Lee A. Fitzgerald
Lee A. Fitzgerald
Professor & Curator, Dept. Ecology & Conservation Biology, EEB PhD Program, Texas A&M
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The conservation status of the world’s reptiles
M B÷hm, B Collen, JEM Baillie, P Bowles, J Chanson, N Cox, ...
Biological conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
7052013
The importance of phylogenetic scale in tests of Bergmann's and Rapoport's rules: lessons from a clade of South American lizards
FB Cruz, LA Fitzgerald, RE Espinoza, JA Schulte Ii
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18 (6), 1559-1574, 2005
1822005
Abiotic correlates of anuran calling phenology: the importance of rain, temperature, and season
D Saenz, LA Fitzgerald, KA Baum, RN Conner
Herpetological Monographs 20 (1), 64-82, 2006
1772006
Tupinambis lizards in Argentina: implementing management of a traditionally exploited resource
LA Fitzgerald, JM Chani, OE Donadio
Neotropical wildlife use and conservation, 303-316, 1991
921991
Competition, predation, and the distributions of four desert anurans
GH Dayton, LA Fitzgerald
Oecologia 129 (3), 430-435, 2001
882001
The Reptiles of Paraguay: literature, distribution, and an annotated taxonomic checklist
P Cacciali, NJ Scott, AL Aquino OrtÝz, LA Fitzgerald, P Smith
832016
The trade in native and exotic turtles in Texas
CP Ceballos, LA Fitzgerald
Wildlife Society Bulletin 32 (3), 881-892, 2004
772004
The reproductive cycle and the size at maturity of Tupinambis rufescens (Sauria: Teiidae) in the dry Chaco of Argentina
LA Fitzgerald, FB Cruz, G Perotti
Journal of Herpetology, 70-78, 1993
721993
Ontogenetic niche shifts in the American Alligator establish functional connectivity between aquatic systems
AL Subalusky, LA Fitzgerald, LL Smith
Biological Conservation 142 (7), 1507-1514, 2009
712009
Long-term effects of anthropogenic habitat disturbance on a lizard assemblage inhabiting coastal dunes in Argentina
LE Vega, PJ Bellagamba, LA Fitzgerald
Canadian Journal of Zoology 78 (9), 1653-1660, 2000
712000
Collection, trade, and regulation of reptiles and amphibians of the Chihuahuan Desert ecoregion. TRAFFIC North America
LA Fitzgerald, CW Painter, A Reuter, C Hoover
World Wildlife Fund, Washington DC, 2004
67*2004
Habitat suitability models for desert amphibians
GH Dayton, LA Fitzgerald
Biological conservation 132 (1), 40-49, 2006
642006
Tupinambis lizards and people: a sustainable use approach to conservation and development
LA Fitzgerald
Conservation Biology 8 (1), 12-15, 1994
591994
Genetic relationships of American alligator populations distributed across different ecological and geographic scales
WA Ryberg, LA Fitzgerald, RL Honeycutt, JC Cathey
Journal of Experimental Zoology 294 (4), 325-333, 2002
582002
Molecular phylogenetics and conservation of Tupinambis (Sauria: Teiidae)
LA Fitzgerald, JA Cook, AL AQuINO
Copeia, 894-905, 1999
571999
An evaluation of stomach flushing techniques for crocodilians
LA Fitzgerald
Journal of Herpetology 23 (2), 170-172, 1989
551989
The interplay between life history and environmental stochasticity: implications for the management of exploited lizard populations
LA Fitzgerald
American Zoologist 34 (3), 371-381, 1994
541994
Morphological and ecological convergence in two natricine snakes
TJ Hibbitts, LA Fitzgerald
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 85 (3), 363-371, 2005
502005
Phenology of a lizard assemblage in the dry Chaco of Argentina
LA Fitzgerald, FB Cruz, G Perotti
Journal of Herpetology, 526-535, 1999
501999
Morphological correlates of locomotor performance in hatchling Amblyrhynchus cristatus
DB Miles, LA Fitzgerald, HL Snell
Oecologia 103 (2), 261-264, 1995
481995
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