James Barr
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Spatial and temporal patterns of reptile roadkill in the north-west Australian tropics
H Hastings, J Barr, PW Bateman
Pacific Conservation Biology, 2019
82019
Increased tail length in the King’s skink, Egernia kingii (Reptilia: Scincidae): an anti-predation tactic for juveniles?
JI Barr, R Somaweera, SS Godfrey, PW Bateman
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126 (2), 268-275, 2019
72019
Re-regeneration to reduce negative effects associated with tail loss in lizards
JI Barr, CA Boisvert, R Somaweera, K Trinajstic, PW Bateman
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-6, 2019
52019
Amblyrhynchus cristatus (Marine Iguana). Tail regeneration and bifurcation
J Barr, LN Gilson, DF Sanchez Garzon, PW Bateman
Herpetological Review 50 (3), 567, 2019
42019
When one tail isn't enough: abnormal caudal regeneration in lepidosaurs and its potential ecological impacts
JI Barr, R Somaweera, SS Godfrey, MG Gardner, PW Bateman
Biological Reviews 95 (5), 1479-1496, 2020
32020
Adaptive ecology of the King’s skink, Egernia kingii, in response to varying levels of predation risk, with a focus on caudal autotomy
JI Barr
Curtin University, 2020
2020
Egernia kingii (King’s Skink). Tail bifurcation
J Barr, PW Bateman
Herpetological Review 51 (2), 331, 2020
2020
Predation of a Buff-banded Rail Hypotaenidia philippensis by Australian Ravens Corvus coronoides on Penguin Island,Western Australia
JI Barr
Australian Field Ornithology 36, 93-94, 2019
2019
Ctenotus Fallens (West Coast Ctenotus): Anomalous death through use of modelling clay for research
J Barr, R Somaweera, PW Bateman
Herpetological Review 49 (2), 327-328, 2018
2018
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