J. Scott Keogh
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The conservation status of the world’s reptiles
M Böhm, B Collen, JEM Baillie, P Bowles, J Chanson, N Cox, ...
Biological conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
Birth of a biome: insights into the assembly and maintenance of the Australian arid zone biota.
M Byrne, DK Yeates, L Joseph, M Kearney, J Bowler, MAJ Williams, ...
Molecular ecology 17 (20), 2008
Decline of a biome: evolution, contraction, fragmentation, extinction and invasion of the Australian mesic zone biota
M Byrne, DA Steane, L Joseph, DK Yeates, GJ Jordan, D Crayn, K Aplin, ...
Journal of biogeography 38 (9), 1635-1656, 2011
Interrogating genomic-scale data for Squamata (lizards, snakes, and amphisbaenians) shows no support for key traditional morphological relationships
FT Burbrink, FG Grazziotin, RA Pyron, D Cundall, S Donnellan, F Irish, ...
Systematic biology 69 (3), 502-520, 2020
Molecular phylogeny and divergence dates for Australasian elapids and sea snakes (Hydrophiinae): evidence from seven genes for rapid evolutionary radiations
KL Sanders, MSY Lee, R Leys, R Foster, J Scott Keogh
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (3), 682-695, 2008
The influence of sex and body size on food habits of a giant tropical snake, Python reticulatus
R Shine, PS Harlow, JS Keogh, Boeadi
Functional Ecology 12 (2), 248-258, 1998
Molecular phylogeny of elapid snakes and a consideration of their biogeographic history
JS Keogh
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 63 (2), 177-203, 1998
Rapid and repeated origin of insular gigantism and dwarfism in Australian tiger snakes
JS Keogh, IAW Scott, C Hayes
Evolution 59 (1), 226-233, 2005
Phylogenomics reveals ancient gene tree discordance in the amphibian tree of life
PM Hime, AR Lemmon, ECM Lemmon, E Prendini, JM Brown, ...
Systematic biology 70 (1), 49-66, 2021
Phylogenetic relationships of elapid snakes based on cytochrome b mtDNA sequences
JB Slowinski, JS Keogh
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 15 (1), 157-164, 2000
How mountains shape biodiversity: The role of the Andes in biogeography, diversification, and reproductive biology in South America's most species-rich lizard radiation …
D Esquerré, IG Brennan, RA Catullo, F Torres-Pérez, JS Keogh
Evolution 73 (2), 214-230, 2019
Communal egg-laying in reptiles and amphibians: evolutionary patterns and hypotheses
JS Doody, S Freedberg, JS Keogh
The Quarterly review of biology 84 (3), 229-252, 2009
Phylogenetic Relationships of Terrestrial Australo-Papuan Elapid Snakes (Subfamily Hydrophiinae) Based on Cytochromeband 16S rRNA Sequences
JS Keogh, R Shine, S Donnellan
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 10 (1), 67-81, 1998
Commercial harvesting of giant lizards: the biology of water monitors Varanus salvator in southern Sumatra
R Shine, PS Harlow, JS Keogh
Biological Conservation 77 (2-3), 125-134, 1996
Perched at the mito-nuclear crossroads: divergent mitochondrial lineages correlate with environment in the face of ongoing nuclear gene flow in an Australian bird
A Pavlova, JN Amos, L Joseph, K Loynes, JJ Austin, JS Keogh, GN Stone, ...
Evolution 67 (12), 3412-3428, 2013
Evaluating fossil calibrations for dating phylogenies in light of rates of molecular evolution: a comparison of three approaches
V Lukoschek, J Scott Keogh, JC Avise
Systematic Biology 61 (1), 22, 2012
Complex mating system and dispersal patterns in a social lizard, Egernia whitii
DG Chapple, JS Keogh
Molecular ecology 14 (4), 1215-1227, 2005
Geodiversity and endemism in the iconic Australian Pilbara region: a review of landscape evolution and biotic response in an ancient refugium
M Pepper, P Doughty, JS Keogh
Journal of Biogeography 40 (7), 1225-1239, 2013
Molecular phylogeny of sea snakes reveals a rapidly diverged adaptive radiation
V Lukoschek, JS Keogh
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 89 (3), 523-539, 2006
Spatial genetic analysis and long-term mark–recapture data demonstrate male-biased dispersal in a snake
JS Keogh, JK Webb, R Shine
Biology letters 3 (1), 33-35, 2007
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