Alan Lymbery

Associate Professor - Parasitology

About me

I have been at Murdoch University since 1999. I am currently an Associate Professor in the School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, and Director of the Fish Health Unit.

Teaching area

I teach undergraduate units in parasitology, invertebrate biology quantitative genetics and fish health. I coordinate Veterinary Parasitology, Animal Parasitology and Honours in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, and run a special topic in Fish Health for final year veterinary students.

 

Research areas

With my colleagues in the Fish Health Unit and Freshwater Fish Group, I work on issues concerning the conservation of freshwater fishes and other aquatic organisms. Our principal research areas are population biology, disease ecology, the biology of invasive species and conservation genetics. You can find further details on our web site: freshwaterfishgroup.com. I also work on parasitic diseases in terrestrial wildlife (principally endangered species of small mammals), in collaboration with Professor Andrew Thompson in the School of Veterinary and life Sciences.

Current projects

Parasitic infections in native and introduced species of freshwater fishes.

Control of introduced freshwater fishes in south-western Australia.

Conservation genetics  of freshwater fishes in Western Australia.

Conservation biology of freshwater mussels.

The effects of parasitic disease on endanged marsupials.

 

Awards and grants

Current grants:

The molecular phylogeography of freshwater fishes in south-western Australia (Australian Biological Resources Study)

Conservation of the critically endangered sawfish Pristis microdon: comparative study of genetic diversity with and among populations from Indonesia and Australia (DIKTI)

Killing with kindness? Removing introduced fishes may amplify parasitic infections in native fishes (Australia Pacific Science Foundation)

Control of introduced fish and crayfish in the Vasse Wonnerup Ramsar wetland (Caring for our Country)

Doctoral and masters supervisions

Current PhD students:

Michael Klunzinger. Ecology and life history of the freshwater mussel Westralunio carteri (Iredale 1934) in the south west of Western Australia.

Mikayla Morine. Exotic parasites of freshwater fishes in south-western Australia.

Jonathan Murphy. The molecular phylogeography of freshwater fishes in south-western Australia.

Michelle Ingram.  The effect of salinity on the resilience of riparian ecosystems.

Melanie Koinari.  Prevalence and molecular characterization of gastrointestinal parasites in fish, sheep and goats from Papua New Guinea.

Shuting Pan.  Genetic variation in Toxoplasma gondii in Australia

Amanda Worth. The effect of the parasite Toxoplasma gondii on the behaviour of the woylie Bettongia penicillata.

Alison Hillman. Risk factors and spatial distribution of Toxoplasma gondii and Giardia spp. in domestic pets and urban adaptor wildlife in the greater Perth region.

Completed PhD students:

Mahmoud Rashnavadi. Parasites of freshwater fish as bioindicators of water quality in the south west of Western Australia.

Amanda AshParasites of the African painted dog (Lycaon pictus) in captive and wild populations – implications for conservation.

Marina HassanParasites of native and introduced freshwater fish in the south west of Western Australia.

Gavin Partridge. Inland saline aquaculture: overcoming biological and technical constraints to the development of an industry.

Rob Doupé. Selection for faster growing black bream

Clare Constantine. Determining the population genetic structure of Ostertagia ostertagi in Australia – contrasting molecular techniques and analytical methods.

SutarnoCandidate gene markers for production traits in cattle.

Nicolette Binz. Characterization and molecular analysis of the genome in Giardia.

Sylvia LachbergA comparison of different characters and methods of analysis for phylogenetic reconstruction in the genus Taenia.

Bruno Meloni. Genetic variation in Giardia duodenalis and the molecular epidemiology of giardiasis.

 

 

Publications

Books

  • Robson, B., Chester, E., Allen, M., Beatty, S., Chambers, J., Close, P., Cook, B., Cummings, C., Davies, P., Lester, R., Lymbery, A., Matthews, T., Morgan, D., Stock, M., (2013),Novel methods for managing freshwater refugesagainst climate change in southern AustraliaFinal Report,National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.
  • Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Keleher, J., Lymbery, A., Close, P., Speldewinde, P., Storer, T., Kitsios, A., (2013),Environmental variables in the habitats of south-western Australian freshwater fishes,National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.

Chapters

  • Grayson, J., Calver, M., Lymbery, A., (2007),Species richness and community composition of passerine birds in suburban Perth: is predation by pet cats the most important factor?,In: Pest or Guest: the zoology of overabundance, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 195 to 207.
  • Lymbery, A., Cheah, F., (2007),Anisakid nematodes and anisakiasis,In: Food-Borne Parasitic Zoonoses: Fish and Plant-Borne Parasites (World Class Parasites series: Volume II), Springer, pages 185 to 207.
  • Thompson, R., Lymbery, A., (2001),Genetic Variation in Helminths and its Epidemiological Significance,In: Perspectives on Helminthology, Science Publishers, Inc, pages 225 to 243.

Journals

  • Hillman, A., Lymbery, A., Elliot, A., Thompson, R., (2017), Urban environments alter parasite fauna, weight and reproductive activity in the quenda (Isoodon obesulus), Science of the Total Environment, 607, , pages 1466 - 1478.
  • Beatty, S., Allen, M., Whitty, J., Lymbery, A., Keleher, J., Tweedley, J., Ebner, B., Morgan, D., (2017), First evidence of spawning migration by goldfish (Carassius auratus); implications for control of a globally invasive species, Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 26, 3, pages 444 - 455.
  • Partridge, G., Burge, T., Lymbery, A., (2017), A comparison of the palatability of racemic praziquantel and its two enantioseparated isomers in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi (Valenciennes,1833), Aquaculture Research, 48, 4, pages 1735 - 1743.
  • Kelly, E., Martin, P., Kueh, S., Morgan, D., Ebner, B., Donaldson, J., Buller, N., Crook, D., Brooks, S., Davis, A., Hammer, M., Foyle, L., Hair, S., Lymbery, A., (2017), First detection of Edwardsiella ictaluri (Proteobacteria:Enterobacteriaceae) in wild Australian catfish, Journal of Fish Diseases, , , pages 1 - 10.
  • Northover, A., Godfrey, S., Lymbery, A., Morris, K., Wayne, A., Thompson, R., (2017), Evaluating the Effects of Ivermectin Treatment on Communities of Gastrointestinal Parasites in Translocated Woylies (Bettongia penicillata), EcoHealth: conservation medicine: human health: ecosystem sustainability, 14, Mar 2017, pages 117 - 127.
  • Beatty, S., Allen, M., Lymbery, A., Jordaan, M., Morgan, D., Impson, D., Marr, S., Ebner, B., Weyl, O., (2017), Rethinking refuges: Implications of climate change for dam busting, Biological Conservation, 209, , pages 188 - 195.
  • Lymbery, A., (2017), Phylogenetic Pattern, Evolutionary Processes and Species Delimitation in the Genus Echinococcus, Advances in Parasitology, 95, 2017, pages 111 - 145.
  • Hillman, A., Ash, A., Elliot, A., Lymbery, A., Perez, C., Thompson, R., (2016), Confirmation of a unique species of Giardia, parasitic in the quenda (Isoodon obesulus), International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 5, 1, pages 110 - 115.
  • Hillman, A., Yang, R., Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2016), Eimeria spp. infecting quenda (Isoodon obesulus) in the greater Perth region, Western Australia, Experimental Parasitology, 170, , pages 148 - 155.
  • Northover, A., Godfrey, S., Lymbery, A., Morris, K., Wayne, A., Thompson, A., (2016), Evaluating the effects of ivermectin treatment on communities of gastrointestinal parasites in translocated woylies (Bettongia penicillata), EcoHealth: conservation medicine: human health: ecosystem sustainability, , , pages -.
  • Hillman, A., Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2016), Is Toxoplasma gondii a threat to the conservation of free-ranging Australian marsupial populations?, International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 5, , pages 17 - 27.
  • Kelly, E., Kueh, S., Ebner, B., Donaldson, J., Yang, R., Buller, N., Hair, S., Morgan, D., Lymbery, A., (2016), Observations on the health of Tandanus tropicanus (Teleostei: Plotosidae) from an Australian river system, Australian Zoologist, 38, 1, pages 83 - 89.
  • Ogston, G., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Pusey, B., Lymbery, A., (2016), Living on burrowed time: Aestivating fishes in south-western Australia face extinction due to climate change, Biological Conservation, 195, , pages 235 - 244.
  • Klunzinger, M., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Pinder, A., Lymbery, A., (2015), Range decline and conservation status of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia :Hyriidae) from south-western Australia, Australian Journal of Zoology, 63, 2, pages 127 - 135.
  • Lymbery, A., Jenkins, E., Thompson, R., (2015), Echinococcus canadensis, E. borealis, and E. intermedius. What's in a name?, Trends in Parasitology, 31, 1, pages 23 - 29.
  • Lymbery, A., (2015), Niche construction: evolutionary implications for parasites and hosts, Trends in Parasitology, 31, 4, pages 134 - 141.
  • Yang, R., Palermo, C., Chen, L., Edwards, A., Paparini, A., Tong, K., Kueh, S., Lymbery, A., Ryan, U., (2015), Genetic diversity of Cryptosporidium in fish at the 18S and actin loci and high levels of mixed infections, Veterinary Parasitology, 214, (3-4), pages 255 - 263.
  • Lymbery, A., (2015), Genetic diversity of five Indonesian native cattle breeds at microsatellite loci, Asian Journal of Animal Sciences, 9, , pages 57 - 64.
  • Ryan, U., Paparini, A., Tong, K., Yang, R., Kueh, S., O'Hara, A., Lymbery, A., Xiao, L., (2015), Cryptosporidium huwi n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the guppy (Poecilia reticulata), Experimental Parasitology, 150, , pages 31 - 35.
  • Lymbery, A., Morine, M., Kanani, H., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., (2014), Co-invaders: The effects of alien parasites on native hosts, International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 3, , pages 171 - 177.
  • Koinari, M., Lymbery, A., Ryan, U., (2014), Cryptosporidium species in sheep and goats from Papua New Guinea, Veterinary Parasitology, 141, 1, pages 134 - 137.
  • RASHNAVADI, M., Lymbery, A., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., (2014), Ecological response of an estuarine atherinid to secondary salinisation in south-western Australia, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 97, , pages 343 - 353.
  • Klunzinger, M., Haag, W., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Lymbery, A., (2014), Age and growth in the Australian freshwater mussel Westralunio carteri with an evaluation of the fluorochrome calcein for validating the assumption of annulus formation, Freshwater Science, 33, 4, pages -.
  • Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Lymbery, A., (2014), Implications of climate change for potamodromous fishes, Global Change Biology, 20, , pages 1794 - 1807.
  • Kristancic, A., Thompson, R., Lymbery, A., (2014), Reevaluating the evidence for Toxoplasma gondii-induced behavioural changes in rodents, Advances in Parasitology, 85, 2014, pages 109 - 142.
  • Perez, C., Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2014), Chagas disease: the challenge of polyparasitism?, Trends in Parasitology, 30, 4, pages 176 - 182.
  • Koinari, M., Karl, S., Ryan, U., Lymbery, A., (2013), Infection levels of gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and goats in Papua new Guinea, Journal of Helminthology, 87, 4, pages 409 - 415.
  • Lymbery, A., Kay, G., Doupe, R., Partridge, G., Norman, H., (2013), The potential of a salt-tolerant plant (Distichlis spicata cv. NyPa Forage) to treat effluent from inland saline aquaculture and provide livestock feed on salt-affected farmland, Science of the Total Environment, 445-446, , pages 192 - 201.
  • Koinari, M., Karl, S., Elliot, A., Ryan, U., Lymbery, A., (2013), Identification of Anisakis species (Nematoda: Anisakidae) in marine fish hosts from Papua New Guinea, Veterinary Parasitology, 193, , pages 126 - 133.
  • Thompson, R., Lymbery, A., (2013), Let's not forget the thinkers, Trends in Parasitology, 29, 12, pages 581 - 584.
  • Klunzinger, M., Thomson, G., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Lymbery, A., (2013), Morphological and morphometrical description of the glochidia of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bilvalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae)., Molluscan Research, 33, 2, pages 104 - 109.
  • Koinari, M., Karl, S., Ng, J., Lymbery, A., Ryan, U., (2013), Identification of novel and zoonotic Cryptosporidium species in fish from Papua New Guinea, Veterinary Parasitology, 198, 1-2, pages 1 - 9.
  • Botero Gomez, L., Thompson, C., Peacock, C., Clode, P., Nicholls, P., Wayne, A., Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2013), Trypanosomes genetic diversity, polyparasitism and the population decline of the critically endangered Australian marsupial, the brush tailed bettong or woylie (Bettongia penicillata), International Journal for Parasitology, 2, , pages 77 - 89.
  • Thompson, C., Botero Gomez, L., Wayne, A., Godfrey, S., Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2013), Morphological polymorphism of Trypanosoma copemani and description of the genetically diverse T. vergrandis sp. nov. from the critically endangered Australian potoroid, the brush-tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata), Parasites & Vectors, 6, 1, pages 1 - 13.
  • Chumpolbanchorn, K., Lymbery, A., Pallant, L., Pan, S., Sukthana, Y., Thompson, R., (2013), A high prevalence of Toxoplasma in Australian chickens, Veterinary Parasitology, 196, , pages 209 - 211.
  • Kristancic, A., Lymbery, A., Thompson, A., (2013), Adaptive host manipulation by Toxoplasma gondii: fact or fiction?, Trends in Parasitology, 29, 4, pages 150 - 155.
  • Pan, S., Thompson, R., Grigg, M., Sundar, N., Smith, A., Lymbery, A., (2012), Western Australian Marsupials Are Multiply Infected with Genetically Diverse Strains of Toxoplasma gondii, PLoS One, 7, 9, pages 1 - 6.
  • Klunzinger, M., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Thomson, G., Lymbery, A., (2012), Glochidia ecology in wild fish populations and laboratory determination of competent host fishes for an endemic freshwater mussel of south-western Australia, Australian Journal of Zoology, 60, 1, pages 26 - 36.
  • Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2012), The molecular epidemiology of parasite infections: Tools and applications, Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 181, 2, pages 102 - 116.
  • Klunzinger, M., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Lymbery, A., Pinder, A., Cale, D., (2012), Distribution of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae) on the south coast of south-western Australia, including new records of the species, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 95, 2, pages 77 - 81.
  • Morine, M., Yang, R., Ng, J., Kueh, S., Lymbery, A., Ryan, U., (2012), Additional novel Cryptosporidium genotypes in ornamental fishes, Veterinary Parasitology, 190, 3-4, pages 578 - 582.
  • Beatty, S., Morgan, D., RASHNAVADI, M., Lymbery, A., (2011), Salinity tolerances of endemic freshwater fishes of south-western Australia: Implications for conservation in a biodiversity hotspot, Marine & Freshwater Research: advances in the aquatic sciences, 62, 1, pages 91 - 100.
  • Klunzinger, M., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Lymbery, R., Thomson, G., Lymbery, A., (2011), Discovery of a host fish species for glochidia of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoidea: Hyriidae), Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 94, 1, pages 19 - 23.
  • Ash, A., Lymbery, A., Lemon, J., Vitali, S., Thompson, R., (2010), Molecular epidemiology of Giardia duodenalis in an endangered carnivore - The African painted dog, Veterinary Parasitology, 174, 3-4, pages 206 - 212.
  • Lymbery, A., Hassan, M., Morgan, D., Beatty, S., Doupe, R., (2010), Parasites of native and exotic freshwater fishes in south-western Australia, Journal of Fish Biology, 76, 7, pages 1770 - 1785.
  • Thompson, R., Lymbery, A., Smith, A., (2010), Parasites, emerging disease and wildlife conservation, International Journal for Parasitology, 40, 10, pages 1163 - 1170.
  • Yang, R., Reid, A., Lymbery, A., Ryan, U., (2010), Identification of zoonotic Giardia genotypes in fish, International Journal for Parasitology, 40, 7, pages 779 - 785.
  • Reid, A., Lymbery, A., Ng, J., Tweedle, S., Ryan, U., (2010), Identification of novel and zoonotic Cryptosporidium species in marine fish, Veterinary Parasitology, 168, 3-4, pages 190 - 195.
  • Thompson, R., Smith, A., Lymbery, A., Averis, S., Morris, K., Wayne, A., (2010), Giardia in Western Australian wildlife, Veterinary Parasitology, 170, 3-4, pages 207 - 211.
  • Zanguee, N., Lymbery, A., Lau, J., Suzuki, A., Yang, R., Ng, J., Ryan, U., (2010), Identification of novel Cryptosporidium species in aquarium fish, Veterinary Parasitology, 174, 1-2, pages 43 - 48.
  • Doupe, R., Knott, M., Schaffer, J., Burrows, D., Lymbery, A., (2010), Experimental herbivory of native Australian macrophytes by the introduced Mozambique tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 35, 1, pages 24 - 30.
  • Doupe, R., Mitchell, J., Knott, M., Davis, A., Lymbery, A., (2010), Efficacy of exclusion fencing to protect ephemeral floodplain lagoon habitats from feral pigs (Sus scrofa), Wetlands Ecology and Management, 18, 1, pages 69 - 78.
  • Klunzinger, M., Morgan, D., Lymbery, A., Ebner, B., Beatty, S., Thomson, G., (2010), Discovery of a host fish for glochidia of Velesunio angasi (Sowerby, 1867) (Bivalvia:Unionoida:Hyriidae) from the Fortescue River, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australian Journal of Zoology, 58, 4, pages 263 - 266.
  • Jones, B., Lymbery, A., (2009), A new species of Dermoergasilus Ho & Do, 1982 (Copepoda: Ergasilidae) from freshwater fishes in the south-west of Western Australia., Systematic Parasitology, 74, , pages 143 - 148.
  • Averis, S., Thompson, R., Lymbery, A., wayne, a., Morris, K., Smith, A., (2009), The diversity, distribution and host-parasite associations of trypanosomes in Western Australian wildlife, Parasitology (Cambridge), 136, , pages 1269 - 1279.
  • Partridge, G., Lymbery, A., (2009), Effects of manganese on juvenile mulloway (Argyrosomus japonicus) cultured in water with varying salinity-Implications for inland mariculture, Aquaculture, 290, , pages 311 - 316.
  • Marina, H., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2008), An introduced parasite, Lernaea cyprinacea, found on native freshwater fish in the south west of Western Australia, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 91, , pages 149 - 153.
  • Partridge, G., Lymbery, A., (2008), The effect of salinity on the requirement for potassium by barramundi (Lates calcarifer) in saline groundwater., Aquaculture, 278, , pages 164 - 170.
  • Smith, A., Clark, P., Averis, S., Lymbery, A., wayne, a., Morris, K., Thompson, R., (2008), Trypanosomesinadecliningspecies of threatened Australian marsupial, the brush-tailed bettong Bettongia penicillata (Marsupialia: Potoroidae), Parasitology (Cambridge), 135, , pages 1329 - 1335.
  • Partridge, G., Lymbery, A., Bourke, D., (2008), Larval rearing of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) in saline groundwater, Aquaculture, 278, , pages 171 - 174.
  • Partridge, G., Lymbery, A., George, R., (2008), Finfish mariculture in inland Australia: a review of potential water sources, species and production systems, Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 39, 3, pages 291 - 310.
  • Tay, M., Lymbery, A., Beatty, S., Morgan, D., (2007), Predation by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) on a Western Australian icon: marron (Cherax cainii), New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research: international journal of aquatic science, 41, , pages 197 - 204.
  • Lymbery, A., Bennett, T., Starcevich, M., Doupe, R., (2006), Efficacy of a subsurface-flow wetland using the estuarine sedge Juncus kraussii to treat effluent from inland saline aquaculture, Aquacultural Engineering, 34, , pages 1 - 7.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., Pettit, N., (2006), Streamsalinization is associated with reduced taxonomic, but not functional diversity in ariparian plantcommunity, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 31, 3, pages 388 - 393.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2005), Additive genetic and other sources of variation in growth traits of juvenile black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri, Aquaculture Research, 36, , pages 621 - 626.
  • Doupe, R., Sarre, G., Partridge, G., Lymbery, A., Jenkins, G., (2005), What are the prospects for black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri aquaculture in salt-affected inland Australia?, Aquaculture Research, 36, , pages 1345 - 1355.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2005), Genetic covariation in production traits of sub-adult black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri after grow-out, Aquaculture Research, 36, , pages 1128 - 1132.
  • Lymbery, A., (2005), Fish-borne parasitic zoonoses; status and issues, International Journal for Parasitology, 35, , pages 1233 - 1254.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2005), Environmental risks associated with beneficial end uses of mine lakes in southwestern Australia, Mine Water and the Environment, 24, , pages 134 - 138.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2004), Indicators of genetic variation for feed conversion efficiency in black bream, Aquaculture Research, 35, , pages 1305 - 1309.
  • Lever, C., Lymbery, A., Doupe, R., (2004), Preliminary comparisons of yield and profit achieved from different rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) production systems in inland Western Australia, Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 16, , pages 63 - 74.
  • Doupe, R., Partridge, G., Lymbery, A., (2003), Visible implant fluorescent elastomer tags as pedigree markers for applied aquaculture: an evaluation using black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri), Aquaculture Research, 34, , pages 681 - 683.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., Greeff, J., (2003), Genetic variation in the growth traits of straight-bred and crossbred black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri Munro) at 90 days of age, Aquaculture Research, 34, , pages 1297 - 1301.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2003), Toward the genetic improvement of feed conversion efficiency in fish, Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 34, , pages 245 - 254.
  • Lymbery, A., Doupe, R., Pettit, N., (2003), Effects of salinisation on riparian plant communities in experimental catchments on the Collie River, Western Australia, Australian Journal of Botany, 51, , pages 667 - 672.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., Wong, S., Hobbs, R., (2003), Larval anisakid infections of some tropical fish species from northwest Australia, Journal of Helminthology, 77, , pages 363 - 365.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., Sarre, G., Jenkins, G., Partridge, G., George, R., (2003), The national research and development plan for commercial inland saline aquaculture: a view from afar, Natural Resource Management, 6, , pages 31 - 34.
  • Starcevich, M., Lymbery, A., Doupe, R., (2003), Potential environmental impacts from farming rainbow trout using inland saline water in Western Australia, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 10, , pages 15 - 24.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., Starcevich, M., (2003), Rethinking the land: the development of inland saline aquaculture in Western Australia, International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 1, , pages 30 - 37.
  • Lymbery, A., Doupe, R., Munshi, M., Wong, T., (2002), Larvae of Contracaecum sp. among inshore fish species of southwestern Australia, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 51, , pages 157 - 159.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (2002), Justification for genetic improvement in growth rates of black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri): a partial budgeting analysis, Aquaculture Economics and Management, 6, , pages 339 - 347.
  • Colquhoun, N., Cummins, J., Greeff, J., Lymbery, A., (2002), Mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms and fertility in beef cattle, Theriogenology, 57, 6, pages 1603 - 1610.
  • Hammond, E., Lymbery, A., Martin, G., Groth, D., Wetherall, J., (2002), Microsatellite analysis of genetic diversity in wild and farmed emus, Journal of Heredity, 93, , pages 376 - 380.
  • Robertson, I., Irwin, P., Lymbery, A., Thompson, R., (2000), The role of companion animals in the emergence of parasitic zoonoses, International Journal for Parasitology, 30, Dec-13, pages 1369 - 1377.
  • Lymbery, A., (1999), Environmental and product quality in finfish aquaculture development: an example from inland Western Australia, Aquaculture Research, 30, , pages 420 - 423.
  • Doupe, R., Lymbery, A., (1999), Escape of cultured barramundi (Lates calcarifer Bloch) into impoundments of the Ord River system, Western Australia, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 82, , pages 131 - 136.
  • Lymbery, A., Dadour, I., (1999), Genetic structure of the Bovicola ovis (Mallophaga: Trichodectidae) in southwestern Australia, Environmental Entomology, 28, 4, pages 675 - 680.
  • Lymbery, A., Hobbs, R., Thompson, R., (1997), Building bridges and controlling parasites., International Journal for Parasitology, 27, , pages 1119 - 1119.
  • Lymbery, A., Constantine, C., Thompson, R., (1997), Self-fertilization without genomic or population structuring in a parasitic tapeworm., Evolution, 51, , pages 289 - 294.

Conference

  • Klunzinger, M., Beatty, S., Lymbery, A., (2011),Freshwater mussel response to drying in the Lower Helena Reservoir and translocation as a conservation management strategy,In: Swan River Trust River Forum.