Rudolf von May
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A taxonomic revision of the Neotropical poison frog genus Ranitomeya (Amphibia: Dendrobatidae)
JL Brown, E Twomey, A Amézquita, M Barbosa de Souza, JP Caldwell, ...
Zootaxa 3083, 1-120, 2011
The amphibians and reptiles of Manu National Park and its buffer zone, Amazon basin and eastern slopes of the Andes, Peru
A Catenazzi, E Lehr, R von May
Biota Neotropica 13 (4), 269-283, 2013
Genetic divergence and speciation in lowland and montane Peruvian poison frogs
JL Roberts, JL Brown, R von May, W Arizabal, R Schulte, K Summers
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 41 (1), 149-164, 2006
Conservation Status of Amphibians in Peru
A Catenazzi, R von May
Herpetological Monographs 28 (1), 1-23, 2014
Divergence of thermal physiological traits in terrestrial breeding frogs along a tropical elevational gradient
R von May, A Catenazzi, A Corl, R Santa‐Cruz, AC Carnaval, C Moritz
Ecology and Evolution 7, 3257-3267, 2017
Current state of conservation knowledge on threatened amphibian species in Peru.
R von May, A Catenazzi, A Angulo, JL Brown, J Carrillo, G Chávez, ...
Tropical Conservation Science 1 (4), 376-396, 2008
Amphibian community structure as a function of forest type in Amazonian Peru
R von May, JM Jacobs, R Santa-Cruz, J Valdivia, JM Huamán, ...
Journal of Tropical Ecology 26 (5), 509-519, 2010
Species diversity and conservation status of amphibians in Madre de Dios, southern Peru
R von May, K Siu-Ting, JM Jacobs, M Medina-Müller, G Gagliardi, ...
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 4 (1), 14-29, 2009
Thermal physiological traits in tropical lowland amphibians: Vulnerability to climate warming and cooling
R von May, A Catenazzi, R Santa-Cruz, AS Gutierrez, C Moritz, ...
PLoS One 14 (8), e0219759, 2019
Breeding-site selection by the poison frog Ranitomeya biolat in Amazonian bamboo forests: an experimental approach
R von May, M Medina-Müller, MA Donnelly, K Summers
Canadian Journal of Zoology 87 (5), 453-464, 2009
High prevalence of infection in tadpoles increases vulnerability to fungal pathogen in high-Andean amphibians
A Catenazzi, R von May, VT Vredenburg
Biological Conservation 159, 413-421, 2013
The Western Amazonian richness gradient for squamate reptiles: Are there really fewer snakes and lizards in southwestern Amazonian lowlands?
DL Rabosky, R von May, MC Grundler, AR Davis Rabosky
Diversity 11 (10), 199, 2019
How much potential biodiversity and conservation value can a regenerating rainforest provide? A ‘best-case scenario’ approach from the Peruvian Amazon
A Whitworth, R Downie, R von May, J Villacampa, R MacLeod
Tropical Conservation Science 9 (1), 224-245, 2016
New species of Eleutherodactylus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) from the eastern Andes of central Peru with comments on central Peruvian Eleutherodactylus
E Lehr, M Lundberg, C Aguilar, R von May
Herpetological Monographs 20, 105-128, 2010
Ecological interactions between arthropods and small vertebrates in a lowland Amazon rainforest
R von May, E Biggi, H Cárdenas, MI Diaz, C Alarcón, V Herrera, ...
Amphibian & Reptile Conservation 13 (1), 65-77, 2019
Two new species of marsupial frogs (Anura: Hylidae: Gastrotheca) from the Cordillera Oriental in central Peru
WE Duellman, E Lehr, D Rodriguez, R von May
Natural History Museum, University of Kansas, 2004
Phylogenetic relationships among poison frogs of the genus Dendrobates (Dendrobatidae): A molecular perspective from increased taxon sampling
JL Roberts, JL Brown, R von May, W Arizabal, A Presar, R Symula, ...
The Herpetological Journal 16 (4), 377-385, 2006
Do trails affect relative abundance estimates of rainforest frogs and lizards?
R von May, MA Donnelly
Austral Ecology 34 (6), 613-620, 2009
Perú: Yaguas-Cotuhé
N Pitman, C Vriesendorp, DK Moskovits, R von May, D Alvira, T Wachter, ...
Field Museum of Natural History, 2011
Evolutionary radiation of earless frogs in the Andes: molecular phylogenetics and habitat shifts in high-elevation terrestrial breeding frogs
R von May, E Lehr, DL Rabosky
PeerJ 6 (e4313), 2018
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