Edward Stanley, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2013-2015 Herpetology California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA, United States 
 2015- Herpetology Florida Museum of Natural History 
Area:
Systematics, Herpetology
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Essner RL, Pereira REE, Blackburn DC, et al. (2022) Semicircular canal size constrains vestibular function in miniaturized frogs. Science Advances. 8: eabn1104
Čerňanský A, Stanley EL, Daza JD, et al. (2022) A new Early Cretaceous lizard in Myanmar amber with exceptionally preserved integument. Scientific Reports. 12: 1660
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
Bell CJ, Daza JD, Stanley EL, et al. (2021) Unveiling the elusive: X-rays bring scolecophidian snakes out of the dark. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Laver RJ, Daza JD, Ellis RJ, et al. (2021) Underground Down Under: Skull anatomy of the southern blind snake Anilios australis Gray, 1845 (Typhlopidae: Serpentes: Squamata). Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Bolet A, Stanley EL, Daza JD, et al. (2021) Unusual morphology in the mid-Cretaceous lizard Oculudentavis. Current Biology : Cb
Paluh DJ, Riddell K, Early CM, et al. (2021) Rampant tooth loss across 200 million years of frog evolution. Elife. 10
Bardua C, Fabre AC, Clavel J, et al. (2021) Size, microhabitat, and loss of larval feeding drive cranial diversification in frogs. Nature Communications. 12: 2503
Feiner N, Jackson ISC, Stanley EL, et al. (2021) Evolution of the locomotor skeleton in Anolis lizards reflects the interplay between ecological opportunity and phylogenetic inertia. Nature Communications. 12: 1525
Nielsen SV, Conradie W, Ceríaco LMP, et al. (2020) A new species of Rain Frog (Brevicipitidae, ) endemic to Angola. Zookeys. 979: 133-160
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