Alison Gainsbury
TitleCited byYear
Lizard Assemblages from Natural Cerrado Enclaves in Southwestern Amazonia: The Role of Stochastic Extinctions and Isolation.
AM Gainsbury, GR Colli
Biotropica 35 (4), 503-519, 2003
A new species of Cnemidophorus (Squamata, Teiidae) from the Cerrado biome in central Brazil.
Colli, G. R., Caldwell, J. P., Costa, G. C., Gainsbury, A. M., Garda, A. A ...
Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History 14, 1-14, 2003
Microhabitat Variation Explains Local‐scale Distribution of Terrestrial Amazonian Lizards in Rondônia, Western Brazil.
AA Garda, HC Wiederhecker, AM Gainsbury, GC Costa, RA Pyron, ...
Biotropica 45 (2), 245-252, 2013
Population density-range size relationship revisited.
M Novosolov, GH Rodda, AC North, SH Butchart, O Tallowin, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (10), 1088-1097, 2017
The latitudinal diversity gradient and interspecific competition: no global relationship between lizard dietary niche breadth and species richness.
AM Gainsbury, S Meiri
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (5), 563-572, 2017
Effects of abandoned Eucalyptus plantations on lizard communities in the Brazilian Cerrado.
AM Gainsbury, GR Colli
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (13), 3155-3170, 2014
Dietary niche variation and its relationship to lizard population density.
M Novosolov, GH Rodda, AM Gainsbury, S Meiri
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 285-292, 2018
An updated global dataset for diet preferences in terrestrial mammals: testing the validity of extrapolation.
AM Gainsbury, OJS Tallowin, S Meiri
Mammal Review 48 (3), 160-167, 2018
Phylogenetic community structure as an ecological indicator of anthropogenic disturbance for endemic lizards in a biodiversity hotspot
AM Gainsbury, GR Colli
Ecological Indicators 103, 766-773, 2019
Brazilian central Cerrado lizards in introduced Eucalyptus plantations: human mediated habitat disturbance effects from community diversity to population divergence
AM Gainsbury
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