Kate M Hodges
Kate M Hodges
Aquatic Ecologist, Queensland Department of Environment and Science
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Chelodina longicollis (Shaw 1794)–eastern long-necked turtle, common long-necked turtle, common snake-necked turtle
R Kennett, J Roe, K HODGES, A Georges
Chelonian Research Monographs 5, 031.1-031.8, 2009
Remarkably different phylogeographic structure in two closely related lizard species in a zone of sympatry in south‐eastern Australia
KM Hodges, DM Rowell, JS Keogh
Journal of Zoology 272 (1), 64-72, 2007
Biocontrol in Australia: Can a carp herpesvirus (CyHV-3) deliver safe and effective ecological restoration?
RK Kopf, M Boutier, CM Finlayson, K Hodges, P Humphries, A King, ...
Biological Invasions 21, 1857-1870, 2019
Salinity of incubation media influences embryonic development of a freshwater turtle
DS Bower, KM Hodges, A Georges
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 183, 235-241, 2013
Phylogeography of the Australian freshwater turtle Chelodina expansa reveals complex relationships among inland and coastal bioregions
K Hodges, S Donnellan, A Georges
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111 (4), 789-805, 2014
Ecological impacts of invasive carp in Australian dryland rivers
JC Marshall, JJ Blessing, SE Clifford, KM Hodges, PM Negus, AL Steward
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (11), 1870-1889, 2019
Chelodina expansa Gray 1857 – Broad-Shelled Turtle, Giant Snake-Necked Turtle
D Bower, K Hodges
Chelonian Research Monographs, in Conservation Biology of Freshwater Turtles …, 2014
Speciation in the mountains and dispersal by rivers: Molecular phylogeny of Eulamprus water skinks and the biogeography of Eastern Australia
M Pepper, J Sumner, IG Brennan, K Hodges, AR Lemmon, EM Lemmon, ...
Journal of Biogeography 45 (9), 2040-2052, 2018
Microsatellite loci for behavioural studies of rainbow bee‐eaters (Merops ornatus: Aves)
GJ Adcock, K Hodges, CRJ Boland, A Cockburn, D Ebert, R Heinsohn
Molecular Ecology Notes 6 (3), 734-736, 2006
Recent evolutionary history of the Australian freshwater turtles Chelodina expansa and Chelodina longicollis.
KM Hodges
PhD thesis, University of Adelaide, 2016
Significant genetic structure despite high vagility revealed through mitochondrial phylogeography of an Australian freshwater turtle (Chelodina longicollis)
K Hodges, S Donnellan, A Georges
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (11), 1045-1056, 2015
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