David C. Blackburn

University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Evolution, amphibian biology
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Keeffe R, Blackburn DC. (2022) Diversity and function of the fused anuran radioulna. Journal of Anatomy
Lemierre A, Blackburn DC. (2022) A new genus and species of frog from the Kem Kem (Morocco), the second neobatrachian from Cretaceous Africa. Peerj. 10: e13699
Essner RL, Pereira REE, Blackburn DC, et al. (2022) Semicircular canal size constrains vestibular function in miniaturized frogs. Science Advances. 8: eabn1104
Poo S, Whitfield SM, Shepack A, et al. (2022) Bridging the Research Gap between Live Collections in Zoos and Preserved Collections in Natural History Museums. Bioscience. 72: 449-460
Hantak MM, Federico NA, Blackburn DC, et al. (2021) Rapid phenotypic change in a polymorphic salamander over 43 years. Scientific Reports. 11: 22681
Paluh DJ, Dillard WA, Stanley EL, et al. (2021) Re-evaluating the morphological evidence for the re-evolution of lost mandibular teeth in frogs. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Jaynes KE, Myers EA, Gvoždík V, et al. (2021) Giant Tree Frog diversification in West and Central Africa: isolation by physical barriers, climate, and reproductive traits. Molecular Ecology
Rivera-Correa M, Baldo D, Candioti FV, et al. (2021) Amphibians in Zootaxa: 20 years documenting the global diversity of frogs, salamanders, and caecilians. Zootaxa. 4979: 5769
Neira-Salamea K, Ofori-Boateng C, Kouam NG, et al. (2021) A new critically endangered slippery frog (Amphibia, Conrauidae, Conraua) from the Atewa Range, central Ghana. Zootaxa. 4995: 71-95
Paluh DJ, Riddell K, Early CM, et al. (2021) Rampant tooth loss across 200 million years of frog evolution. Elife. 10
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