S D Biju
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The impact of conservation on the status of the world’s vertebrates
M Hoffmann, C Hilton-Taylor, A Angulo, M B÷hm, TM Brooks, ...
science 330 (6010), 1503-1509, 2010
Global patterns of diversification in the history of modern amphibians
K Roelants, DJ Gower, M Wilkinson, SP Loader, SD Biju, K Guillaume, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (3), 887-892, 2007
New frog family from India reveals an ancient biogeographical link with the Seychelles
SD Biju, F Bossuyt
Nature 425 (6959), 711-714, 2003
Gradual adaptation toward a range-expansion phenotype initiated the global radiation of toads
I Van Bocxlaer, SP Loader, K Roelants, SD Biju, M Menegon, F Bossuyt
Science 327 (5966), 679-682, 2010
Late Cretaceous vicariance in Gondwanan amphibians
I Van Bocxlaer, K Roelants, SD Biju, J Nagaraju, F Bossuyt
PLoS One 1 (1), e74, 2006
A synopsis to the frog fauna of the Western Ghats, India
SD Biju
ISCB. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Biju_S_D 1, 1-24, 2001
Toad radiation reveals into-India dispersal as a source of endemism in the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot
SDB Ines Van Bocxlaer, SP Loader, F Bossuyt
BMC evolutionary Biology 9 (1), 131, 2009
Systematics and phylogeny of Philautus. Gistel, 1848 (Anura, Rhacophoridae) in the Western Ghats of India, with descriptions of 12 new species
SD Biju, F Bossuyt
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 155 (2), 374-444, 2009
The impact of anchored phylogenomics and taxon sampling on phylogenetic inference in narrow‐mouthed frogs (Anura, Microhylidae)
PLV Peloso, DR Frost, SJ Richards, MT Rodrigues, S Donnellan, ...
Cladistics 32 (2), 113-140, 2016
Discovery of a new family of amphibians from northeast India with ancient links to Africa
RG Kamei, DS Mauro, DJ Gower, I Van Bocxlaer, E Sherratt, A Thomas, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1737), 2396-2401, 2012
A ground-dwelling rhacophorid frog from the highest mountain peak of the Western Ghats of India
SD Biju, Y Shouche, A Dubois, SK Dutta, F Bossuyt
Current Science 98, 1119-1125, 2010
A new genus and species of Ranidae (Amphibia, Anura) from south-western India
SDB Dubois A, Ohler A
Alytes 19, 53-79, 2001
A taxonomic review of the Night Frog genus Nyctibatrachus Boulenger, 1882 in the Western Ghats, India (Anura: Nyctibatrachidae) with description of twelve new species
FB S.D. Biju, I.V. Bocxlaer, S. Mahony, K.P. Dinesh, Radhakrishnan ...
Zootaxa 3029 (3029), 1-96, 2011
DNA barcoding reveals unprecedented diversity in Dancing Frogs of India (Micrixalidae, Micrixalus): a taxonomic revision with description of 14 new species
SD Biju, S Garg, KV Gururaja, Y S, S W. A.
Ceylon Journal of Science (Bio. Sci.) 43 (1), 1-87, 2014
DNA barcoding, phylogeny and systematics of Golden-backed frogs (Hylarana, Ranidae) of the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot, with the description of seven new species
SD Biju, S Garg, S Mahony, N Wijayathilaka, G Senevirathne, ...
Contributions to Zoology 83 (4), 269-335, 2014
Three new species of horned frogs, Megophrys (Amphibia: Megophryidae), from northeast India, with a resolution to the identity of Megophrys boettgeri populations reported fromá…
S Mahony, EC Teeling, SD Biju
Zootaxa 3722 (2), 143-169, 2013
Evolutionary History of the Asian Horned Frogs (Megophryinae): Integrative Approaches to Timetree Dating in the Absence of a Fossil Record
ECT S Mahony, NM Foley, SD Biju
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2017
Vocal Behavior of the Ponmudi Bush Frog (Raorchestes graminirupes): Repertoire and Individual Variation
RSSDB Mark A. Bee
Herpetologica 69, 22-35, 2013
Mountain-associated clade endemism in an ancient frog family (Nyctibatrachidae) on the Indian subcontinent
IV Bocxlaer, SD Biju, B Willaert, VB Giri, YS Shouche, F Bossuyt
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2011
Two new endemic genera and a new species of toad (Anura: Bufonidae) from the Western Ghats of India
SD Biju, I Van Bocxlaer, VB Giri, SP Loader, F Bossuyt
BMC research notes 2 (1), 241, 2009
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