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2009A new species of dwarf chameleon (Sauria; Chamaeleonidae, Bradypodion Fitzinger) from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa with notes on recent climatic shifts and their in?uence on speciation in the genusTilbury, C R; Tolley, K A
2009The potential for predicted climate shifts to impact genetic landscapes of lizards in the South African Cape Floristic RegionTolley, K A; Makokha, J S; Swart, B; Houniet, D T; Matthee, C A
2009A re-appraisal of the systematics of the African genus Chamaeleo (Reptilia: Chamaeleonidae)Tilbury, C R; Tolley, K A
2010Characterization of microsatellite loci from a South African endemic, the Cape Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion pumilum).Feldheim, K A; Chauke, L F; Hopkins, K; Tolley, K A
2010Climate Change fragments populations of a top cetacean predator.Fontaine, M C; Tolley, K A; Birkun, A J; Ferreira, M; Thierry, J; Llavona, A; Ozturk, B; Ridoux, V; Rogan, E; Sequeira, M; Bouquegneau, J M; Michaux, J R; Baird, S J E
2010Phylogeography of the clicking stream frog Strongylopus grayii (Anura, Pyxicephalidae) reveals cryptic divergence across climatic zones in an abundant and widespread taxon.Tolley, K A; Braee, A; Cunningham, M
2010Eastward from Africa: palaeocurrent-mediated chameleon dispersal to the Seychelles islands.Townsend, T M; Tolley, K A; Glaw, F; Böhme, W; Vences, M
2010Isolation and high genetic diversity in dwarf mountain toads (Capenisbufo) from South Africa.Tolley, K A; De Villiers, A; Cherry, M I; Measey, G J
2010Chameleons on the move: survival and migration of the Cape dwarf chameleon, Bradypodion pumilum, within a fragmented semi-urban habitat.Tolley, K A; Raw, R N V; Altwegg, R; Measey, G J
2010Can lizards beat the heat, or will they go extinct?Tolley, K A