In Press:

Wagener, C., Kruger, N., Measey, J. (in press) Progeny of Xenopus laevis from altitudinal extremes display adaptive physiological performance. Journal of Experimental Biology

Jubase, N., Shackleton, R., Measey, J. (in press) Motivations and contributions of volunteer groups in the management of invasive alien plants in South Africa’s Western Cape province. Bothalia 

Stevenson, B., van Dam-Bates, P., Young, C.K.Y., Measey, J. (in press) A spatial capture-recapture model to estimate call rate and population density from passive acoustic surveys Methods in Ecology and Evolution

Baxter Gilbert, J.H., Florens F.B., Baider, C., Perianen, Y.D., Citta, D.S., Measey, J. (in press) Toad-kill: Prey diversity and preference of invasive guttural toads (Sclerophrys gutturalis) in Mauritius. African Journal of Ecology

Song, X.Y., Furman, B.L.S., Premachandra, T., Knytl, M., Cauret, C.M.S., Wasonga, V., Measey, J., Dworkin, I., Evans, B.J. (in press) Sex chromosome degeneration, turnover, and sex-biased expression of sex-linked transcripts in African clawed frogs (Xenopus). Philosophical Transactions B. 

Measey, J, Ward-Fear, G (in press) Welfare of amphibian invasions. In Hazel, S (ed.) Amphibian Welfare. Springer, Berlin, pp 

Stark, D., Turner, A., van Rensburg, B.J. & Measey, J. (in press) Population estimation of a cryptic moss frog using acoustic spatially explicit capture recapture. Pages xx–xx in S.C. Walls and K.M. O’Donnell, editors. Strategies for Conservation Success in Herpetology. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, University Heights, OH, USA.   

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