David Chapple
David Chapple
Professor & Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Monash University
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Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change and altered thermal niches
B Sinervo, F Mendez-De-La-Cruz, DB Miles, B Heulin, E Bastiaans, ...
Science 328 (5980), 894-899, 2010
The conservation status of the world’s reptiles
M Böhm, B Collen, JEM Baillie, P Bowles, J Chanson, N Cox, ...
Biological conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
Can behavioral and personality traits influence the success of unintentional species introductions?
DG Chapple, SM Simmonds, B Wong
Trends in ecology & evolution 27, 57-64, 2012
Ecology, life-history, and behavior in the Australian scincid genus Egernia, with comments on the evolution of complex sociality in lizards
DG Chapple
Herpetological Monographs 17 (1), 145-180, 2003
Origin, diversification, and systematics of the New Zealand skink fauna (Reptilia: Scincidae)
DG Chapple, PA Ritchie, CH Daugherty
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 52 (2), 470-487, 2009
Phylogeographic divergence in the widespread delicate skink (Lampropholis delicata) corresponds to dry habitat barriers in eastern Australia
D Chapple, C Hoskin, S Chapple, M Thompson
BMC evolutionary biology 11 (1), 191, 2011
Life-history traits and extrinsic threats determine extinction risk in New Zealand lizards
R Tingley, RA Hitchmough, DG Chapple
Biological Conservation 165, 62-68, 2013
Effect of caudal autotomy on locomotor performance in a viviparous skink, Niveoscincus metallicus
DG Chapple, R Swain
Functional Ecology 16 (6), 817-825, 2002
Complex mating system and dispersal patterns in a social lizard, Egernia whitii
DG Chapple, JS Keogh
Molecular Ecology 14 (4), 1215-1227, 2005
It’s a trap: sampling bias due to animal personality is not always inevitable
M Michelangeli, BBM Wong, DG Chapple
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 62-67, 2016
Addressing knowledge gaps in reptile conservation
R Tingley, S Meiri, DG Chapple
Biological Conservation 204, 1-5, 2016
Parallel adaptive radiations in arid and temperate Australia: molecular phylogeography and systematics of the Egernia whitii (Lacertilia: Scincidae) species group
DG Chapple, JS Keogh
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 83 (2), 157-173, 2004
Substantial genetic substructuring in southeastern and alpine Australia revealed by molecular phylogeography of the Egernia whitii (Lacertilia: Scincidae) species group
DG Chapple, JS Keogh, MN Hutchinson
Molecular Ecology 14 (5), 1279-1292, 2005
Know when to run, know when to hide: can behavioral differences explain the divergent invasion success of two sympatric lizards?
DG Chapple, SM Simmonds, B Wong
Ecology and Evolution 1, 278-289, 2011
Group structure and stability in social aggregations of White's skink, Egernia whitii
DG Chapple, J Scott Keogh
Ethology 112 (3), 247-257, 2006
Biases in the current knowledge of threat status in lizards, and bridging the ‘assessment gap’
S Meiri, DG Chapple
Biological Conservation 204, 6-15, 2016
Phylogeography of the spotted skink (Oligosoma lineoocellatum) and green skink (O. chloronoton) species complex (Lacertilia: Scincidae) in New Zealand reveals pre-Pleistocene …
SNJ Greaves, DG Chapple, DM Gleeson, CH Daugherty, PA Ritchie
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45 (2), 729-739, 2007
Comparative phylogeography of three skink species (Oligosoma moco, O. smithi, O. suteri; Reptilia: Scincidae) in northeastern New Zealand
KM Hare, CH Daugherty, DG Chapple
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 46 (1), 303-315, 2008
Distribution of energy reserves in a viviparous skink: Does tail autotomy involve the loss of lipid stores?
DG Chapple, R Swain
Austral Ecology 27 (5), 565-572, 2002
Evaluating the performance of anchored hybrid enrichment at the tips of the tree of life: a phylogenetic analysis of Australian Eugongylus group scincid lizards
MC Brandley, JG Bragg, S Singhal, DG Chapple, CK Jennings, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 15 (1), 1-14, 2015
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