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David Cannatella
David Cannatella
Professor of Biology, University of Texas
Verified email at utexas.edu
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The major clades of frogs
LS Ford, DC Cannatella
Herpetological monographs, 94-117, 1993
5621993
Amazonian amphibian diversity is primarily derived from late Miocene Andean lineages
JC Santos, LA Coloma, K Summers, JP Caldwell, R Ree, DC Cannatella
PLoS biology 7 (3), e1000056, 2009
3552009
Novel relationships among hyloid frogs inferred from 12S and 16S mitochondrial DNA sequences
CR Darst, DC Cannatella
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 31 (2), 462-475, 2004
3242004
A mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of African clawed frogs: phylogeography and implications for polyploid evolution
BJ Evans, DB Kelley, RC Tinsley, DJ Melnick, DC Cannatella
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 33 (1), 197-213, 2004
3102004
Multiple, recurring origins of aposematism and diet specialization in poison frogs
JC Santos, LA Coloma, DC Cannatella
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (22), 12792-12797, 2003
3022003
Phylogenetics of fanged frogs: testing biogeographical hypotheses at the interface of the Asian and Australian faunal zones
BJ Evans, RM Brown, JA McGuire, J Supriatna, N Andayani, A Diesmos, ...
Systematic Biology 52 (6), 794-819, 2003
2652003
Sexual selection drives speciation in an Amazonian frog
KE Boul, W Chris Funk, CR Darst, DC Cannatella, MJ Ryan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1608), 399-406, 2007
2622007
Phylogeny and biogeography of a cosmopolitan frog radiation: Late Cretaceous diversification resulted in continent-scale endemism in the family Ranidae
F Bossuyt, RM Brown, DM Hillis, DC Cannatella, MC Milinkovitch
Systematic Biology 55 (4), 579-594, 2006
2412006
Phylogenomics reveals rapid, simultaneous diversification of three major clades of Gondwanan frogs at the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary
YJ Feng, DC Blackburn, D Liang, DM Hillis, DB Wake, DC Cannatella, ...
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 114 (29), E5864-E5870, 2017
2132017
A mechanism for diversity in warning signals: conspicuousness versus toxicity in poison frogs
CR Darst, ME Cummings, DC Cannatella
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (15), 5852-5857, 2006
1952006
Efficient sequencing of anuran mtDNAs and a mitogenomic exploration of the phylogeny and evolution of frogs
P Zhang, D Liang, RL Mao, DM Hillis, DB Wake, DC Cannatella
Molecular Biology and Evolution 30 (8), 1899-1915, 2013
1852013
Evolution of pipoid frogs: intergeneric relationships of the aquatic frog family Pipidae (Anura)
DC CANNATELLA, L TRUEB
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 94 (1), 1-38, 1988
1791988
Evolution of dietary specialization and chemical defense in poison frogs (Dendrobatidae): a comparative analysis
CR Darst, PA Menéndez-Guerrero, LA Coloma, DC Cannatella
The American Naturalist 165 (1), 56-69, 2005
1742005
Patterns of endemism and species richness in Malagasy cophyline frogs support a key role of mountainous areas for speciation
KC Wollenberg, DR Vieites, A Van Der Meijden, F Glaw, DC Cannatella, ...
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (8), 1890-1907, 2008
1672008
Phylogeny of Frogs of the Physalaemus Pustulosus Species Group, With an Examination of Data Incongruence
DC Cannatella, DM Hillis, PT Chippindale, L Weigt, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
Systematic Biology 47 (2), 311-335, 1998
1581998
Xenopus Laevis as a Model Organism
DC Cannatella, RO De Sá
Systematic Biology 42 (4), 476-507, 1993
1541993
THE HISTORY OF A NEARCTIC COLONIZATION: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE NEARCTIC TOADS (BUFO)
GB Pauly, DM Hillis, DC Cannatella
Evolution 58 (11), 2517-2535, 2004
1502004
Monkeys and toads define areas of endemism on Sulawesi
BJ Evans, J Supriatna, N Andayani, MI Setiadi, DC Cannatella, ...
Evolution 57 (6), 1436-1443, 2003
1462003
Spatiotemporal Diversification of the True Frogs (Genus Rana): A Historical Framework for a Widely Studied Group of Model Organisms
ZY Yuan, WW Zhou, X Chen, NA Poyarkov Jr, HM Chen, NH Jang-Liaw, ...
Systematic biology 65 (5), 824-842, 2016
1422016
GEOLOGICAL AND CLIMATIC FORCES DRIVING SPECIATION IN THE CONTINENTALLY DISTRIBUTED TRILLING CHORUS FROGS (PSEUDACRIS)
EM Lemmon, AR Lemmon, DC Cannatella
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 61 (9), 2086-2103, 2007
1402007
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