|Chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis has nonamphibian hosts and releases chemicals that cause pathology in the absence of infection|
TA McMahon, LA Brannelly, MWH Chatfield, PTJ Johnson, MB Joseph, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (1), 210-215, 2013
|Susceptibility of amphibians to chytridiomycosis is associated with MHC class II conformation|
A Bataille, SD Cashins, L Grogan, LF Skerratt, D Hunter, M McFadden, ...
Proc. R. Soc. B 282 (1805), 20143127, 2015
|Clinical trials with itraconazole as a treatment for chytrid fungal infections in amphibians|
LA Brannelly, CL Richards-Zawacki, AP Pessier
Diseases of aquatic organisms 101 (2), 95-104, 2012
|Low impact of chytridiomycosis on frog recruitment enables persistence in refuges despite high adult mortality|
BC Scheele, DA Hunter, LF Skerratt, LA Brannelly, DA Driscoll
Biological Conservation 182, 36-43, 2015
|After the epidemic: ongoing declines, stabilizations and recoveries in amphibians afflicted by chytridiomycosis|
BC Scheele, LF Skerratt, LF Grogan, DA Hunter, N Clemann, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 37-46, 2017
|Priorities for management of chytridiomycosis in Australia: saving frogs from extinction|
LF Skerratt, L Berger, N Clemann, DA Hunter, G Marantelli, DA Newell, ...
Wildlife Research 43 (2), 105-120, 2016
|Chytrid infection and post‐release fitness in the reintroduction of an endangered alpine tree frog|
LA Brannelly, DA Hunter, LF Skerratt, BC Scheele, D Lenger, ...
Animal Conservation 19 (2), 153-162, 2016
|Fitness consequences of infection by Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in northern leopard frogs (Lithobates pipiens)|
MWH Chatfield, LA Brannelly, MJ Robak, L Freeborn, SP Lailvaux, ...
EcoHealth 10 (1), 90-98, 2013
|Field and laboratory studies of the susceptibility of the green treefrog (Hyla cinerea) to Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection|
LA Brannelly, MWH Chatfield, CL Richards-Zawacki
PLoS One 7 (6), e38473, 2012
|Reservoir‐host amplification of disease impact in an endangered amphibian|
BC Scheele, DA Hunter, LA Brannelly, LF Skerratt, DA Driscoll
Conservation biology 31 (3), 592-600, 2017
|Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in natural and farmed Louisiana crayfish populations: prevalence and implications|
LA Brannelly, TA McMahon, M Hinton, D Lenger, CL Richards-Zawacki
Diseases of aquatic organisms 112 (3), 229-235, 2015
|Dynamics of chytridiomycosis during the breeding season in an Australian alpine amphibian|
LA Brannelly, DA Hunter, D Lenger, BC Scheele, LF Skerratt, L Berger
PLoS One 10 (12), e0143629, 2015
|Amphibians with infectious disease increase their reproductive effort: evidence for the terminal investment hypothesis|
LA Brannelly, R Webb, LF Skerratt, L Berger
Open biology 6 (6), 150251, 2016
|Treatment trial of clinically ill corroboree frogs with chytridiomycosis with two triazole antifungals and electrolyte therapy|
LA Brannelly, LF Skerratt, L Berger
Veterinary research communications 39 (3), 179-187, 2015
|Comparison of three widely used marking techniques for adult anuran species Litoria verreauxii alpina|
LA Brannelly, L Berger, LF Skerratt
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 9 (2), 428-435, 2014
|Effects of chytridiomycosis on hematopoietic tissue in the spleen, kidney and bone marrow in three diverse amphibian species|
LA Brannelly, RJ Webb, LF Skerratt, L Berger
Pathogens and disease 74 (7), 2016
|Visual implant elastomer (VIE) tags are an unreliable method of identification in adult anurans|
LA Brannelly, MWH Chatfield, C Richards-Zawacki
|Low humidity is a failed treatment option for chytridiomycosis in the critically endangered southern corroboree frog|
LA Brannelly, L Berger, G Marrantelli, LF Skerratt
Wildlife Research 42 (1), 44-49, 2015
|Reduced itraconazole concentration and durations are successful in treating Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection in amphibians|
Journal of visualized experiments: JoVE, 2014
|Non‐declining amphibians can be important reservoir hosts for amphibian chytrid fungus|
LA Brannelly, RJ Webb, DA Hunter, N Clemann, K Howard, LF Skerratt, ...
Animal Conservation 21 (2), 91-101, 2018