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Diffusible iodine‐based contrast‐enhanced computed tomography (diceCT): an emerging tool for rapid, high‐resolution, 3‐D imaging of metazoan soft tissues
PM Gignac, NJ Kley, JA Clarke, MW Colbert, AC Morhardt, D Cerio, ...
Journal of anatomy 228 (6), 889-909, 2016
3502016
Mid-Cretaceous amber fossils illuminate the past diversity of tropical lizards
JD Daza, EL Stanley, P Wagner, AM Bauer, DA Grimaldi
Science Advances 2 (3), e1501080, 2016
1282016
Skull anatomy of the miniaturized gecko Sphaerodactylus roosevelti (Squamata: Gekkota)
JD Daza, V Abdala, R Thomas, AM Bauer
Journal of Morphology 269 (11), 1340-1364, 2008
842008
A preliminary phylogeny of the Palearctic naked-toed geckos (Reptilia: Squamata: Gekkonidae) with taxonomic implications
AM Bauer, R Masroor, J Titus-Mcquillan, MP Heinicke, JD Daza, ...
Zootaxa 3599 (4), 301–324-301–324, 2013
832013
A new genus of miniaturized and pug-nosed gecko from South America (Sphaerodactylidae: Gekkota)
T Gamble, JD Daza, GR Colli, LJ Vitt, AM Bauer
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 163 (4), 1244-1266, 2011
672011
On the fossil record of the Gekkota
JD Daza, AM Bauer, ED Snively
The Anatomical Record 297 (3), 433-462, 2014
652014
Hábitos alimenticios de la rana toro (Rana catesbeiana) Anura: Ranidae en el Valle del Cauca, Colombia. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias
JD Daza-Vaca, F Castro
Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias 23, 265–274, 1999
561999
Are you what you eat? A geometric morphometric analysis of gekkotan skull shape
JD Daza, A Herrera, R Thomas, HJ Claudio
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97 (3), 677-707, 2009
482009
A new amber-embedded sphaerodactyl gecko from Hispaniola, with comments on morphological synapomorphies of the Sphaerodactylidae
JD Daza, AM Bauer
Breviora 529 (1), 1-28, 2012
442012
The circumorbital bones of the Gekkota (Reptilia: Squamata)
JD Daza, AM Bauer
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2010
392010
Off the scale: a new species of fish-scale gecko (Squamata: Gekkonidae: Geckolepis) with exceptionally large scales
MD Scherz, JD Daza, J Köhler, M Vences, F Glaw
PeerJ 5, e2955, 2017
382017
Cladistic Analysis of Iguania and a Fossil Lizard from the Late Pliocene of Northwestern Argentina
JD Daza, V Abdala, JS Arias, D García-López, P Ortiz
Journal of Herpetology 46 (1), 104-119, 2012
322012
Phylogeny, taxonomy and biogeography of a circum-Indian Ocean clade of leaf-toed geckos (Reptilia: Gekkota), with a description of two new genera
MP Heinicke, JD Daza, E Greenbaum, TR Jackman, AM Bauer
Systematics and Biodiversity 12 (1), 23-42, 2014
302014
Consideraciones sobre las láminas neurales de los dinosaurios saurópodos y su significado morfofuncional
L Salgado, R García, D J D
Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales 8, 69–79, 2006
302006
A review of tooth implantation among rhynchocephalians (Lepidosauria)
KM Jenkins, MEH Jones, T Zikmund, A Boyde, JD Daza
Journal of Herpetology 51 (3), 300-306, 2017
292017
The first iguanian lizard from the Mesozoic of Africa
S Apesteguía, JD Daza, TR Simões, JC Rage
Royal Society Open Science 3 (9), 160462, 2016
292016
Jaw adductor muscles across lepidosaurs: a reappraisal
JD Daza, R Diogo, P Johnston, V Abdala
The Anatomical Record 294 (10), 1765-1782, 2011
292011
A redescription and phylogenetic reinterpretation of the fossil lizard Hoburogekko suchanovi Alifanov, 1989 (Squamata, Gekkota), from the Early Cretaceous of …
JD Daza, VR Alifanov, AM Bauer
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32 (6), 1303-1312, 2012
272012
Enigmatic amphibians in mid-Cretaceous amber were chameleon-like ballistic feeders
JD Daza, EL Stanley, A Bolet, AM Bauer, JS Arias, A Čerňanský, JJ Bevitt, ...
Science 370 (6517), 687-691, 2020
262020
Gobekko cretacicus (Reptilia: Squamata) and its bearing on the interpretation of gekkotan affinities
JD Daza, AM Bauer, E Snively
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 167 (3), 430-448, 2013
252013
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