Latest Publications

  • Tsuchida S, Kakooza S, Nguema PPM, Wampande EM, Ushida K. (2018) Characteristics of Gorilla-Specific Lactobacillus Isolated from Captive and Wild Gorillas, Microorganisms, 6(3), 86; doi:10.3390/microorganisms6030086

  • Ueda A, Kobayashi A, Tsuchida S, Yamada T, Murata K, Nakamura H, Ushida K. (2018) Cecal Microbiome Analyses on Wild Japanese Rock Ptarmigans (Lagopus muta japonica) Reveals High Level of Coexistence of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Lactate-Utilizing Bacteria, Microorganisms, 6, 77; doi:10.3390/microorganisms6030077

  • Hayakawa T, Nathan S, Stark DJ, Saldivar DAR, Sipangkui R, Goossens B, Tuuga A, Clauss M, Sawada A, Fukuda S, Imai H, Matsuda I (in press) First report of foregut microbial community in proboscis monkeys: Are diverse forests a reservoir for diverse microbiomes?Environ Microbiol Rep.

  • Matsubayashi M, Tsuchida S, Ushida K, Murata K. (2018). Surveillance of Eimeria species in wild Japanese rock ptarmigans, Lagopus muta japonica, and insight into parasitic seasonal life cycle at timberline regions of the Japanese Alps. IJP: Parasites and Wildlife 7: 134-140.

  • Matsubayashi M, Tsuchida S, Kobayashi A, Shibahara T, Nakamura H, Murata K, Ushida K*. (2018). Molecular identification of two Eimeria species, E. uekii and E. raichoi as type B, in wild Japanese rock ptarmigans, Lagopus muta japonica. IJP: Parasites and Wildlife 7: in press.

  • Ruslin F, Azmi MA, Matsuda I, Amir R, Md-Zain BM (2017) Monkey school : training phases for coconut-picking macaques (Macaca nemestrina). Malaysian Nature Journal 69:301-306

  • Koda H, Tuuga A, Goossens B, Murai T, Nathan SKSS, Stark DJ, Ramirez Saldivar DA, Sha JCM, Osman I, Sipangkui R, Seino S, Matsuda I. 2018. Nasalization by Nasalis larvatus: larger noses audiovisually advertise conspecifics in proboscis monkeys. Science Advances, 4, eaaq0250

  • Matsuda, I., Bernard, H., Tuuga, A., Nathan, S. K. S. S., Sha, J. C. M., Osman, I., Sipangkui, R., Seino, S., Asano, S., Wong, A., Kreuzer, M., Ramirez Saldivar, D. A., & Clauss, M. (2018). Fecal Nutrients Suggest Diets of Higher Fiber Levels in Free-Ranging than in Captive Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus). Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 4.

  • Chapman CA, Bortolamiol S, Matsuda I, Omeja PA, Paim FP, Reyna-Hurtado R, Sengupta R, Valenta K (2017) Primate population dynamics: variation in abundance over space and time. Biodiversity and Conservation.

  • Matsuda I, Chapman CA, Physilia CYS, Sha JCM, Clauss M (2017) Primate resting postures: constraints by foregut fermentation? Physiol & Biochem Zool 90: 383-391

  • Matsuda I, Clauss M, Tuuga A, Sugau J, Hanya G, Yumoto T, Bernard H, Hummel J (2017) Factors Affecting Leaf Selection by Foregut-fermenting Proboscis Monkeys: New Insight from in vitro Digestibility and Toughness of Leaves. Scientific Reports 7:42774.

  • Bernard H, Matsuda I, Hanya G, Phua M-H, Oram F, Ahmad AH (2016) Species Richness and Distribution of Primates in Disturbed and Converted Forest Landscapes in Northern Borneo. Tropical Conservation Science 9.

  • Matsuda I, Otani Y, Bernard H, Wong A, Tuuga A (2016) Primate Survey in a Bornean Flooded Forest: Evaluation of Best Approach and Best Timing. Mammal Study 41:101-106.

  • Inoue E, Ogata M, Seino S, Matsuda I (2016) Sex Identification and Efficient Microsatellite Genotyping Using Fecal DNA in Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus). Mammal Study 41:141-148.

  • Matsuda I (2016) Reproducibility of field science in non-human primates. Japanese Psychological Review 59:114-117