation 12:220-230.

7. Irwin MT. 2008. Diademed sifaka (Propithecus diadema) ranging and habitat use in continuous and fragmented forest: Higher density but lower viability in fragments? Biotropica 40:231-240.

6. Irwin MT. 2008. Feeding ecology of diademed sifakas (Propithecus diadema) in forest fragments and continuous forest. International Journal of Primatology 29:95-115.

5. Irwin MT, Raharison FJ-L, Rakotoarimanana H, Razanadrakoto E, Ranaivoson E, Rakotofanala J, Randrianarimanana C. 2007. Diademed sifakas (Propithecus diadema) use olfaction to forage for the inflorescences of subterranean parasitic plants (Balanophoraceae: Langsdorffia sp., and Cytinaceae: Cytinus sp.). American Journal of Primatology 69:471-476.

4. Irwin MT. 2007. Living in forest fragments reduces group cohesion in diademed sifakas (Propithecus diadema) in eastern Madagascar by reducing food patch size. American Journal of Primatology 69:434-447.

3. Godfrey LR, Irwin MT. 2007. The evolution of extinction risk: Past and present anthropogenic impacts on the primate communities of Madagascar. Folia Primatologica 78:405-419.

2. Irwin MT. 2006. Ecological impacts of forest fragmentation on diademed sifakas (Propithecus diadema) at Tsinjoarivo, eastern Madagascar: Implications for conservation in fragmented landscapes [Ph.D.]. Stony Brook, NY: Stony Brook University. 410 p.

1. Irwin MT, Ravelomanantsoa HV. 2004. Illegal rum production threatens health of lemur populations at Tsinjoarivo, eastern central Madagascar: brief report and request for information. Lemur News 9:16-17.

Other Publications based on Research at Tsinjoarivo:

6. Sommer JA, Barber RC, Huebinger RM, Grassi C, Williamson JE, Louis Jr. EE. 2002. Characterization of 14 microsatellite marker loci in the grey bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus). Molecular Ecology Notes 2:161-163.

5. Goodman SM, Rakotondravony D, Raherilalao MJ, Rakotomalala D, Raselimanana AP, Soarimalala V, Duplantier J-M, Duchemin J-B, Rafanomezantsoa J. 2000. Inventaire biologique de la forêt de Tsinjoarivo, Ambatolampy. Akon'ny Ala 27:18-27.

4. Goodman SM, Rakotondravony D, Soarimalala V, Duchemin J-B, Duplantier J-M. 2000. Syntopic occurrence of Hemicentetes semispinosus and H. nigriceps (Lipotyphla: Tenrecidae) on the central highlands of Madagascar. Mammalia 64:113-116.

3. Goodman SM, Schütz H. 1999. Observations of lemurs in the forest east of Tsinjoarivo, Ambatolampy. Lemur News 4:14-16.

2. Rakotondraparany F. 1997. Inventaire Faunistique de la Forêt Naturelle de Tsinjoarivo-Ambatolampy. Antananarivo: GTZ/PDFIV. 32 p.

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