Allen M., Webb M. H., Alves F., Heinsohn R. & Stojanovic D. 2018,. Occupancy patterns of the introduced, predatory sugar glider in Tasmanian forests. Austral Ecology, In Press

Campbell C. D., Sarre S. D., Stojanovic D., Gruber B., Medlock K., Harris S., MacDonald A. J. & Holleley C. E. 2018. When is a native species invasive? Incursion of a novel predatory marsupial detected using molecular and historical data. Diversity and Distributions, In Press

Stojanovic D., Olah G., Webb M., Peakall R. & Heinsohn R. 2018. Genetic evidence confirms severe extinction risk for critically endangered swift parrots: implications for conservation management. Animal Conservation, In Press

Stojanovic D., Alves F., Cook H., Crates R., Heinsohn R., Peters A., Rayner L., Troy S. N. & Webb M. H. 2018. Further knowledge and urgent action required to save Orange-bellied Parrots from extinction. Emu - Austral Ornithology 118, 126-34.

Crates, R., Rayner, L., Stojanovic, D., Webb, M. and Heinsohn, R. (2017). Undetected Allee effects in Australia's threatened birds: implications for conservation. Emu - Austral Ornithology 117, 207-221.

Webb, M. H., A. Terauds, A. Tulloch, P. Bell, D. Stojanovic, and R. Heinsohn. 2017. The importance of incorporating functional habitats into conservation planning for highly mobile species in dynamic systems. Conservation Biology In Press.

Crates, R., A. Terauds, D. Stojanovic, L. Rayner, R. Heinsohn, D. Ingwersen, and M. H. Webb. 2017. An occupancy approach to monitoring regent honeyeaters. Journal of Wildlife Management. In Press

Stojanovic, D., L. Rayner, M. Webb, and R. Heinsohn. 2017. Effect of nest cavity morphology on reproductive success of a critically endangered bird. Emu - Austral Ornithology. In Press

Heinsohn, R., M. H. Webb, R. Lacy, A. Terauds, R. Alderman, and D. Stojanovic. 2015. A severe predator-induced decline predicted for endangered, migratory swift parrots (Lathamus discolor). Biological Conservation 186:75-82.

Webb, M. H. et al. 2014. Location matters: Using spatially explicit occupancy models to predict the distribution of the highly mobile, endangered swift parrot. — Biological Conservation 176: 99-108.

Webb, M. H. et al. 2012. Nesting requirements of the endangered swift parrot (Lathamus discolor). — Emu 112: 181-188.

Porfirio, L. L., R. M. B. Harris, D. Stojanovic, M. H. Webb, and B. Mackey. 2016. Projected direct and indirect effects of climate change on the Swift Parrot, an endangered migratory species. Emu 116:273-283.

Stojanovic D., Webb M., Alderman R., Porfirio L. & Heinsohn R. (2014) Discovery of a novel predator reveals extreme but highly variable mortality for an endangered bird. Diversity and Distributions 20, 1200-7

Stojanovic, D. et al. 2012. Ground-based survey methods both overestimate and underestimate the abundance of suitable tree-cavities for the endangered swift parrot. — Emu 112: 350-356.

Stojanovic, D. et al. 2014. Validation of a landscape-scale planning tool for cavity dependent wildlife. — Austral Ecology 39: 579–586.

Stojanovic, D. et al. 2015. Exploiting the richest patch has a fitness payoff for the migratory swift parrot. — Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 1194-1201.

Saunders, D. L. and Heinsohn, R. 2008. Winter habitat use by the endangered, migratory swift parrot (Lathamus discolor) in New South Wales. — Emu 108: 81-89.

Stojanovic, D. et al. 2016. Loss of habitat for a secondary cavity nesting bird after wildfire. — Forest Ecology and Management 360: 235-241.

Webb, M. H., M. Holdsworth, D. Stojanovic, A. Terauds, P. Bell, and R. Heinsohn. 2016. Immediate action required to prevent another Australian avian extinction: the King Island Scrubtit. Emu 116:223-229.

Saunders, D. L. et al. 2016. Responses of Critically Endangered migratory Swift Parrots to variable winter drought. — Emu -.