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Abstracts from the Xth Otter Colloquium, Hwacheon, South Korea, 2007.

Alarcon,G,G and Simoes-Lopes, P. (2004). The Neotropical otter (Lontra longicaudis) feeding habits in a marine coastal area, South Brazil. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 21(1), pages 24 - 29.

Alary, F, Moutou, F and Jacques, H (2002). Still on the tracks of the Congo clawless otter (Aonyx congicus): First mission in Cameroon. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 19(1), pages 51 -55.

Aued, M.B, Chehebar, G, Porro,G, Macdonald, D.W, and Cassini, M.H. (2003). Environmental correlates and the distribution of the Southern river otters Lontra provocax at different ecological scales. Oryx 37. No 4.

Citation: Kafle, G. (2009). Review on Research and Conservation of Otters in Nepal. IUCN Otter Spec. Group Bull. 26 (1): 32 – 43

Carrillo-Rubio, Lafon, A. (2004). Neotropical river otter micro-habitat prefences in west-central Chilhuahua, Mexico. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 21(1), pages 10-15

Damme, P, Wallace, R, Swaenepoel, K, Painter, Silva Ten, Taber, A, Gonzales Jimenses, R, Saravia, I, Fraser, A, and Vargas, J. (2002). Distribution and population status of the Giant otter pteronura brasiliensis in Bolivia. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 19(1), pages 87 - 96.

de Silva, P. (2006) Survey Techniques and Monitoring Otter Populations. Proceedings of the IUCN/SSC Training Workshop Kathmandu, Nepal.

Elmeros, M, Hammersoj, M, Madsen,A.B and Sogaard, B. (2006). Recovery of the otter lutra lutra in Denmark monitored by field survey's and collection of carcasses. Hystrix, Vol 17(1), pages17-28.

Enkhbold,S. (2004) Email from research scientist.

Erogulu, M, Baskaya, S and Ucarli, Y (2009).Status of the Eurasian otter in Northern Turkey. Thirsd symposium on the Status of the Otter in Turkey. 23-24 Ekim 2008, Kirikkale. pages59-72.

Garella, G (2003), email about otters in Cambodia.

Georgiev, D,G. (2005). Habitats of the otter (Lutra lutra) in some regions on Southern Bulgaria. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 22(1), pages 6 - 13.

Gorgadze, G. (2004) The Eurasian otter in the South Caucasus. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 21(1), pages 19 - 23.

Jacques, H, Moutou, F and Alary, F. (2002). On the tracks of the Congo clawless otter (Aonyx congicus) in Gabon. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 19(1), pages 40 -50.

Javier, D and Sanchez, I.V. (2002). Historical and actual presence of the Giant otter (pteronura brasiliensis) on the lower Meta river, Department of Casanare - Colombian Orinoquia. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 19(1), pages 97 - 102.

Lubiz, R. (2005). First Hairy Nosed otter in Sumarta, Indonesia. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 22(1), pages 14 - 20.

Medina-Vogel, G, Kaufman, V. S, Monsalve, R and Gomez, V. (2003). The influence of riparian vegetation, woody debris, stream morphology and human activity on the use of rivers by Southern river otters Lontra provocax in Chile. Oryx 37. No 4.

Maldonado, J.R.E and Lopez Gonazalez, C.A. (2003). Recent records for the Neotropical otter (Lontra longicaudis) in Guerrero, Mexico. IUCN otter specialist group Bulletin. 20(2), pages 65-68.

Neyra, J P. (2009)_Mortality of the Marine Otter (Lontra felina) in Southern Peru. IUCN/SCC Otter Specialist Group Bulletin. Volume 25 Issue 2.

Poledník,L Poledníková, K and Beran,K. (2008) Distribution of the Eurasian Otter (Lutra lutra) in the Republic of Macedonia in 2007. IUCN/SCC Otter Specialist Group Bulletin. Volume 25 (2008) To read Click here

Ramsar site in Pantanal. (2003). Tapir conservation, 12(1), 5-6.

Romanowski, J (2006) Monitoring of the Otter recolonisation of Poland. Hystrix, Vol 17(1), pages37-46.

Sea otter numbers rise. (2003), Marine pollution bulletin, 46(7), 799.

Skaren, U. (2003), Otters (Lutra lutra) hunted as beavers (Castor canadensis) in Finland. IUCN Otter specialist group Bulletin, 20 (1)

Mmet, K and Lymberakis, P. (2003) Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra) in Crete. IUCN Otter specialist group Bulletin, 20 (2), Page 72.