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Conservation of wildlife often depends on high quality molecular data to establish reliable species identification. Traditional approaches in extracting material (DNA) for phylogenetic studies on chameleons have relied on removed, euthanized or preserved/museum specimens, while field sampling...
Changes in topography, such as terrain elevation and slope, are an important source of landscape complexity influencing the ecology of animals, particularly in mountainous landscapes. In such landscapes animals navigate changes in elevation and slope in their daily movement. Despite the...
Declining reptilian populations has been a growing concern over the last couple of decades. One such declining species of concern, the Blanding's turtle Emydoidea blandingii, occurs as isolated populations in North American prairie‐wetlands and is at risk of extirpation due to habitat loss and...
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