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2011Novel methods reveal shifts in migration phenology of barn swallows in South Africa.Altwegg, R; Broms, K; Erni, B; Barnard P; Midgley, G F; Underhill, L G
2011Functional consequences of morphological differentiation between populations of the Cape Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion pumilum).Herrel, A; Measey, G J; Vanhooydonck, B; Tolley, K A
2011Molecular phylogenetics of Boulengerula (Amphibia: Gymnophiona: Caeciliidae) and implications for taxonomy, biogeography and conservation.Loader, S P; Wilkinson, M; Cotton, J A; Measey, G J; Menegon, M; Howell, K M; Muller, H; Gower, D J
2011Interrogating recent range changes in South African birds: confounding signals from land use and climate change present a challenge for attribution.Hockey, P A R; Sirami, C; Ridley, A R; Midgley, G F; Babiker, H A
2011Morphological variation in the Cape Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion pumilum) as a consequence of spatially explicit habitat structure differences.Hopkins, K P; Tolley, K A
2011Rediscovery of Boulengerula fischeri, with notes on its morphology and habitat.Measey, G J; Hinkel, H H; Dumbo, B; Fischer, E
2011Immature survival and age at first breeding of Damara Terns: conservation from a non-breeding perspective.Braby, J; Braby, S J; Braby, R J; Altwegg, R
2011Isolation of novel microsatellite loci in dwarf chameleons from KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa and their cross-amplification in other Bradypodion species.Feldheim, K A; Da Silva, J; Tolley, K A
2011Characterization of microsatellite loci from a South African endemic, the Cape Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion pumilum).Feldheim, K A; Chauke, L F; Hopkins, K P; Tolley, K A
2011Diet, morphology and performance in two chameleon morphs: do harder bites equate with harder prey?Measey, G J; Rebelo, A D; Herrel, A; Van Hooydonck, B; Tolley, K A