In Press:

Ogden, N., Wilson, J., Richardson, D., Hui, C., Davies, S., Kumschick, S., Le Roux, J., Measey, J., Saul, W.-C., Pulliam, J. (in press) Emerging infectious diseases and biological invasions – a call for a One Health collaboration in science and management. Royal Society Open Science

Measey, J., Basson, A., Rebelo, A., Nunes, A., Vimercati, G., Louw, M., & Mohanty, N.P. (in press) Why have a pet amphibian? Insights from YouTube. Frontiers in Ecology And Evolutiondoi: 10.3389/fevo.2019.00052

Nunes, A.L., Fill, J.M., Davies, S.J., Louw, M., Rebelo, A.D., Thorp, C.J., Vimercati, G. & Measey, J. (in press) A global meta-analysis of the ecological impacts of alien species on native amphibians. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 20182528.

Rebelo, A. & Measey, J. (in press) Locomotor performance constrained by morphology and habitat in a diverse clade of African frogs (Anura: Pyxicephalidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

Wang, S., Hong, Y. & Measey, J. (in press) An established population of African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis) in mainland China. BioInvasions Records 

Mohanty, N.P. & Measey, J. (in press) No survival of native larval frogs in the presence of invasive Indian bullfrog Hoplobatrachus tigerinus tadpoles Biological Invasions

Stark, D., Turner, A., van Rensburg, B.J. & Measey, J. (in press) Population estimation of a cryptic moss frog using acoustic spatially explicit capture recapture. In S.C. Walls and K.M. O’Donnell (Eds.), Strategies for Conservation Success in Herpetology.   Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Herpetological Conservation Series, Vol. 4.

Thorp, C.J., Vonesh, J.R. & Measey, J. (in press) Cannibalism or congeneric predation? The African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis Daudin) preferentially predate on larvae of Cape platannas (X. gilli Rose & Hewitt). African Journal of Ecology DOI:10.1111/aje.12577

Mohanty, N.P. & Measey, J. (in press) Reconstructing biological invasions using public surveys: a new approach to retrospectively assess spatio-temporal changes in invasive spread. Biological Invasions  DOI: 10.1007/s10530-018-1839-4 

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