PUBLICATIONS

    PAPERS, REPORTS & BOOKS
    2016

    Davenport, T.R.B., Fakih, S., Kimiti, S., De Luca, D.W., Foley, L. (In press). A first full census of the Zanzibar red colobus (Procolobus kirkii). Oryx

    Davenport, T.R.B. (2016). A new chameleon species discovered in Tanzania. Paa Magazine 9:8

    De Luca, D.W. & Mpunga, N.E (In press). Leopard distribution and food habits in the Mt Rungwe-Kitulo landscape, Southern Tanzania: a population at risk of extinction? J. Anim. Ecol.
    2015

    Braulik, G.T., Wittich, A., Macaulay, J., Kasuga, M., Gordon, J., Gillespie, D.,
    Davenport, T.R.B., 2015. Fishing with explosives in Tanzania: spatial distribution and hotspots p. 19. Wildlife Conservation Society Tanzania Program, Zanzibar, Tanzania.

    Braulik, G.T., Findlay, K., Cerchio, S., Baldwin, R., 2015. Assessment of the Conservation Status of the Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin (Sousa plumbea) Using the IUCN Red List Criteria, In Humpback Dolphins (Sousa spp.): Current Status and Conservation, Part 1. eds T. Jefferson, B.C. Curry, pp. 119-141. Academic Press, UK.
    Caro, T. & Davenport, T.R.B. (2015). Wildlife and wildlife management in Tanzania. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12658. 1-8.
    Durant, S.M., Becker, M.S., Creel, S., Bashir, S., Dickman, A.J., Beudels-Jamar, R.C., Lichtenfeld, L., Hilborn, R., Wall, J., Wittemyer, G., Badamjav L., Blake, S., Boitani, L., Breitenmoser, C., Broekhuis, F., Christianson, D., Cozzi, G., Davenport, T.R.B., Deutsch, J., Devillers, P., Dollar, L., Dolrenry, S., Douglas-Hamilton, I., Dröge, E., FitzHerbert, E., Foley, C., Hazzah, L., Hopcraft, J.G.C., Ikanda, D., Jacobson, A., Joubert, D., et al., (2015) Developing fencing policies for dryland ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology.
    Davenport, T.R.B. 2015. Redrawing the Map – The Overlooked Southern Highlands and the Case for their Protection. pp 150-155. In: Scharff, N., F. Rovero, F.P. Jensen & S. Brøgger-Jensen. Udzungwa: Tales of Discovery in an East African Rainforest. Natural History Museum of Denmark and MUSE – Science Museum, Trento, Italy.
    Davenport, T.R.B., Nowak, K. & Perkin, A. (2015). Priority Primate Areas. A new national priority setting concept devised and implemented in Tanzania. TAWIRI Abstrs. 10: 1-13.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2015) All Change. Paa Magazine. 10: 10-11.
    Menegon, M. Loader, S.P., Davenport, T.R.B., Howell, K.H., Tilbury, C.R., Machaga, S. & Tolley, K.A. (2015). A new species of chameleon (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae: Kinyongia) highlights the biological affinities between the Southern Highlands and the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania. Acta Herpetologica. 10(2): 111-120.
    Rovero, F. De Luca, D.W. & Bowkett. A. 2015. Invisible Eyes in the Forest – Recording the Most Elusive Animals on Camera. pp 58-65. In: Scharff, N., F. Rovero, F.P. Jensen & S. Brøgger-Jensen. Udzungwa: Tales of Discovery in an East African
    Rainforest. Natural History Museum of Denmark and MUSE – Science Museum, Trento, Italy.
    2014
    Bowkett, A.E., Jones, T., Rovero, F., Nielsen, M.R., Davenport, T.R.B., Hawkins, D.M.,
    Plowman, A.B. & Stevens, J.R. (2014). Distribution and genetic diversity of the Endangered Abbott’s duiker Cephalophus spadix in the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. Endang Species Res 24: 105–114.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2014) God’s Garden, Kitulo Plateau. Paa Magazine. 6: 14-15.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2014) Monkey business. Paa Magazine. 9: 21-24.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2014) Snakes Alive. Paa Magazine. 7: 20-21.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2014) Monkey business. Paa Magazine. 9: 21-24.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2014) Snakes Alive. Paa Magazine. 7: 20-21.
    Foley, C., Foley., L., Lobora, A., De Luca, D., Msuha, M., Davenport, T.R.B. & Durant, S. (2014). A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Tanzania. Princeton University Press. USA. pp 320. ISBN 978-D-691-16117-4
    Loader, S.P., Ceccarelli, F.S., Menegon, M., Howel, K.M., Kassahun, R., Mengistu,
    A.A., Saber, S.A., Gebresenbet, F., de Sa, R., Davenport, T.R.B., Larson, J.G., Muller,
    H., Wilkinson, M. & Gower, D.J. (2014) Persistence and stability of Eastern
    Afromontane forests: evidence from brevicipitid frogs. Journal of Biogeography.doi:10.1111/jbi.12331
    Menegon, M., Loader, S.P., Marsden, S.J, Branch, W.J. Davenport, T.R.B. & Ursenbacher, S. (2014) The genus Atheris (Serpentes: Viperidae) in East Africa: Phylogeny and the role of rifting and climate in shaping the current pattern of species diversity. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 79: 12-22.
    Tranquilli, S., Abedi-Lartey, M., Katharine Abernethy, K., Amsini, K., Asamoah, A., Balangtaa, C., Blake, S., Bouanga, E., Breuer, T., Brncic, T.M., Campbell, G., Chancellor, R., Chapman, C.A. Davenport, T.R.B. et al. (2014) Protected areas in tropical Africa: assessing threats and conservation activities PLOS One DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0114154
    2013
    Bracebridge, C.E., Davenport, T.R.B., Mbofu, V.F. & Marsden, S.J. (2013). Is There a Role for Human-Dominated Landscapes in the Long-Term Conservation Management of the Critically Endangered Kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji). In. J. Primatol. 34:1122-1136
    Creel, S.1, Becker, M.S., Durant, S.M., M’Soka, J., Matandiko, W., Dickman, A.J., Christianson, D., Dröge, E., Mweetwa, T., Pettorelli, N., Rosenblatt, E., Schuette, P., Woodroffe, R., Bashir, S., Beudels-Jamar, R.C., Blake, S., Borner, M., Breitenmoser, Broekhuis, F., C., Cozzi, G., Davenport, T.R.B., et al., (2013) . Conserving large populations of lions – the argument for fences has holes. Ecology Letters
    De Luca, D.W. & Mpunga, N.E. (2013) Small carnivores of the Mt Rungwe–Kitulo landscape, southwest Tanzania: presence, distributions and threats. Small Carnivore Conservation 48: 44–59
    Davenport, T.R.B., Nowak, K. & Perkin, A. (2013). Priority Primate Areas in Tanzania. Oryx. 48(1): 39-51
    Davenport, T.R.B. & Butynski, T.M. (2013). The Kipunji Rungwecebus kipunji. In J. Kingdon, D. Happold & T. Butynski, eds., Mammals of Africa, Volume II. 213-217.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2013). The Genus Rungwecebus. In J. Kingdon, D. Happold & T. Butynski, eds., Mammals of Africa, Volume II. 211-212.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2013) Tanzania Rocks. Paa Magazine. 5: 16-17.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2013). Introducing Matilda. A new forest viper for Tanzania. Miombo. 40: 1-2.
    Rovero, F., Jones, T. & Davenport, T.R.B. (2013). Abbott’s Duiker Cephalophus spadix. In J. Kingdon, D. Happold & T. Butynski, eds., Mammals of Africa, Volume III.
    2012
    Bracebridge, C.E., Davenport, T.R.B. and Marsden. S.J. (2012). The Impact of Forest Disturbance on the Seasonal Foraging Ecology of a Critically Endangered African Primate. Biotropica doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2012.00854.x.
    Davenport, T.R.B. (2012). Rungwecebus. Mammals of the World. Volume 2. Primates. Lynx.
    Davenport, T.R.B., De Luca, D.W., Mpunga, N.E., Machaga, S.M., Picton Phillips, G., Erhardt, C. & Jones, T. (2012). The kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji). Primates of the World. Primate International. RI.
    Gereau, R.E., Kajuni, A.R., Davenport, T.R.B. & Ndangalasi, H.J. (2012) Lake Nyasa Climatic Region Floristic Checklist. Monographis in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden. USA. pp 118.ISBN 978-1-935641-10-0
    Tranquilli, S., Abedi-Lartey, M., Amsini, F., Arranz, L., Asamoah, A., Babafemi, O., Barakabuye, N., Campbell, G., Chancellor, R., Davenport, T.R.B. et al., (2012) Lack of conservation effort rapidly increases African great ape extinction risk. Conservation Letters. 5(1): 48-55
    2011
    Bracebridge, C.E., Davenport, T.R.B. & Marsden, S.J. (2011) Can we extend the area of occupancy of the kipunji, a critically endangered African primate? Animal Conservation 14: 687-696
    Bracebridge, C.E., Davenport, T.R.B. (2011). Ecology and conservation of the kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) in southwest Tanzania. TAWIRI Abstracts 262-269
    Menegon, M., Davenport, T.R.B. & Howell, K.M. (2011) Description of a new and critically endangered species of Atheris (Serpentes: Viperidae) from the Southern Highlands of Tanzania, with an overview of the country’s tree viper fauna. Zootaxa 3120: 43-54
    Salter, R & Davenport, T.R.B. (2011). Orchids and Wildflowers of Kitulo Plateau. Wildguides, UK, pp84
    Tranquilli, S., Abedi-Lartey, M., Amsini, F., Arranz, L., Asamoah, A., Babafemi, O., Barakabuye, N., Campbell, G., Chancellor, R., Davenport, T.R.B. et al., (2011) Lack of conservation effort rapidly increases African great ape extinction risk. Conservation Letters. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2011.00211.x
    2010
    Davenport, T.R.B., De Luca, D.W., Bracebridge, C.E., Machaga, S.J. Mpunga, N., Kibure, O. & Abeid,Y. 2010. Diet and feeding patterns in the kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) in Tanzania’s Southern Highlands: a first Analysis. Primates 51, Issue 3, 213-221.
    Davenport, T.R.B.& Bracebridge, C.E., (2010). Hidden Africa: Kipunji. BBC Wildlife 28(3): 58.
    Davenport, T.R.B., Mpunga, N.E., Picton Phillipps, G, Machaga, S.J., De Luca, D.W., Kibure, O & Abeid, Y. (2010). The Conservation Status of the Chimpanzee Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii in ‘Southern Tanganyika’ 2005-2009. Unpublished Report. Wildlife Conservation Society pp 45.
    De Luca, D.W. Picton Phillipps, G, Machaga, S.J. Davenport, T.R.B. 2010. Home range, core areas and territoriality in the ‘critically endangered’ kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) in southwest Tanzania. Afr J Ecology 48: 895-904
    Dobson, A., Borner, M., Sinclair, A., Hudson, P.J., Anderson, T.M., Bigurube, G., Davenport, T.R.B.,Deutsch, J.D., Durant, S.M., Foley, C., et al (2010) Road will ruin Serengeti. Nature. 467. 272-274
    Gilbert, CC, Stanley, WT, Olson, LE, Davenport, TRB, and Sargis, EJ. (2010) Morphological systematics of the kipunji, Rungwecebus kipunji. American Journal of Physical AnthropologySupplement 50: 110.
    Roberts, T.E., Davenport, T.R.B., Hildebrandt, K.B.P., Jones, T., Stanley, W.T., Sargis, E.J. & Olson, L.E. (2010). The biogeography of introgression in the critically endangered African monkey Rungwecebus kipunji. Biology Letters. 6, 233-237.
    Rovero, F. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2010. Abbott’s duiker. Africa’s forgotten antelope. Afr Geog. 18(1): 26
    2009
    Bracebridge, C.E. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2009 Ecology and conservation of the kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) in Southern Tanzania. Proceedings of the VIIth TAWIRI Conference, Arusha.
    Busby, G. B. J., D. Gottelli, T. Wacher, L. Marker, F. Belbachir, K. De Smet, A. Belbachir-Bazi, A. Fellous, M. Belghoul, & S. M. Durant. 2009. Genetic analysis of scat reveals leopard Panthera pardusand cheetah Acinonyx jubatus in southern Algeria. Oryx 43:412-415
    Caro, T.M, Jones,T, & Davenport, T.R.B. 2009. Realities of documenting wildlife corridors in tropical countries. Biological Conservation 142: 2807-2811.
    Caro, T., Gardner, T.A., Stoner, C., Fitzherbert, E. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2009. Assessing the effectiveness of protected areas: paradoxes call for pluralism in evaluating conservation performance.Diversity and Distributions 15, 178–182
    Davenport, T.R.B. 2009. What next for Africa’s rarest monkey? Miombo 33: 12-13
    Davenport, T. R. B., Mpunga, N. E., Machaga, S. J., Jones, T., Bracebridge, C. E. and De Luca, D. W. 2009. Kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji). In: R. A. Mittermeier et al., Primates in Peril: The World’s 25 Most Endangered Primates 2008–2010, pp.35-37. IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group (PSG), International Primatological Society (IPS), and Conservation International (CI), Arlington, VA
    Davenport, T.R.B., Jones, T & Caro, T.M. 2009. Wildlife corridors in Tanzania. Proceedings of the VIIth TAWIRI Conference, Arusha
    Estes, R.D. & East R. 2009. Status of the wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) in the wild 1967-2005.Wildlife Conservation Society Working Paper No 37. pp 129
    Jones, T., Caro, T., Davenport, T.R.B. (Eds.), 2009. Wildlife Corridors in Tanzania. Unpublished Report. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), Arusha, 60pp
    Loader, S.P., Poynton, J.C., Davenport, T.R.B. & Rödel M-O. 2009. Re-description of the type series of Nectophrynoides viviparus (Bufonidae), with a taxonomic reassessment. Zootaxa 2304: 41-50
    Machaga, S.J., Mhiche, B., Mbano, N., Picton Phillipps, G. Davenport, T.R.B. & Mpunga, N. 2009. The Mt Rungwe fire September 2009. Activities, causes and impacts. Unpubld Report to GoT. pp18
    Machaga, S.J., & Davenport, T.R.B. 2009. Distribution and Conservation of Abbott’s duiker (Cephalophus spadix) in the Southern Highlands. Proceedings of the VIIth TAWIRI Conference, Arusha
    Mpunga, N.E., De Luca, D.W. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2009. Population Increase and Poor Land Use Planning as a Threat to Chimpanzee Habitat in the Southern Part of the Lake Tanganyika Shoreline.Proceedings of the VIIth TAWIRI Conference, Arusha
    Pettorelli, N., J. Bro- Jørgensen, S.M. Durant, T. Blackburn, and C. Carbone. 2009. Energy Availability and Density Estimates in African Ungulates. American Naturalist 173:698-704
    Pettorelli, N., A. Hilborn, F. Broekhuis, and S.M. Durant. 2009. Exploring habitat use by cheetahs using ecological niche factor analysis. Journal of Zoology 277:141-148
    Roberts, T.E., Davenport, T.R.B., Hildebrandt, K.B.P., Jones, T., Stanley, W.T., Sargis, E.J. & Olson, L.E. (2009). The biogeography of introgression in the critically endangered African monkeyRungwecebus kipunji. Biology Letters
    Rovero, F. & De Luca, D.W. 2009. The mammals of the Udzungwa Mountains, southern Tanzania.Mammalia 71:47-55
    Wegner, G., Howell, K.M., Davenport, T.R.B. & Burgess, N. (2009). The forgotten coastal forests of Mtwara, Tanzania: a biologically impoverished and yet important ecosystem. J. E. Africa Nat. Hist.98(2): 167-209
    2008
    Bowkett, A.E., Plowman, A.B., Stevens,J.R. Davenport, T.R.B & Van Vuuren, B.J. Genetic testing of dung identification for antelope surveys in the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. 2008 Conservation Genetics 1566 -0621
    Davenport, T.R.B., De Luca, D.W., Jones, T., Mpunga, N.E., Machaga, S.J. & Picton Phillipps, G. (2008). The kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) of southern Tanzania: first census and assessments of distribution and conservation status. Oryx. 42(3): 352-359
    Davenport, T.R.B., Bracebridge, C.E., De Luca, D.W., Mpunga, N.E., Machaga, S.J., Jones, T. & Marsden, S. 2008. Demography, ecology and conservation status of the kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) in Southern Tanzania. Proceedings of the International Society of Primatology
    Davenport, T.R.B., & Jones, T. 2008. The Critically Endangered kipunji Rungwecebus kipunji. IUCN RedList. (www.iucnredlist.org)
    Davenport, T.R.B., Picton Phillipps, G., Machaga, S.J., Mpunga, N.E., De Luca, D.W., Kibure, O.& Abeid, Y. 2008. Developing a conservation strategy for the chimpanzees of Southern Tanganyika. Unpublished Report to USFWS (GA–0279). Wildlife Conservation Society. pp 53
    Foley, C.A.H., N. Pettorelli, L. Foley. 2008. Severe drought and calf survival in elephants. Biology Letters 4(5): 541-544
    Menegon, M. & Davenport, T.R.B. (2008). The amphibian fauna of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Kenya and Tanzania. In: Threatened Amphibians of the World (S. Stuart, M. Hoffmann, J. Chanson, N. Cox, R. Berridge, P. Ramani & B. Young Eds). Lynx Editions, Barcelona. pp 758
    Olson, L.E., Sargis, E.J., Stanley, W.T., Hildebrandt, K.P.B & Davenport, T.R.B. 2008. Additional molecular evidence strongly supports the distinction between the recently described African primate Rungwecebus kipunji (Cercopithecidae, Papionini) and Lophocebus. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution. 48: 789-794
    Stanley, William T. & Foley, C.A.H. 2008. A survey of the small mammals of Minziro Forest, Tanzania, with several additions to the known fauna of the country. Mammalia 72:116–122
    2007
    Cooper, A., Pettorelli, N. & Durant, S.M. 2007. Large carnivore menus: Factors affecting hunting decisions by cheetahs in the Serengeti. Animal Behaviour 73: 651-679
    Davenport, T.R.B., Mpunga, N.E., & Machaga, S.J. 2007. Census and conservation status of the red colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus tephrosceles) on Ufipa Plateau, southwest Tanzania. Primate Conservation 22: 83-91
    Durant, S.M., Bashir, S; Maddox, T; Laurenson, M.K. 2007. Relating long-term studies to conservation practice: The case of the Serengeti Cheetah Project. Conservation Biology
    Gottelli, D, Wang, J, Bashir, S, Durant, S.M, 2007. Genetic analysis reveals promiscuity among female cheetahs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B London 274:1993-2001
    Hunter, J.S., Durant, S.M., & Caro, T.M., 2007. To flee or not to flee: Scavenger avoidance by cheetahs in the Serengeti. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology
    Hunter, JS, Durant, SM, Caro, TM, 2007. Patterns of scavenger arrival at cheetah kills in Serengeti National Park Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology 45: 275-281
    Oates, J.F., Tutin, C.E.G., Humle, T., Wilson, M.L., Baillie, J.E.M., Balmforth, Z., Blom, A., Boesch, C., Cox, D., Davenport, T.R.B, Dunn, A., Dupain, J., Duvall, C., Ellis, C.M., Farmer, K.H., Gatti, S., Greengrass, E., Hart, J., et al., 2007. Pan troglodytes. In: IUCN 2007. 2007 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
    Pettorelli, N & S.M. Durant, 2007. Longevity in cheetahs: the key to success? Oikos 116:1879-1886
    Pettorelli, N & S.M. Durant, 2007. Family effects on early survival and variance in long-term reproductive success of female cheetahs. Journal of Animal Ecology 76:908-914
    Svadlenak-Gomez, K., T. Clements, C. Foley, N. Kazakov, D. Miquelle, R. Stenhouse. 2007. Paying for Results: The WCS Experience with Direct Incentives for Conservation. In Protected Areas and Human Livelihoods, K. Redford and E. Fearn (ed.). WCS Working Paper No 32: 117-129

2006
Archie, E.A, Morrison, T.A. Foley, C.A.H., Moss, C.J. & Alberts, S.C. 2006. Dominance rank relationships among wild female African elephants (Loxodonta africana). Animal Behaviour 71:117-127
Burgess, N.D., T.M. Butynski, N.J. Cordeiro, N.H. Doggart, J. Fjeldsa, K.M. Howell, F.B. Kilahama, S.P. Loader, J.C. Lovett, B. Mbilinyi, M. Menegon, D.C. Moyer, E. Nashanda, A. Perkin, F. Rovero, W.T. Stanley, S.N. Stuart. 2006. The biological importance of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania and Kenya. Biological Conservation 134: 209-231
Davenport, T.R.B. 2006. Plants, primates and people: Conservation in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Miombo 28: 7-8Davenport, T.R.B. (2006). The Kipunji Rungwecebus kipunji. In M. Tait, ed., Going, Going, Gone? Animals and Plants on the Brink of Extinction. 112-113
Davenport, T.R.B., Stanley, W.T., Sargis, E.J., De Luca, D.W., Mpunga, N.E., Machaga, S.J. & Olson, L.E. 2006. A New Genus of African Monkey, Rungwecebus: Morphology, Ecology and Molecular Phylogenetics. Science 312: 1378-1381
De Luca, D.W., Davenport T.R.B. & Mpunga, N.E. 2006. The conservation status of small to medium carnivores across Southern Tanzania. Unpublished Report for Carnivore Workshop Arusha, April 2006, Tanzania Mammal Atlas Project (TMAP) & TAWIRI. pp 11
De Luca, D.W & Rovero, F. 2006 First records in Tanzania of the Vulnerable Jackson’s mongoose Bdeogale jacksoni (Herpestidae). Oryx 40(4): 468-471
Fitzherbert, E., Gardner, T., Davenport, T.R.B. & Caro, T. 2006. Butterfly species richness and abundance in the Katavi ecosystem of western Tanzania. Journal of African Ecology 44: 353-362
Loader, S., Channing, A., Menegon, M. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2006. A new species of Probreviceps (Amphibia: Anura) from the Eastern Arc Mountains, Tanzania. Zootaxa 1237: 45-60
Mcentee, J., Cordeiro, N.J., Joho M.P & Moyer, D.C. 2006. Foraging observations of the threatened long-billed tailorbird Artisornis moreaui in Tanzania. Scopus 25: 51–54
Menegon, M., S. Salvidio & Moyer, D.C. 2006. Reptiles and amphibians from a montane grassland: Gendakwi Valley, Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. African Herp News 40: 8–14
Moyer, D. C. 2006. Biodiversity of Mahale Mountains National Park. Unpublished Report, Mahale Ecosystems Monitoring Project & Frankfurt Zoological Society. 66 pp
Plumptre, A.J., Davenport, T.R.B., Behangana, M., Kityo, R., Eilu, G., Ssegawa, P., Ewango, C., Meirte, D., Kahindo, D., Herrimans, M., Kerbis Peterhans, J., Pilgrim, J.D., Wilson, M. Languy, M.,Moyer, D. 2006 The biodiversity of the Albertine Rift. Biological Conservation. 134:178–194
Tushabe, H., Kalema, J., Byaruhanga, A., Asasira, J., Ssegawa, P., Balmford, A. Davenport, T.R.B., Fjeldså, J. 2006. A Nationwide Assessment of the Biodiversity Value of Uganda’s IBA Network.Conservation Biology 20: 85-99
2005

Akite, O. & Davenport, T.R.B. (2005). Butterflies as indicators of environmental change in Uganda. Butterfly Conservation Abstrs. 26.
C.L. Ehardt, T.R.B. Davenport & T.M. Butynski (2005) The newly-discovered highland mangabey (Lophocebus kipunji) of Tanzania: taxonomy, biogeography, and conservation. American Journal of Primatology 66 (Supplement 1): 197.
Channing, A., C. Brun, M. Burger, S. Febvre & D. Moyer. 2005. A new cryptic Dainty Frog from East Africa (Anura: Ranidae: Cacosternum). African Journal of Herpetology 54: 139-148
Davenport, T.R.B. 2005. Finding Kipunji. Africa Geographic 13(7): 56-61
Davenport, T.R.B. 2005. The status of Mbizi Forest, Sumbawanga; current forest condition and a comparison with 2002. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society pp 6
Davenport, T.R.B. & Jones, T. 2005. The Highland Mangabey – Africa’s first new monkey for 20 years further illustrates the exceptional value of Tanzania’s forests. Arc Journal 18: 1-6
Davenport, T.R.B. 2005. Merely ‘Other forested mountains’? Biodiversity, biogeography and conservation In Tanzania’s Southern Highlands. Unpublished Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha pp 152-156
Davenport, T.R.B., Jones, T. Mpunga, N.E., Machaga, S.J., De Luca, D.W., Laizzer, R., Mndeme, A. & Mwakilema, W.S. 2005. Kipunji – Africa’s ‘newest’ monkey. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha
De Luca, D.W. 2005 Small carnivores of the Udzungwa Mountains: presence, distributions and threats. Small Carnivore Conservation 32: 1-7
De Luca, D.W. & Mpunga, N.E. 2005. Carnivores of the Udzungwa Mountains: presence, distributions and threats. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society. Mbeya. pp 38
De Luca, D. W. & Mpunga, N.E. 2005. Small carnivores of the Udzungwa Mountains: Presence, distributions and threats. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha
Foley, C.A.H. 2005. A Mammal Big Day. Bird and Birding, March/April 37(2): 128-130
Jones, T., Ehardt, C., Butynski, T., Davenport, T.R.B., Mpunga, N.E., Machaga, S.J. & De Luca, D.W. 2005. Lophocebus kipunji: A new species of African monkey. Science 308: 1161-1164
Machaga, S.J., Massawe, A.A. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2005. Food, fuel and fitness. Quantifying natural resource use on Mt Rungwe. Unpublished Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha
Mwakilema, W.S. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2005. Managing Kitulo. How to protect Tanzania’s newest and most unique national park. Unpublished Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha
Perkin, A., Bearder, S., Davenport, T.R.B. & Butynski, T.M. (2005). The Rungwe Galago Galagoides sp. nov. Tanzania. In: The World’s 25 Rarest Primates. Int J Primatol. Mittermeier et al., Eds.
Rovero, F., Davenport, T.R.B. & Machaga, S.J. 2005. Abbott’s Duiker, Africa’s Forgotten Antelope: Notes On Distribution And Conservation Status. Unpublished Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha
Siex, K.S. 2005. Habitat destruction, population compression, and overbrowsing by the Zanzibar red colobus (Procolobus kirkii). In J.D. Patterson, ed., Commensalism and Conflict: The Primate Human Interface
Struhsaker, T.T., Struhsaker, P.J. & K.S. Siex. 2005. Conserving Africa’s rain forests: problems in protected areas and possible solutions. Biological Conservation 123: 45-54
Williams, C, Davenport, T.R.B., Asasira, J, Collins, S, Tushabe, H., Byaruhanga, A., Pomeroy, D., Balmford, A, & Pain, D. (2005). The site-based conservation of Uganda’s butterflies (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera): strengths and limitations of National Park and Important Bird Area networks, and the use of bird data to identify sites of conservation value for butterflies. Biodiversity & Conservation.
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Bashir, S., Daly,B., Durant, S.M., Forster, H, Grisham, J., Marker, L., Wilson. & Friedmann, Y. 2004. Global Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) Monitoring. Unpublished Workshop Report.
Burgess, N., Lovett, J., Rodgers, A., Kilahama, F., Davenport, T.R.B. & Butynski, T. 2004. Eastern Arc Mountains and Southern Rift. 245-255. In: Hotspots Revisited (R.Mittermeier et al., Eds.) CI/CEMEX pp 390.
Channing, A., Moyer, D.C. & Dawood, A. 2004. A new sand frog from central Tanzania (Anura: Ranidae: Tomopterna). African Journal of Herpetology 53: 21-28
Channing, A., Sinclair, A.R.E., Mduma, S.A.R., Moyer, D.C. & D. A. Kreulen. 2004. Serengeti Amphibians: Distribution and monitoring baseline. African J. Herpetology 53: 163-181
Crutsinger, G., Pickersgill, M. Channing, A. & Moyer, D.C. 2004. A new species of Phrynobatrachus(Anura: Ranidae) from Tanzania. African Zoology 39(1): 19–23
Davenport, T.R.B. 2004. Trees make a great target. Wildlife Conservation June edition: 8
Davenport, T.R.B. 2004. Where the Arcs meet the Rift: biogeography, outliers and conservation in Tanzania’s Southern Highlands. Society for Conservation Biology, Abstrs; New York, 48-5, pp 20
Davenport, T.R.B. & Bytebier, B. 2004. Kitulo Plateau; a first park for orchids. Orchid Review112:160-165
Davenport, T.R.B. 2004. Invasive pine trees on Mt Rungwe. Problems and solutions. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society. pp 10
De Luca, D.W. 2004. Mapping for management. Africa Geographic. 12(6); 38-41
De Luca, D.W. & Mpunga, N.E. 2004. Carnivore communities in two montane forests in southern Tanzania: inventory and ethnomammalogy in sites of differing management regimes. Society for Conservation Biology – Abstracts New York. 48-5, pp 25
Durant, S.M., Kelly, M.J. & Caro, T.M. 2004. Factors affecting life and death in Serengeti cheetahs: Environment, age and sociality. Behavioural Ecology 15: 11-22
Foley, C.A.H. 2004. The Future of Tarangire National Park. Miombo, July, 27: 5, 12-13
Machaga, S.J., Massawe, A.A. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2004. Medicine, meat & mahogany: Understanding natural resource use on Mt Rungwe, SW Tanzania. Society for Conservation Biology Abstracts
Moyer, D.C. 2004. Ploceus buurnieri In:The Birds of Africa Vol VII. C.H., Fry & S. Keith (Eds.) Christopher Helm, London
Muir, C.E., Sallema, A., Abdallah, O., De Luca, D.W. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2004. National Dugong Assessment; Tanzania, Chp 8, 21-29. In: The Eastern African Marine Ecoregion Dugong Conservation Strategy. NEP. Nairobi. pp 68
Plumptre, A., Davenport, T.R.B., Behangana, M., Kityo, R., Eilu, G., & Kahindo, C. 2004. Albertine Rift. 255-262. (In: Hotspots Revisited – R. Mittermeier et al., eds. I/CEMEX pp 390)
Salvidio, S, Menegon, M., Sindaco, R, Moyer, D.C. 2004. A new species of elongate seps from Udzungwa grasslands, southern Tanzania (Reptilia, Gerrhosauridae, Tetradactylus Merrem, 1820)Amphibia-Reptilia 25:19-27
Siex, K.S. 2004. Jozani-Chwaka Bay National Park monitoring program: Overview and status. Unpublished Report for the Zanzibar Department of Commercial Crops, Fruits and Forestry
Struhsaker, T.T., A.R. Marshall, K. Detwiler, K.S. Siex, D.D. Lisbjerg & T.M. Butynski. 2004. Demographic variation among the Udzungwa red colobus in relation to gross ecological and sociological parameters. International Journal of Primatology 25(3): 615-658
Woodroffe, R. Coppolillo, P. et al. 2004 Tools for the conservation of African wild dogs. Do we know enough? What more do we need to know? Unpublished Report. Wildlife Conservation Society
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Bro-Jorgensen,J. & Durant, S.M. 2003. Mating strategies of topi bulls: Getting in the centre of attention. Animal Behaviour 65:1566-1621
Coppolillo, P.B., Gomez, H., Maisels, F., & Wallace, R. 2003. Selection criteria for suites of landscape species as a basis for site-based conservation. Biological Conservation 115: 419–430
Davenport, T.R.B. & Ndangalasi, H.J. 2003. An escalating trade in orchid tubers across Tanzania’s Southern Highlands; assessment, dynamics & conservation implications. Oryx 37(1):55-61
Davenport, T.R.B. 2003. Butterflies of the TANWAT (Tanzania Wattle Company) Estates, Njombe, SW Tanzania. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society (SHCP/WCS). pp 13
Davenport, T.R.B., Machaga, S.J., Mwamtobe, A., Mwaipungu, O. & Hayes, B. 2003. Some notes on the amphibians of Mt Rungwe. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society. pp 4
Davenport, T.R.B. 2003. Mt Rungwe: The forgotten volcano. Wildlife Conservation Oct edition: 42-47
De Leyser, L. 2003. A Guide to the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Wildlife Conservation Society & MEMA. pp 70
Foley, C.A.H. 2003. Demographic changes in the Tarangire elephant population from 1993-2003. In eds. W.D. Semuguruka, M.N. Mgasa., L.J.M. Kusiluka, G. Nkwengulila, B. Nyundo, C.O. Mlingwa, G. Sabuni, S. Mduma, and J.D. Keyyu, Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Scientific Conference; TAWIRI, Arusha, Dec. 3-5, 2002. pp 76-89
Menegon, M., Salvidio, S. & Moyer, D. C. 2003. Reptiles and Amphibians of Nguu North Forest Reserve, Tanzania: A first contribution. African Herp News 36: 2-8
Moyer. D.C. 2003. Conservation status of Abbot’s Duiker, Cephalophus spadix, in Tanzania. In Ecology and Conservation of Small Antelope: Proceedings of an International Symposium on Duiker and Dwarf Antelope in Africa. A.B.Plowman (ed.) Filander-Verlag
Muir C.E., Sallema A.E., Abdallah O., De Luca D.W. & Davenport T.R.B. 2003. The dugong (Dugong dugon) in Tanzania: a national assessment, status distribution and threat. Wildlife Conservation Society pp.31
Ndangalasi, H.J. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2003. A preliminary checklist of plants of Mt Rungwe, Tanzania. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society and Dept Botany, UDSM. pp 28
Plumptre, A.J. Behangana, M., Davenport, T.R.B., Kahindo, C., Kityo, R., Ndomba, E. Nkuutu, D., Owiunji, I., Ssegawa, P., Moyer, D.C. & Eilu, G. 2003. The Biodiversity of the Albertine Rift. Albertine Rift Technical Reports No 3: pp 105
Redford, K.H. Coppolillo, P.B., Sanderson, E., Gustavo, A.da Fonseca, Dinerstein, E., Groves, C., Mace, G., Maginnis, S., Mittermeier, R.A., Noss, R. Olson, D., Robinson, J.G., Vedder, A. 2003. Mapping the conservation landscape. Conservation Biology 17(1): 116–131
Rodgers, W.A. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2003. The boundary of the Albertine Rift in Tanzania. Unpublished Report. Albertine Rift Core Group. pp 5
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Barels, P., Bouwer, V., Crosier, A., Cilliers, D., Durant, S., Grisham, J., Marker, L., Mulama, M., Venter, L., Wildt, D. & Friedmann, Y. (Eds) 2002. Global Cheetah Action Plan Review, Conservation Breeding Specialist Group SSC/IUCN Unpublished Workshop Report.
Channing, A. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2002. A new stream frog from Tanzania (Anura: Ranidae:Strongylopus kitumbeine). African Journal of Herpetology 52(2): 135-142
Channing, A., Moyer, D.C. & Burger, M. 2002. Cryptic species of sharp-nosed reed frogs in theHyperolius nasutus complex: advertisement call differences. African Zool 37(1): 91-99
Channing, A., Moyer D.C. & K.M. Howell. 2002. Description of a new torrent frog in the genusArthroleptides from Tanzania (Ranidae). Alytes 20: 13-27
Davenport, T.R.B. 2002. Tanzania’s new national park to protect orchids. Oryx 36(3): 224
Davenport, T.R.B. 2002. Garden of the Gods: Kitulo Plateau, a new national park for Tanzania.Wildlife Conservation. June Edition p15
Davenport T.R.B. 2002. The Conservation of Mbizi Forest, Sumbawanga, Rukwa Region. Unpublished Report Wildlife Conservation Society (SHCP/WCS). pp 11
Davenport, T.R.B. 2002. Food for thought – Orchid conservation in Tanzania. Wildlife Conservation.February Edition; p12
Davenport, T.R.B. 2002. Endemic butterflies of the Albertine Rift. An annotated checklist. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society. pp 14
Davenport, T.R.B. & Patterson, G. 2002. Burning, grazing and trade: Towards conservation of plateau grasslands in southern Tanzania. Society for Conservation Biology, Abstracts
Davenport T.R.B. (2002). Notes on butterflies recorded by Frontier-Tz from Mpanga/Kipengere Proposed Game Reserve. pp 2.
Davenport, T.R.B. (2002). The conservation status of Abbott’s Duiker, Cephalophus spadix (True,1890) on Mt Rungwe, southwest Tanzania. Concept for Conservation. pp 7.
Davenport, T.R.B. (2002). Observations on the ecology and bushmeat exploitation of the African Golden Cat (Profelis aurata) in South East Cameroon. Journal African Ecology (In press)
Davenport T.R.B. & Sankey W.T. 2002. Tourism in Rungwe District. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society and RUNECO. pp 12
De Luca, D.W. & Mpunga N.E. 2002. Preliminary observations of the Lowe’s Servaline Genet (Genetta servalina lowei) from the Udzungwa Mountains National Park, southern Tanzania. Small Carnivore Conservation 27:17-18
De Luca, D.W. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2002. Institutional Support to the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society & TAWIRI pp 8
Foley, C.A.H. 2002. The Effects of Poaching on Elephant Social Systems. PhD thesis. pp.192. Princeton University, Princeton
Foley, C.A.H. 2002. High incidence of elephant twin births in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania.Pachyderm 32:64-66
Foley, C.A.H. & Grimshaw, J.M. 2002. The Elusive Elephants of Kilimanjaro. Pages 88-89 inKilimanjaro: To the Roof of Africa, ed. Audrey Salkeld. National Geographic Society, Washington DC
Foley, C.A.H. 2002. Tales from the Nursery. Wildlife Conservation, 105(4): 24-29
Foley, L. 2002. The Influence of Environmental Factors and Human Activity on Elephant Distribution. M.Sc. thesis. ITC, pp. 49
Stanley, W. T., Moyer, D. C., Mulungu, E. A., Pokines, J, Bittner, J. A.. 2002. Notes on owl pellets found in the Udzungwa Scarp Forest Reserve, Tanzania. Journal of East African Natural History 91: 91-94
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Davenport, T.R.B., Lodu, E., Howard, P.C. & Plumptre, A.J. 2001. The robust chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in Otzi Forest Reserve, northern Uganda. African Primates 4: 46-48
Davenport, T.R.B. & Ndangalasi, H.J. 2001 Orchid harvest – An assessment of the harvesting and trade of orchid tubers across Tanzania’s Southern Highlands. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society pp 23
Davenport, T.R.B. (ed) 2001. Strategic Action Plan for Arusha National Park. Workshop Proceedings. Tanzania National Parks. pp 12
Davenport, T.R.B. (ed) 2001. Strategic Action Plan for Katavi National Park. Workshop Proceedings. Tanzania National Parks. pp 12
Davenport, T.R.B. (2001). Execution of baseline biodiversity surveys & the development of an ecological monitoring program for Mt Mulanje. Concept to the World Bank. pp 8.
Davenport, T.R.B. (2001). The Conservation of Mt. Rungwe Forest, Southern Tanzania. Concept Paper. Wildlife Conservation Society (SHCP/WCS). pp 14.
Davenport, T.R.B. (2001). A mystery Libellulid from Sao Hill, southern Tanzania. PHAON. 10. 4-5.
Davenport, T.R.B. (2001). Invertebrate Landscape Species – Possible Candidates. Brief Report to the Wildlife Conservation Society – NY. pp 5
Davenport, T.R.B. (2001). Ecological Monitoring Programme (EMP) for Bwindi Impenetrable & Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks. Report on a mid-term review for ITFC. pp 22.
Davenport, T.R.B. (2001). A fully annotated catalogue of the butterflies of Uganda. Metamorphosis
De Luca, D.W. & Ginsberg, J.R. 2001. Dominance, reproduction and survival in banded mongooses: towards an egalitarian social system? Animal Behaviour 61(1):17-30
De Luca, D.W. & Davenport, T.R.B. 2001. Dugong conservation in Tanzania – A call for a national census and initiation of conservation measures. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society. pp 9
Foley, C.A.H. S. Papageorge, S.K. Wasser. 2001. Non-invasive stress and reproductive measures of social and ecological pressures in free-ranging African elephants (Loxodonta africana). Conservation Biology 15(4):1134-1142
Foley, C.A.H. 2001. Family Ties: the elephants of Tarangire. Wildlife Conservation 104(1): 44-53
Foley, C.A.H. 2001. The Bottom Line: Obtaining DNA from elephant dung. BBC Wildlife 19(11): 28
Groom, M. and Coppolillo, P. 2001. Ecologically functional populations as conservation targets. Unpublished Report, Wildlife Conservation Society
McComb, K., Moss, C., Durant, S.M., Baker, L. & Sayialel, S. 2001 Matriarchs act as repositories of social knowledge in African elephants. Science 292: 491-494
McComb, K., Moss, C.& Durant, S.M. 2001. Elephant hunting and conservation – Response. Science293: 2203-2204
Sanderson, E.W., Coppolillo, P.B., Redford, K.H., Vedder, A., and Ward S. 2001. A conceptual model for conservation planning based on the landscape species concept. Landscape and Urban Planning
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Davenport, T.R.B. 2000. Kihansi Spray Toads (Nectophrynoides asperginis) collected from above the Upper Spray Zone. Unpublished Report to the University of Dar es Salaam, pp 3
Davenport, T.R.B. 2000. A preliminary investigation into the butterfly fauna of Kitumbeine Forest Reserve, NW Tanzania. Unpublished Report for UNDP / GEF. pp 17
Davenport, T.R.B. (ed) 2000. Tanzania National Parks Ecology Department – Strategic Action Plan. Workshop Proceedings. Tanzania National Parks
Davenport, T.R.B. (Ed) (2000). Tanzania National Parks Ecology Department – An Assessment of Needs and Functions. Workshop Proceedings.Tanzania National Parks. pp 47.
Davenport, T.R.B. & Moyer, D. (2000). The conservation and management of Kitulo Plateau, southwest Tanzania. Concept paper to UNDP / GEF. pp 23.
Durant, S.M. 2000. Predator avoidance, breeding experience and reproductive success in endangered cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus). Animal Behaviour 60: 121-130
Durant, S.M. 2000. Living with the enemy: Predator avoidance of hyaenas and lions by cheetahs in the Serengeti. Behavioral Ecology 11: 624-632
Durant, S.M. 2000. Dispersal patterns, social structure and population viability. In Behaviour and Conservation (ed. M. Gosling & B. Sutherland), pp. 172-197. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Fonseca, G., A. Balmford, C. Bibby, L. Boitani, F. Corsi, T. Brooks, C. Gascon, S. Olivieri, R. Mittermeier, N. Burgess, E. Dinerstein, D. Olson, L. Hannah, J. Lovett, D. Moyer, C. Rahbek, S. Stuart, & P. Williams. 2000. Following Africa’s Lead in setting priorities. Nature 405: 393-394
Galanti, V., R. Rossi, G. Tosi, C.A.H. Foley, & L. Foley. 2000. Elephant Capture, Collaring and Radio-Tracking in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. Pachyderm 28:58-59
Galanti, V., G. Tosi, R. Rossi, C.A.H. Foley. 2000. The use of GPS radio-collars to track elephants(Loxodonta africana) in Tarangire National Park (Tanzania). Hystrix 11(2):1-11
Howard, P.C., Davenport, T.R.B., Kigenyi, F.W. et al. 2000. Protected area planning in the tropics: Uganda’s national system of forest nature reserves. Conservation Biology. 14 (3), 1-19
Kelly, M.J. & Durant, S.M. 2000. Viability of the Serengeti cheetah population. Conservation Biology14: 786-797

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