Greg Johnston
Greg Johnston
Honorary Research Associate, South Australian Museum
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Evolution of color variation in dragon lizards: quantitative tests of the role of crypsis and local adaptation
DM Stuart‐Fox, A Moussalli, GR Johnston, IPF Owens
Evolution 58 (7), 1549-1559, 2004
Recognition of pheromones from group members in a gregarious lizard, Egernia stokesii
CM Bull, CL Griffin, EJ Lanham, GR Johnston
Journal of Herpetology 34 (2), 92-99, 2000
Group living in squamate reptiles: a review of evidence for stable aggregations
MG Gardner, SK Pearson, GR Johnston, MP Schwarz
Biological Reviews 91 (4), 925-936, 2016
Vibrational signaling in the agonistic interactions of red-eyed treefrogs
MS Caldwell, GR Johnston, JG McDaniel, KM Warkentin
Current Biology 20 (11), 1012-1017, 2010
Increasingly inequitable distribution of general practitioners in Australia, 1986–96
G Johnston, D Wilkinson
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 25 (1), 66-70, 2001
Experience overrides colour in lizard contests
DM Stuart-Fox, GR Johnston
Behaviour 142, 329-350, 2005
Olfactory discrimination in scat-piling lizards
CM Bull, CL Griffin, GR Johnston
Behavioral Ecology 10 (2), 136-140, 1999
Colouration affects heating and cooling in three colour morphs of the Australian bluetongue lizard, Tiliqua scincoides
MRS Geen, GR Johnston
Journal of Thermal Biology 43, 54-60, 2014
Species of street tree is important for southern hemisphere bird trophic guilds
KM Young, CB Daniels, G Johnston
Austral Ecology 32 (5), 541-550, 2007
The diet of the feral cat (Felis catus), red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and dog (Canis familiaris) over a three-year period at Witchelina Reserve, in arid South Australia
J Woinarski, S South, P Drummond, G Johnston, A Nankivell
Australian Mammalogy, 2017
Conservation status of the world's skinks (Scincidae): Taxonomic and geographic patterns in extinction risk
DG Chapple, U Roll, M Böhm, R Aguilar, AP Amey, CC Austin, M Baling, ...
Biological Conservation 257, 109101, 2021
Sexual dimorphism and ecology of the gecko, Ptyodactylus guttatus
G Johnston, A Bouskila
Journal of Herpetology 41 (3), 506-513, 2007
A new egg-guarding species of Oreophryne (Amphibia, Anura, Microhylidae) from southern Papua New Guinea
R Gunther, SJ Richards, D Bickford, GR Johnston
Zoosystematics and Evolution 88 (2), 225-232, 2012
Predation by snakes thwarts trial reintroduction of the Endangered woma python Aspidites ramsayi
JL Read, GR Johnston, TP Morley
Oryx 45 (4), 505-512, 2011
Morphology and allometry suggest multiple origins of rostral appendages in S ri Lankan agamid lizards
GR Johnston, MSY Lee, TD Surasinghe
Journal of Zoology 289 (1), 1-9, 2013
Genetic and seasonal variation in body colour of the Australian death, adder, Acanthophis antarcticus (Squamata: Elapidae)
G Johnston
Journal of Zoology 239 (1), 187-196, 1996
Habitat selection by an arboreal lizard in an urban parkland: not just any tree will do
D Taylor, CB Daniels, G Johnston
Urban Ecosystems 19, 243-255, 2016
A new species of microhylid frog (genus Cophixalus) from the Star Mountains, New Guinea
SJ Richards, GR Johnston, TC Burton
Science in New Guinea 18, 141-145, 1992
Comparison of survey methods for detection of the elusive Western Whipbird Psophodes nigrogularis with notes on its distribution
A McGuire, GR Johnston, S Kleindorfer, J Robertson
South Australian Ornithologist 37 (2), 49-59, 2011
Phytohaemagglutinin (PHA) response and bill-hue wavelength increase with carotenoid supplementation in Diamond Firetails (Stagonopleura guttata)
I Stirnemann, G Johnston, B Rich, J Robertson, S Kleindorfer
Emu 109 (4), 344-351, 2009
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