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Ecology and morphology of the dwarf bromeliad boa ungaliophis panamensis (Squamata, boidae, ungaliophiinae) in Costa Rica and Panama (2021)
Journal Article
Lewis, T. R., Griffin, R. K., Martin, I. M., Figueroa, A., Ray, J. M., Feltham, J., & Grant, P. B. (2021). Ecology and morphology of the dwarf bromeliad boa ungaliophis panamensis (Squamata, boidae, ungaliophiinae) in Costa Rica and Panama. Neotropical Biology and Conservation, 16(2), 317-331. https://doi.org/10.3897/neotropical.16.e57872

Ecological and morphological data on Ungaliophis panamensis is extremely limited as this species is rarely encountered. These knowledge gaps have been advanced in this study where data was analysed from a small sample of snakes collected in two tropi... Read More about Ecology and morphology of the dwarf bromeliad boa ungaliophis panamensis (Squamata, boidae, ungaliophiinae) in Costa Rica and Panama.

Assessing bird collisions in the United Kingdom: Modelling frequency of bird-strike from road and rail mortality using a Bayesian hierarchical approach (2020)
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Freire, S., Read, L., & Lewis, T. R. (2020). Assessing bird collisions in the United Kingdom: Modelling frequency of bird-strike from road and rail mortality using a Bayesian hierarchical approach. Kingston Maurward College

Roads are an important way to transport people and goods, but they sometimes have negative impacts on wildlife. One of the leading causes of mortality for several species is identified as road strikes, and the most significant remains bird-vehicle co... Read More about Assessing bird collisions in the United Kingdom: Modelling frequency of bird-strike from road and rail mortality using a Bayesian hierarchical approach.