Oliver Tallowin
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The global distribution of tetrapods reveals a need for targeted reptile conservation. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1: 1677–1682
U Roll, A Feldman, M Novosolov, A Allison, A Bauer, R Bernard, M Bohm, ...
Extinct, obscure or imaginary: the lizard species with the smallest ranges
S Meiri, AM Bauer, A Allison, F Castro‐Herrera, L Chirio, G Colli, I Das, ...
Diversity and Distributions 24 (2), 262-273, 2018
Areas of global importance for conserving terrestrial biodiversity, carbon and water
M Jung, A Arnell, X De Lamo, S García-Rangel, M Lewis, J Mark, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (11), 1499-1509, 2021
Late Quaternary reptile extinctions: size matters, insularity dominates
A Slavenko, OJS Tallowin, Y Itescu, P Raia, S Meiri
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (11), 1308-1320, 2016
Patterns of species richness, endemism and environmental gradients of African reptiles
A Lewin, A Feldman, AM Bauer, J Belmaker, DG Broadley, L Chirio, ...
Journal of biogeography 43 (12), 2380-2390, 2016
Early insularity and subsequent mountain uplift were complementary drivers of diversification in a Melanesian lizard radiation (Gekkonidae: Cyrtodactylus)
OJS Tallowin, K Tamar, S Meiri, A Allison, F Kraus, SJ Richards, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 125, 29-39, 2018
Papua New Guinea terrestrial‐vertebrate richness: Elevation matters most for all except reptiles
O Tallowin, A Allison, AC Algar, F Kraus, S Meiri
Journal of Biogeography 44 (8), 1734-1744, 2017
Population density–range size relationship revisited
M Novosolov, GH Rodda, AC North, SHM Butchart, OJS Tallowin, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (10), 1088-1097, 2017
An updated global data set for diet preferences in terrestrial mammals: testing the validity of extrapolation
AM Gainsbury, OJS Tallowin, S Meiri
Mammal Review 48 (3), 160-167, 2018
The other side of the Sahulian coin: biogeography and evolution of Melanesian forest dragons (Agamidae)
OJS Tallowin, S Meiri, SC Donnellan, SJ Richards, CC Austin, PM Oliver
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129 (1), 99-113, 2020
The global biogeography of lizard functional groups
E Vidan, M Novosolov, AM Bauer, FC Herrera, L Chirio, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (10), 2147-2158, 2019
Conservation status of the world's skinks (Scincidae): Taxonomic and geographic patterns in extinction risk
DG Chapple, U Roll, M Böhm, R Aguilar, AP Amey, CC Austin, M Baling, ...
Biological Conservation 257, 109101, 2021
Cryptic diversity and non-adaptive radiation of montane New Guinea skinks (Papuascincus; Scincidae)
A Slavenko, K Tamar, OJS Tallowin, A Allison, F Kraus, S Carranza, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 146, 106749, 2020
An extremely large spur-thighed tortoise male (Testudo graeca) from Măcin Mountains National Park, Romania
D Cogălniceanu, C Samoilă, M Tudor, O Tallowin
Herpetology notes 3, 45-48, 2010
Rueppel's snake-eyed skink, Ablepharus rueppellii (Gray, 1839)(Reptilia: Squamata: Scincidae): distribution extension and geographic range in Israel
U Roll, O Tallowin, D Berkowic, E Maza, Y Ostrometzky, A Slavenko, ...
Check List 9 (2), 458-464, 2013
What is the reality of wildlife trade volume? Understanding CITES trade data—A response to Berec et al.
A Pavitt, C Stafford, O Tallowin, E Vovk, B Price, S Banks, P Sinovas, ...
Biological Conservation 230, 195-196, 2019
Revision of the montane New Guinean skink genus Lobulia (Squamata: Scincidae), with the description of four new genera and nine new species
A Slavenko, K Tamar, OJS Tallowin, F Kraus, A Allison, S Carranza, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 195 (1), 220-278, 2022
Further records of Reptiles and Amphibians utilising Ant Plant (Rubiaceae) Domatia in New Guinea.
PM Oliver
Herpetology Notes 8, 239-241, 2015
NatureMap Priority maps to Areas of global importance for conserving terrestrial biodiversity, carbon, and water
M Jung, A Arnell, X de Lamo, S Garcia-Rangel, M Lewis, J Mark, C Merow, ...
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), 2021
Unveiling the lizards of New Zealand
OJS Tallowin
Frontiers of Biogeography 9 (1), 2017
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