Publications

Peer-Reviewed

2014 Gandola, R., and C.R., Hendry. “Lissotriton vulgaris (smooth newt): Parasitism or phoresy?” Herpetological Bulletin 128 (Summer)

2013 Gandola, R., and C.R., Hendry. “No detection of the chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) in a multi-species survey of Ireland’s native amphibians.” Herpetological Journal 23(4)

Popular articles

2015 Gandola, R., O’Sullivan, R., Ennis, C., Doyle, M., and J.P, Dunbar. “Slippery, Scaly and Sandy: Surveying herpetofaunal diversity in an Irish coastal habitat”. Sand Dune and Shingle Network

2015 Gandola, R., Hendry, C.R., Ennis, E., and J.P., Dunbar. “The contribution of citizen scientists to amphibian disease monitoring in Ireland” FrogLog | Vol 23 (1) pg 34-35  ISSN:1026-0269

2014 O’Sullivan, R. “Citizen Science in the City: Amphibian and Reptile Surveying in an Irish Biosphere Reserve”. FrogLog | Vol 22 (3) pg 48-49 ISSN:1026-0269

2014 Gandola, R., and C.R., Hendry. “Collaborating for Irish Amphibians”. FrogLog | Vol 22 (1) pg36-37  ISSN:1026-0269

Official Reports

2015 Gandola, R., Ennis, C., Monitoring Native Herpetofauna on North
Bull Island, Dublin. Final Report to Dublin City Council

2014 Gandola, R., McNamara, D., Stafford-Johnson, C., and C.R., Hendry. “A rapid assessment of a non-native population of the Common toad in Rathmullan, Co. Donegal”. A Contribution to the Non-native species risk assessment for Ireland.

2014 Gandola, R., Ennis, C., Hendry, C.R., and M., Doyle. “An evaluation of the status of native herpetofauna on North Bull Island”.Final Report to Dublin City Council

2012 Gandola, R., and C.R., Hendry. “The Irish Amphibian Chytrid Survey 2012”. Final Report to the Heritage Council of Ireland

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