Laurie Vitt

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Zoology University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, United States 
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Pelegrin N, Winemiller KO, Vitt LJ, et al. (2021) How do lizard niches conserve, diverge or converge? Further exploration of saurian evolutionary ecology. Bmc Ecology and Evolution. 21: 149
Marshall BM, Freed P, Vitt LJ, et al. (2020) An inventory of online reptile images. Zootaxa. 4896: zootaxa.4896.2.6
Pinto BJ, Colli GR, Higham TE, et al. (2018) Population genetic structure and species delimitation of a widespread, Neotropical dwarf gecko. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 133: 54-66
Diele-Viegas LM, Vitt LJ, Sinervo B, et al. (2018) Thermal physiology of Amazonian lizards (Reptilia: Squamata). Plos One. 13: e0192834
Pianka ER, Vitt LJ, Pelegrin N, et al. (2017) Toward a Periodic Table of Niches, or Exploring the Lizard Niche Hypervolume. The American Naturalist. 190: 601-616
Mesquita DO, Costa GC, Colli GR, et al. (2016) Life-History Patterns of Lizards of the World. The American Naturalist. 187: 689-705
Colston TJ, Grazziotin FG, Shepard DB, et al. (2013) Molecular systematics and historical biogeography of tree boas (Corallus spp.). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 66: 953-9
Chen X, Huang S, Guo P, et al. (2013) Understanding the formation of ancient intertropical disjunct distributions using Asian and Neotropical hinged-teeth snakes (Sibynophis and Scaphiodontophis: Serpentes: Colubridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 66: 254-61
Goldberg SR, Bursey CR, Vitt LJ, et al. (2013) Intestinal Helminths of the Wandering Grass Lizard, Cnemidophorus gramivagus (Squamata: Teiidae), from Brazil Comparative Parasitology. 80: 301-303
Bursey CR, Goldberg SR, Vitt LJ. (2012) Helminths of Cnemidophorus ruthveni (Squamata: Teiidae) from Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, with description of a new species of Alaeuris (Nematoda: Pharyngodonidae). The Journal of Parasitology. 98: 795-800
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