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    • An ambusher’s arsenal: chemical crypsis in the puff adder (Bitis arietans) 

      Miller, Ashadee Kay; Maritz, Bryan; McKay, Shannon; Glaudas, Xavier; Alexander, Graham J. (The Royal Society, 2015)
      Ambush foragers use a hunting strategy that places them at risk of predation by both visual and olfaction-oriented predators. Resulting selective pressures have driven the evolution of impressive visual crypsis in many ...
    • Conservation status and threats for African reptiles 

      Tolley, Krystal A.; Alexander, Graham J.; Branch, William R.; Bowles, Philip; Maritz, Bryan (Elsevier, 2016)
      The assimilation of information on taxonomy, distribution, basic ecology and conservation status of Africa's reptiles lags far behind that for most other continents. Many regions of mainland Africa are rarely surveyed, ...
    • Scale-dependent orientation in movement paths: a case study of an African viper 

      Maritz, Bryan; Alexander, Graham J. (Wiley, 2016)
      Decisions relating to the orientation of movement by animals and how this translates into movement patterns can occur at multiple spatial scales simultaneously, but this interaction is poorly understood for many groups of ...