Kyle Shaney

University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, United States 
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Shaney KJ, Harvey MB, Hamidy A, et al. (2020) Phylogeny and biogeography of Sumatra´s cloud forest lizards of the genus and status of . Zookeys. 995: 127-153
O'Connell KA, Oaks JR, Hamidy A, et al. (2020) Impacts of the Toba eruption and montane forest expansion on diversification in Sumatran parachuting frogs (Rhacophorus). Molecular Ecology
Shaney KJ, Maldonado J, Smart U, et al. (2020) Phylogeography of montane dragons could shed light on the history of forests and diversification processes on Sumatra. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 106840
Harvey MB, Shaney K, Hamidy A, et al. (2017) A new species of Pseudocalotes (Squamata: Agamidae) from the Bukit Barisan Range of Sumatra with an Estimation of its phylogeny. Zootaxa. 4276: 215-232
Shaney KJ, Wostl E, Hamidy A, et al. (2016) Conservation challenges regarding species status assessments in biogeographically complex regions: examples from overexploited reptiles of Indonesia Oryx. 1-12
Shaney KJ, Adams R, Kurniawan N, et al. (2016) A suite of potentially amplifiable microsatellite loci for ten reptiles of conservation concern from Africa and Asia Conservation Genetics Resources. 8: 307-311
Reyes-Velasco J, Card DC, Andrew AL, et al. (2015) Expression of venom gene homologs in diverse python tissues suggests a new model for the evolution of snake venom. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 173-83
Streicher JW, Hamidy A, Harvey MB, et al. (2014) Mitochondrial DNA reveals a new species of parachuting frog (Rhacophoridae: Rhacophorus) from Sumatra. Zootaxa. 3878: 351-65
Harvey MB, Hamidy A, Kurniawan N, et al. (2014) Three new species of Pseudocalotes (Squamata: Agamidae) from southern Sumatra, Indonesia. Zootaxa. 3841: 211-38
Castoe TA, De Koning APJ, Hall KT, et al. (2014) The Burmese python genome reveals the molecular basis for extreme adaptation in snakes (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013) 110, 51, (20645-20650) DOI: 10.1073/pnas. 1314475110) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 3194
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