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Mathieu Woldhuis



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    Diet of Epipedobates flavopictus in a neotropical savanna  

    Intergrating phylogenetics and environmental niche models to explore speciation mechanisms in Dendrobatid frogs atikel over naamgeving van tricolor en dergelijke

     

    Bemerkungen zur Nomenklatur und Taxonomie peruanischer Pfeilgiftfrösche artikel met commentaar op het boek van R. Schulte

     

    Histrionicotoxins: Röntgen-Ray Analysis of the Novel Allenic and Acetylenic Spiroalkaloids Isolated from a Colombian Frog, Dendrobates histrionicus  artikel over de gifstoffen van Dendrobates histrionicus

     

    Dos Especies Nuevas de Dendrobates(Anura: Dendrobatidae) para Peru  Spaans artikel over Dendrobates lamasi

     

    Multiple, recurring origins of aposematism and diet specialization in poison frogs 

     

    Visual mate choice in poison frogs

     

    Molecular phylogenetic evidence for a mimetic radiation in Peruvian posion frogs supports a Müllerian mimicry hypothesis

     

    Spotted Poison Frogs: Descriptions of Three New Dendrobates from Western Amazonia, and Resurrection of a Lost Species from "Chiriqui"

     

    Ridges and rivers:a test of competing hypotheses of amazonian diversification using a dart-posion frog (Epipedobates femoralis)

     

    Convergent evolution of aposematic coloration in Neotropical poison frogs: a molecular phylogenetic perspective

     

    Notes on geographic distribution

     

    The evolution of coloration and toxicity in the poison frog family (Dendrobatidae)

     

    A new poison frog from Manu National Park (E. petersi, E. macero, E bolivianus

     

    A New Poison Frog (Dendrobates) from Andean Colombia, with Notes on a Lowland Relative

     

    On the Type Specimens of Two Colombian Poison Frogs Described by A. A. Berthold (1845), and Their Bearing on the Locality "Provinz Popayan"

     

    The California Academy of Sciences Gulf of Guinea Expedition (2001)

    I. The Taxonomic Status of the Genus Nesionixalus Perret,

    1976 (Anura: Hyperoliidae), Treefrogs of São Tomé and Príncipe, with Comments on the Genus Hyperolius

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    Mathieu Woldhuis



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    05 okt 2007 10:52

    Herpetologica

    Volume 63, Issue 3 (September 2007)

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    Research Articles

    GROWING APART TOGETHER: THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTRASTING SEXUAL SIZE DIMORPHISMS IN SYMPATRIC SCELOPORUS LIZARDS

    Robert M Cox and Henry B John-Alder

    245

    OVIPOSITION, EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH OF THE CAVE SALAMANDER, EURYCEA LUCIFUGA: SURFACE AND SUBTERRANEAN INFLUENCES ON A TROGLOPHILIC SPECIES

    Adam M Ringia and Karen R Lips

    258

    PHYSIOLOGICAL TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN IMMUNITY AND REPRODUCTION IN THE NORTHERN CRICKET FROG (ACRIS CREPITANS)

    Malcolm L McCallum and Stanley E Trauth

    269

    SEASONAL RELIABILITY OF TESTOSTERONE RADIOIMMUNOASSAY (RIA) FOR PREDICTING SEX RATIOS OF JUVENILE LOGGERHEAD (CARETTA CARETTA) TURTLES

    Joanne Braun-Mc, Sheryan P Epperly, David W Owens, Larisa Avens, Erik Williams, and Craig A Harms

    275

    HEMATOLOGY AND SERUM CHEMISTRY OF OZARK AND EASTERN HELLBENDERS (CRYPTOBRANCHUS ALLEGANIENSIS)

    Mauricio E Solís, Janet M Bandeff, and Yue- Huang

    285

    THE EFFECTS OF LIVESTOCK GRAZING ON THE BOG TURTLE [GLYPTEMYS (= CLEMMYS) MUHLENBERGII]

    Jason Tesauro and David Ehrenfeld

    293

    HABITAT SEGREGATION IN TWO SISTER TAXA OF HYLID TREEFROGS

    Margaret S Gunzburger

    301

    ISLAND POPULATIONS OF PHYSALAEMUS PUSTULOSUS: HISTORY INFLUENCES GENETIC DIVERSITY AND MORPHOLOGY

    Kathrin P Lampert, Ximena E Bernal, A Stanley Rand, Ulrich G Mueller, and Michael J Ryan

    311

    DEMOGRAPHY OF AN URBAN POPULATION OF THE TEXAS HORNED LIZARD (PHRYNOSOMA CORNUTUM) IN CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

    Debora A Endriss, Eric C Hellgren, Stanley F Fox, and Raymond W Moody

    320

    CONTACT ZONES AND SPECIES LIMITS: HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN LINEAGES OF THE CALIFORNIA NEWT, TARICHA TOROSA, IN THE SOUTHERN SIERRA NEVADA

    Shawn R Kuchta

    332

    A NEW SPECIES OF PLATYMANTIS (AMPHIBIA: ANURA: RANIDAE) FROM PANAY ISLAND, PHILIPPINES

    Cameron D Siler, Charles W Linkem, Arvin C Diesmos, and Angel C Alcala

    351

    A NEW SPECIES OF TREEFROG OF THE GENUS LITORIA (HYLIDAE) FROM THE LOUISIADE ISLANDS, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

    Fred Kraus

    365

    FOUR NEW SPECIES OF ANOLES (GENUS ANOLIS) FROM THE SERRANÍA DE TABASARÁ, WEST-CENTRAL PANAMA (SQUAMATA: POLYCHROTIDAE)

    Gunther Köhler, Marcos Ponce, Javier Sunyer, and Abel Batista

    375

    A NEW SPECIES OF CHIROMANTIS PETERS 1854 (ANURA: RHACOPHORIDAE) FROM PHNOM SAMKOS IN THE NORTHWESTERN CARDAMOM MOUNTAINS, CAMBODIA

    L Lee Grismer, Neang Thy, Thou Chav, and Jeremy Holden

    392

    SPECIES GROUPS IN THE INDIAN CAECILIAN GENUS URAEOTYPHLUS PETERS (AMPHIBIA: GYMNOPHIONA: URAEOTYPHLIDAE), WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES

    David J Gower and Mark Wilkinson

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    Mathieu Woldhuis



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    30 dec 2007 02:35

    http://www.pnas.org/cgi/reprint/0702851104v1

    Oribatid mites as a major dietary source for alkaloids

    in poison frogs

    Ralph A. Saporito*, Maureen A. Donnelly*, Roy A. Norton, H. Martin Garraffo§, Thomas F. Spande§,

    and John W. Daly†§

     

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