Rebecca J Laver
Rebecca J Laver
Research School of Biology, Australian National University
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Contrasting patterns of persistence and diversification in vicars of a widespread Australian lizard lineage (the Oedura marmorata complex)
PM Oliver, KL Smith, RJ Laver, P Doughty, M Adams
Journal of Biogeography 41 (11), 2068-2079, 2014
Cryptic lineage diversity, body size divergence, and sympatry in a species complex of Australian lizards (Gehyra)
CC Moritz, RC Pratt, S Bank, G Bourke, JG Bragg, P Doughty, JS Keogh, ...
Evolution 72 (1), 54-66, 2018
Life-history and spatial determinants of somatic growth dynamics in Komodo dragon populations
RJ Laver, D Purwandana, A Ariefiandy, J Imansyah, D Forsyth, C Ciofi, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45398, 2012
A novel hotspot of vertebrate endemism and an evolutionary refugium in tropical Australia
PM Oliver, RJ Laver, F De Mello Martins, RC Pratt, S Hunjan, CC Moritz
Diversity and Distributions 23 (1), 53-66, 2017
A new species of Velvet Gecko (Oedura: Diplodactylidae) from the limestone ranges of the southern Kimberley, Western Australia
PM Oliver, RJ Laver, J Melville, P Doughty
Zootaxa 3873 (1), 49-61, 2014
Real‐world conservation planning for evolutionary diversity in the Kimberley, Australia, sidesteps uncertain taxonomy
DF Rosauer, M Byrne, MPK Blom, DJ Coates, S Donnellan, P Doughty, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (4), e12438, 2018
Long-term persistence and vicariance within the Australian Monsoonal Tropics: the case of the giant cave and tree geckos (Pseudothecadactylus)
PM Oliver, RJ Laver, KL Smith, AM Bauer
Australian Journal of Zoology 61 (6), 462-468, 2014
Stripes, jewels and spines: further investigations into the evolution of defensive strategies in a chemically defended gecko radiation (Strophurus, Diplodactylidae)
SV Nielsen, PM Oliver, RJ Laver, AM Bauer, BP Noonan
Zoologica Scripta 45 (5), 481-493, 2016
Trans-biome diversity in Australian grass-specialist lizards (Diplodactylidae: Strophurus)
RJ Laver, SV Nielsen, DF Rosauer, PM Oliver
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 115, 62-70, 2017
Origins and patterns of endemic diversity in two specialized lizard lineages from the Australian Monsoonal Tropics (Oedura spp.)
RJ Laver, P Doughty, PM Oliver
Journal of Biogeography 45 (1), 142-153, 2018
On and off the rocks: persistence and ecological diversification in a tropical Australian lizard radiation
PM Oliver, LG Ashman, S Bank, RJ Laver, RC Pratt, LG Tedeschi, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 19 (1), 81, 2019
Phylogeographic evidence for evolutionary refugia in the Gulf sandstone ranges of northern Australia
C NobleA, RJ LaverA, DF RosauerA, S FerrierB, C MoritzA
Australian Journal of Zoology 65 (6), 408-416, 2018
The development of cephalic armor in the tokay gecko (Squamata: Gekkonidae: Gekko gecko)
RJ Laver, CH Morales, MP Heinicke, T Gamble, K Longoria, AM Bauer, ...
Journal of Morphology 281 (2), 213–228, 2020
Unveiling the elusive: X‐rays bring scolecophidian snakes out of the dark
CJ Bell, JD Daza, EL Stanley, RJ Laver
The Anatomical Record 304 (10), 2110-2117, 2021
Evolutionary responses to warming
A McGaughran, R Laver, C Fraser
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2021
Underground Down Under: Skull anatomy of the southern blind snake Anilios australis Gray, 1845 (Typhlopidae: Serpentes: Squamata)
RJ Laver, JD Daza, RJ Ellis, EL Stanley, AM Bauer
The Anatomical Record 304 (10), 2215-2242, 2021
Blind snakes beneath the surface: Continuing the legacy of Richard Thomas
RJ Laver, JD Daza
The Anatomical Record 304 (10), 2080-2084, 2021
A bone of contention-The search for wormians in squamates
RJ Laver, J Hunziker, AM Bauer, JD Daza
Comparative phylogeography and diversity of Australian Monsoonal Tropics lizards
RJ Laver
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