Book Chapters

Davies, S.J., Measey, G.J., Du Plessis, D. & Richardson, D.M.  (2016) Science and education at the Centre for Invasion Biology. In: P. Castro, U.M. Azeiteiro, P. Bacelar-Nicolau, W. Leal Filho, A.M. Azul (Eds.) Biodiversity and Education for Sustainable Development, Springer, World Sustainability Series. pp 93-105. Springer Nature. pdf

Tolley, K.A., Bowie, R.C.K., Measey, G.J., Price, B.W. and Forest, F. (2014) The shifting landscape of genes since the Pliocene: terrestrial phylogeography in the Greater Cape Floristic Region In: Fynbos: ecology, evolution, and conservation of a megadiverse region. (eds. Allsopp, N., Colville, J.F., Verboom, G.A.) pp 143-163. Oxford University Press.

Colville, J.C., Potts, A.J., Bradshaw, P.L., Measey, G.J., Snijman, D., Picker, M.D., ProcheŞ, S., Bowie, R.C.K. and Manning, J.C. (2014) Floristic and faunal Cape biochoria: do they exist? In: Fynbos: ecology, evolution, and conservation of a megadiverse region. (eds. Allsopp, N., Colville, J.F., Verboom, G.A.) pp 73-93. Oxford University Press.

Measey, G.J. (2014) Family: Amphisbaenidae. In Bates, M.F., Branch, W.R., Bauer, A.M., Burger, M., Marais, J., Alexander, G.J. & de Villiers, M.S. (eds). Atlas and Red List of the Reptiles of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Suricata 1 Pp 148-157. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa.

Measey, G.J. & Branch, W.R. (2014) Family: Typhlopidae. In Bates, M.F., Branch, W.R., Bauer, A.M., Burger, M., Marais, J., Alexander, G.J. & de Villiers, M.S. (eds). Atlas and Red List of the Reptiles of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Suricata 1 Pp 310-317. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa.

Measey, G.J., Raselimanana, A., & Herrel, A. (2013). Ecology and Life History. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. & Herrel, A. (eds). Pp 85-113. United States of America: University of California Press

Jenkins, R., Measey, G.J., Anderson, C.V. & Tolley, K.A. (2013). Chameleon Conservation. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. & Herrel, A. (eds). Pp 193-216. United States of America: University of California Press

Measey, G.J. & de Villiers, A. (2011) Conservation introduction of the Cape platanna within the Western Cape, South Africa. In Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2011. More case studies from around the globe. (ed P.S. Soorae), pp 91-93. Gland, Switzerland.

Angulo, A., Hoffmann, M. & Measey, G.J. (2011). Introduction: Conservation assessments of the amphibians of South Africa and the world. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 1-9. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Channing, A., Measey, G.J., Minter, L.R. & Harvey, J. (2011). Understanding and documenting species diversity. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 12-17. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Measey, G.J., Weldon, C., Morgan, D., Channing, A., Harvey, J. & Turner, A.A. (2011). Conservation and ecological studies. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: A strategy for conservation research(ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 18-28. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Measey, G.J., Minter, L.R. & Turner, A.A. (2011). Assessing status and trends. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 29-36. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Tolley, K.A., Minter, L.R., Harvey, J., Tarrant, J. & Measey, G.J. (2011). Education, awareness and capacity building. In: Ensuring a future for South Africa’s frogs: a strategy for conservation research. (ed. G.J. Measey), pp. 37-41. SANBI Biodiversity Series 19. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). Xenopus laevis: una perspectiva sobre invasiones globales. In:  Antecedentessobre labiologia de Xenopus laevis y su introduccion en Chile, 3-8. Solis, R., Lobos, G. & Irirarte, A. (eds). Santiago: Maval Ltda. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). The Genus Xenopus (Wagler 1827). In:  Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs ofSouth Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, 258-259. Minter, L.R. et al. (eds). Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). Species account: Xenopusmuelleri (Peters 1844). In:  Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs ofSouth Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, 264-266. Minter, L.R. et al. (eds). Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. pdf

Measey, G.J. (2004). Species account: Xenopuslaevis (Daudin 1802). In:  Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs ofSouth Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, 266-267. Minter, L.R. et al. (eds). Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. pdf