Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis)

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Northern Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis simensis) NOMINATE SUBSPECIES(Rüppell, 1840)
Southern Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis citernii) – (de Beaux, 1922)

Bale Mountains National Park (Ethiopia) / የባሌ ተራራዎች ብሔራዊ ፓርክ (ኢትዮጵያ)

Simien Mountains National Park (Ethiopia) ሲንያን ተራራዎች ብሔራዊ ፓርክ (ኢትዮጵያ)

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[PDF] Does livestock predation reflect in negative local perceptions of Ethiopian wolves in South Wollo?
G ESHETE, C SILLERO-ZUBIRI, E CIERAAD… – Tropical Ecology, 2018

Going to the dogs: free-ranging domestic dogs threaten an endangered wild canid through competitive interactions; LR Perry, J Marino, C Sillero – 2018

An analysis of long‐term trends in the abundance of domestic livestock and free‐roaming dogs in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Vial F, Sillero‐Zubiri C, Marino J, Haydon DT, Macdonald DW. African Journal of Ecology. 2011 Mar

Competition between domestic dogs and Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis) in the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Atickem A, Bekele A, Williams SD. African Journal of Ecology. 2010 Jun

Conservation science for common ground: developing the necessary tools to manage livestock grazing pressure in Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia (Doctoral dissertation, University of Glasgow) Vial, F., 2010.

Atickem A, Williams S, Bekele A, Thirgood S. Livestock predation in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. Atickem A, Williams S, Bekele A, Thirgood S. African Journal of Ecology. 2010 Dec

Human-Ethiopian wolf conflict in and around the Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. Yihune M, Bekele A, Ashenafi ZT. Int J Ecol Environ Sci. 2008

Behaviour and ecology of the Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis) in a human-dominated landscape outside protected areas. Ashenafi ZT, Coulson T, Sillero-Zubiri C, Leader-Williams N. InAnimal Conservation forum 2005 May

Threatened Ethiopian wolves persist in small isolated Afroalpine enclaves. Marino J. Oryx. 2003 Jan

Impact of livestock and settlement on the large mammalian wildlife of Bale Mountains National Park, southern Ethiopia. Stephens PA, d’Sa CA, Sillero-Zubiri C, Leader-Williams N. Biological Conservation. 2001 Aug

Disease as a threat to endangered species: Ethiopian wolves, domestic dogs and canine pathogens. Laurenson K, Sillero-Zubiri C, Thompson H, Shiferaw F, Thirgood S, Malcolm J. InAnimal Conservation forum 1998 Nov

Rabies virus in the decomposed brain of an Ethiopian wolf detected by nested reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction. Whitby JE, Johnstone P, Sillero-Zubiri C. Journal of wildlife diseases. 1997 Oct;

Rabies and mortality in Ethiopian wolves (Canis simensis). Sillero-Zubiri C, King AA, Macdonald DW. Journal of wildlife diseases. 1996 Jan

Diet and feeding behavior of Ethiopian wolves (Canis simensis). Sillero-Zubiri C, Gottelli D. Journal of Mammalogy. 1995 May

Bale Mountains rodent communities and their relevance to the Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis). SILLERO‐ZUBIRI CL, TATTERSALL FH, MACDONALD DW. African Journal of Ecology. 1995 Dec

Molecular genetics of the most endangered canid: the Ethiopian wolf Canis simensis. Gottelli D, SILLERO‐ZUBIRI C, Applebaum GD, Roy MS, Girman DJ, GARCIA‐MORENO J, Ostrander EA, Wayne RK. Molecular Ecology. 1994 Aug

The Ethiopian wolf–an endangered endemic canid.. Gottelli D, Sillero-Zubiri C. Oryx 1992 Oct

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