Kate Laura Sanders

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School of Biological Sciences University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
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Simões BF, Gower DJ, Rasmussen AR, et al. (2020) Spectral Diversification and Trans-Species Allelic Polymorphism during the Land-to-Sea Transition in Snakes. Current Biology : Cb
Nankivell JH, Goiran C, Hourston M, et al. (2020) A new species of turtle-headed sea Snake (Emydocephalus: Elapidae) endemic to Western Australia. Zootaxa. 4758: zootaxa.4758.1.6
Sherratt E, Sanders KL. (2019) Patterns of intracolumnar size variation inform the heterochronic mechanisms underlying extreme body shape divergence in microcephalic sea snakes. Evolution & Development
Palci A, Seymour RS, Van Nguyen C, et al. (2019) Novel vascular plexus in the head of a sea snake (Elapidae, Hydrophiinae) revealed by high-resolution computed tomography and histology. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 191099
Chapuis L, Kerr CC, Collin SP, et al. (2019) Underwater hearing in sea snakes (Hydrophiinae): first evidence of auditory evoked potential thresholds. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222
Crowe-Riddell JM, Williams R, Chapuis L, et al. (2019) Ultrastructural evidence of a mechanosensory function of scale organs (sensilla) in sea snakes (Hydrophiinae). Royal Society Open Science. 6: 182022
Sherratt E, Sanders KL, Watson A, et al. (2019) Heterochronic shifts mediate ecomorphological convergence in skull shape of microcephalic sea snakes. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Sherratt E, Coutts FJ, Rasmussen AR, et al. (2019) Vertebral evolution and ontogenetic allometry: The developmental basis of extreme body shape divergence in microcephalic sea snakes. Evolution & Development
Crowe-Riddell JM, Simões BF, Partridge JC, et al. (2019) Phototactic tails: Evolution and molecular basis of a novel sensory trait in sea snakes. Molecular Ecology
Sherratt E, Rasmussen AR, Sanders KL. (2018) Trophic specialization drives morphological evolution in sea snakes. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 172141
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