30 Apr
  1. Dellinger, Justin & Basto, Ana & Vickers, Winston & Wilmers, Christopher & Sikich, Jeffrey & Riley, Seth & Gammons, Daniel & Martins, Quinton & Wittmer, Heiko & Garcelon, David & Allen, Max & Cristescu, Bogdan & Clifford, Deana. (2023). Evaluation of the effects of multiple capture methods and immobilization drugs on mountain lion welfare. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 47. 10.1002/wsb.1494.
  2. Daniel M Parker, Vilis O Nams, Guy A Balme, Colleen Begg, Keith Begg, ...Quinton E Martins, et.al., The implications of large home range size in a solitary felid, the Leopard (Panthera pardus), Journal of Mammalogy, 2023; gyad074, https://doi.org/10.1093/jmammal/gyad074
  3. Jansen, C.,  Leslie, A. J.,  Cristescu, B.,  Teichman, K. J., &  Martins, Q. E. (2023).  Leopards living at the farmland-protected area interface prefer wild prey but consume high biomass of livestock. African Journal of Ecology,  00,  1– 7. https://doi.org/10.1111/aje.13165
  4. Benson JF, Dougherty KD, Beier P, Boyce WM, Cristescu B, Gammons DJ, Garcelon DK, Higley JM, Martins QE, Nisi AC, Riley SPD, Sikich JA, Stephenson TR, Vickers TW, Wengert GM, Wilmers CC, Wittmer HU, Dellinger JA. (2023). The ecology of human-caused mortality for a protected large carnivore. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2023 Mar 28;120(13):e2220030120.  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36940341/
  5. Nams, V.O., Parker, D.M., Martins, Q.E., et.al. (2023), Spatial patterns of large African cats: a large-scale study on density, home range size, and home range overlap of lions Panthera leo and leopards Panthera pardus. Mam Rev, 53: 49-64. https://doi.org/10.1111/mam.12309
  6. Carolyn E. Dunford, Quinton E. Martins, Gareth K.H. Mann, J. Andrew Spalton, Hadi Al Hikmani, Nathaniel P. Robinson, Ahmed Almalki, Emma Gallacher, Guy A. Balme, Hugh S. Robinson (2022). Modelling potential habitat suitability for critically endangered Arabian leopards (Panthera pardus nimr) across their historical range in Saudi Arabia.Journal for Nature Conservation, Volume 68,126233, ISSN 1617-1381, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2022.126233
  7. Amin, R., Wilkinson, A., Williams, K. S., Martins, Q. E., & Hayward, J. (2022). Assessing the status of leopard in the Cape Fold Mountains using a Bayesian spatial capture–recapture model in Just Another Gibbs Sampler. African Journal of Ecology, 60, 299– 307. https://doi.org/10.1111/aje.12944
  8. Dellinger, J. A., Cristescu, B., Ewanyk, J., Gammons, D. J., Garcelon, D., Johnston, P., Martins, Q., Thompson, C., Vickers, T. W., Wilmers, C. C., Wittmer, H. U. Torres, S. G. (2019). Using Mountain Lion Habitat Selection in Management. The Journal of Wildlife Management 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.21798
  9. Jansen, C., Leslie, A.J., Cristescu, B., Teichman, K.J. and Martins, Q. (2019), Determining the diet of an African mesocarnivore, the caracal: scat or GPS cluster analysis?. Wildlife Biology, 2019: 1-8 wlb.00579. https://doi.org/10.2981/wlb.00579
  10. Davis, C. L., Rich, L. , Farris, Z. J., Kelly, M. J., Di Bitetti, M. S., Blanco, Y. D., Albanesi, S. , Farhadinia, M. , Gholikhani, N. , Hamel, S. , Harmsen, B. J., Wultsch, C. , Kane, M. D., Martins, Q. , Murphy, A. J., Steenweg, R. , Sunarto, S. , Taktehrani, A. , Thapa, K. , Tucker, J. M., Whittington, J. , Widodo, F. A., Yoccoz, N. G., Miller, D. A. and Davies, J. (2018). Ecological correlates of the spatial co‐occurrence of sympatric mammalian carnivores worldwide. Ecol Lett, 21: 1401-1412. doi:10.1111/ele.13124 https://www.scopus.com/record/display.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85050334114&origin=inward&txGid=7219f0528b30baf79a18bd3548991075
  11. Rich LN, Davis CL, Farris ZJ, Martins, Q., et al. (2017). Assessing global patterns in mammalian carnivore occupancy and richness by integrating local camera trap surveys. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 26:918–929. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ele.13124
  12. Martins, Quinton & Martin, N. (2017). Electronic walk-through cage for mountain lions: Walk through to a new era. The Ardeid https://www.egret.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/acr_the_ardeid_2017.pdf
  13. Swanepoel, L.H., Balme, G., Williams, S., Power, R.J., Snyman, A., Gaigher, I., Senekal, C., Martins, Q. and Child, M. (2016). A Conservation Assessment of Panthera pardus. In: M.F. Child, L. Roxburgh, D. Raimondo, E. Do Linh San, J. Selier and H. Davies-Mostert (eds), The Red List of Mammals of South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho. South African National Biodiversity Institute and Endangered Wildlife Trust, South Africa.
  14. Avenant, N.L., Drouilly, M., Power, R.J., Thorn, M., Martins, Q., Neils, A., du Plessis, J., Do Linh San, E. (2016). A conservation assessment of Caracal. In Child MF, Roxburgh L, Do Linh San E, Raimondo D, Davies-Mostert HT, editors. The Red List of Mammals of South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho. South African National Biodiversity Institute and Endangered Wildlife Trust, South Africa.
  15. Martins, Q. (2016). The Role of Top Predators in Ecosystems: Mountain lion research at ACR. The Ardeid https://www.egret.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/2016ardeid-acr.pdf
  16. Ropiquet, A., Knight, A.T., Born, C., Martins, Q., Balme, G., Kirkendall, L., Hunter, L., Senekal, C. & Matthee C.A. (2015) Implications of spatial genetic patterns for conserving African leopards. Comptes Rendus Biologies 388(11), 728-737 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crvi.2015.06.019
  17. Swanepoel, L.H., Somers, M.J., Hoven, v.W., Schiess-Meier, M., Owen, C., Snyman, A., Martins, Q., Senekal, C., Camacho, G., Boshoff, W.& Dalerum, F. (2014). Survival rates and causes of mortality of leopards (Panthera pardus) in southern Africa Oryx, pp.1-9.
  18. Martins, Q. & Harris, S. (2013). Movement, activity and hunting behaviour of leopards in the Cederberg Mountains, South Africa. African Journal of Ecology.
  19. Fröhlich, M., Berger, A., Kramer-Schadt, S., Heckmann, I. & Martins, Q. (2012). Complementing GPS cluster analysis with activity data for studies of leopard (Panthera pardus) diet. South African Journal of Wildlife Management.
  20. Fox, J. (2012). Unspotted: One Man’s Obsessive Search for Africa’s Most Elusive Leopard. Annordunda Books. (Book about Q.Martins). https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/34375414
  21. Martins, Q., Horsnell, W.G.C., Titus, W., Rautenbach, T. & Harris, S. (2011). Diet determination of the Cape Mountain leopards using global positioning system location clusters and scat analysis. Journal of Zoology, 283, 81-87.
  22. Martins, Q. (2010). The ecology of the leopard Panthera pardus in the Cederberg Mountains. PhD Thesis, University of Bristol.
  23. Parsons, S., Smith, S.G.D., Martins, Q., Horsnell, W.G.C, Gouse, T.A., Streichera, E.M., Warrena, R.M., van Helden, P.D. & van Pittiusa, N.C.G. (2008) Pulmonary infection due to the dassie bacillus (Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex sp.) in a free-living dassie (rock hyrax—Procavia capensis) from South Africa. Tuberculosis 88, 80-83.
  24. Martins, Q. & Martins, N. (2006) Leopards of the Cape: Conservation and Conservation concerns. International Journal of Environmental Studies, No. 63(5), pp. 579 -585
  25. Daly, B., Power, J., Camacho, G., Traylor-Holzer, K., Barber, S., Catterall, S., Fletcher, P., Martins,Q., Martins, N., Owen, C., Thal, T. and Friedmann, Y.,(editors). (2005). Leopard (Panthera pardus) PHVA. Workshop Report. Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (SSC / IUCN) / CBSG South Africa. Endangered Wildlife Trust.
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