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Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 270
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2024Modification of vertebral regions explains heart position in arboreal colubrids (Serpentes: Colubridae)Nash-Hahn, T.; Stepanova, N.; Davis Rabosky, A.R.; Sherratt, E.
2023In the Year of the Rabbit, spare a thought for all these wonderful endangered bunny speciesSherratt, E.
2023On a tiny Australian island, snakes feasting on seabirds evolved huge jaws in a surprisingly short timePalci, A.; Sherratt, E.; Lee, M.S.Y.
2023Evolutionary transition from surface to subterranean living in Australian water beetles (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae) through adaptive and relaxed selectionZhao, Y.; Guzik, M.; Humphreys, W.; Watts, C.; Cooper, S.; Sherratt, E.
2023Shape and size variation in elapid snake fangs, and the effects of phylogeny and dietPalci, A.; Lee, M.S.Y.; Crowe-Riddell, J.; Sherratt, E.
2023Semicircular canal shape diversity among modern lepidosaurs: Life habit, size, allometryLatimer, A.; Sherratt, E.; Bonnet, T.; Scheyer, T.
2023Multilevel analysis of integration and disparity in the mammalian skullSherratt, E.; Kraatz, B.
2023Island tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus) gain a ‘head start’ in life: how both adaptation and evolution underlie skull shape differencesAmmresh,; Sherratt, E.; Thomson, V.A.; Lee, M.S.Y.; Dunstan, N.; Allen, L.; Abraham, J.; Palci, A.
2023Elucidating the morphology and ecology of Eoandromeda octobrachiata from the Ediacaran of South AustraliaBotha, T.; Sherratt, E.; Droser, M.; Gehling, J.; Garcia-Bellido, D.
2022Anatomical correlates of cursoriality are compromised by body size and propensity to burrow in a group of small mammals (Lagomorpha)Martin, E.; Young, J.; Fellman, C.; Kraatz, B.; Sherratt, E.
2022Diversity, distribution, and natural history of the marine snakes of Sri LankaUkuwela, K.D.B.; de Silva, A.; Sivaruban, A.; Sanders, K.L.
2022A comparison of ecomorphology between introduced and native Australian dung beetlesHarvey, A.; Sherratt, E.; Deakin, J.
2022[PLEASE UPDATE Auth Aff] Ontogenetic allometry underlies trophic diversity in sea turtles (Chelonioidea)Chatterji, R.; Sherratt, E.; Hipsley, C.; Hutchinson, M.; Jones, M.
2022Welfare Assessment Tools in Zoos: From Theory to PracticeJones, N.; Sherwen, S.; Robbins, R.; McLelland, D.; Whittaker, A.
2022Cranial shape variation in domestication: a pilot study on the case of rabbitsGeiger, M.; Sánchez-Villagra, M.; Sherratt, E.
2022Ontogenetic shift in diet of a large elapid snake is facilitated by allometric change in skull morphologyPatterson, M.; Wolfe, A.; Fleming, P.; Bateman, P.W.; Sherratt, E.; Warburton, N.
2022Macroevolution in axial morphospace: innovations accompanying the transition to marine environments in elapid snakesSherratt, E.; Nash-Hahn, T.; Nankivell, J.; Rasmussen, A.R.; Hampton, P.M.; Sanders, K.
2022Down a rabbit hole: Burrowing behaviour and larger home ranges are related to larger brains in LeporidsTodorov, O.; Hird, C.; Kraatz, B.; Sherratt, E.; Hill, N.; de Sousa, A.; Blomberg, S.; Weisbecker, V.
2021Identification of animal-based welfare indicators in captive reptiles: a Delphi consultation surveyWhittaker, A.; Golder-Dewar, B.; Triggs, J.; Sherwen, S.; McLelland, D.
2021Consistent after all: behavioural repeatability in a long-lived lizard across a 6-year field studyPayne, E.; Sinn, D.L.; Spiegel, O.; Leu, S.T.; Gardner, M.G.; Godfrey, S.S.; Wohlfeil, C.; Sih, A.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 270