This issue of Technical Reports of the Australian Museum Online number 38 (2023) has twelve peer-reviewed papers, edited by David E. Alquezar-Planas, Damien P. Higgins, Cora L. Singleton, and Alex D. Greenwood, and a discussion summary, from the Second Koala Retrovirus Workshop held online, 25–27 May 2021. The First Koala Retrovirus Workshop was held in San Diego in 2013 with a series of papers published in Technical Reports of the Australian Museum Online number 24 (2014). Biology and veterinary specialists together assessed and discussed the then state of knowledge of koala retrovirus (KoRV) and formed professional bridges and networks. Much progress has been made in the years since 2013 due to expanding international collaborations. COVID-19 forced the Second Koala Retrovirus Workshop online. Again in 2021, presenters were invited to write short papers based on their presentations, resulting in the present series of peer-reviewed articles. Additionally, discussions based on workshop presentations highlighted current knowledge, information gaps, and recommendations for ways to move forwards, all summarized in this volume.
Alquezar-Planas, David E., Damien P. Higgins, Cora L. Singleton, and Alex D. Greenwood (editors). 2023. Proceedings of the Second Koala Retrovirus Workshop, 2021. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum Online no. 38, pp. ii + 1–82.