In Press:

Araspin, L., J. Measey and A. Herrel (accepted pending revision) Does aquatic performance predict terrestrial performance: a case study with an aquatic frog, Xenopus laevis. Journal of Experimental Biology

Van Blerk, D., Melotto, A., Pegg, J., Measey, J. (in press) Invasive fishes negatively impact ghost frog tadpole abundance. BioInvasions Records 12 pdf

Vimercati, G., Britton, R., Evans, T., Measey, J., Mohanty, N.P., Volery, L. (in press) The impact of invasive alien vertebrates on native insects. In Biological Invasions and Global Insect Decline (eds. Rodriguez, J., Pycek, P., Novoa, A.) Academic Press, San Diego.

Araspin, L., Wagener, C., Padilla, P., Herrel, A., Measey, J. (in press) Shifts in the thermal dependence of locomotor performance across an altitudinal gradient in native populations of Xenopus laevis. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology Journal 

Jordaan, P., Measey, J., Combrink, X. & Hanekom, C. (in press) Reassessing fossorial herpetofaunal density in sand forest following declines of mesoherbivore populations. African Journal of Ecology.

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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