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A multi-locus molecular phylogeny for Australia's iconic Jacky Dragon (Agamidae: Amphibolurus muricatus): phylogeographic structure along the Great Dividing Range of south-eastern Australia.
Jacky dragons (Amphibolurus muricatus) are ubiquitous in south-eastern Australia and were one of the first Australian reptiles to be formally described. Because they are so common, Jacky dragons areExpand
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Calling for more accurate information in aquarium trade: analysis of live-fish import permits in Costa Rica
Ornamental fish trade is a growing business around the world, but also a major pathway for the introduction of potentially invasive species. Trade patterns and policies have been evaluated inExpand
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Structural habitat use by the Many-scaled Anole, Anolis polylepis (Squamata: Polychrotidae)
Lizards of the genus Anolis are commonly used as models for several ecological studies. Nevertheless, some aspects of their ecology have not been studied and information reported previously forExpand
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Geographic variation in aggressive signalling behaviour of the Jacky dragon
Signal diversification is often the product of sexual and/or natural selection and may be accompanied by genetic differentiation or simply reflect a plastic response to social and environmentalExpand
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First record of the Greenhouse frog, Eleutherodactylus planirostris (Anura: Eleutherodactylidae), in Costa Rica
Introduced species can have a negative impact on native species, so that detection of new arrivals is fundamental to avoid establishment of breeding populations. Several species of frogs and lizardsExpand
First country records for Urotheca decipiens and Urotheca pachyura and range extensions of Urotheca guentheri in Nicaragua
Although the number of amphibian and reptile species reported for Nicaragua is lower when compared to other Central American countries, efforts to revert this situation have been increasing duringExpand
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House Wren Preys on Introduced Gecko in Costa Rica
Abstract On 25 May 2002, we observed a House Wren (Troglodytes aedon) eating a juvenile house gecko (Hemidactylus frenatus) in Golfito, Costa Rica. Just a few studies report insect-eating birdsExpand
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