Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: Symbols represent different mtDNA clades identified in Fig. 2 and shading represents the current distribution of Tympanocryptis tetraporophora [22]. Map inset shows the Darling Downs, with locations of samples included in our study and the distribution of pre-European (1750) vegetation: tussock grasslands (dark green); brigalow/belah and Callitris forest (light green). Plotted using ArcGIS 10.0 onto “Countries 2006” and NVIS Major Vegetation Groups (Version 4.1) - PRE 1750. Date 2014 Source Image file from Melville J, Smith K, Hobson R, Hunjan S, Shoo L (2014). "The Role of Integrative Taxonomy in the Conservation Management of Cryptic Species: The Taxonomic Status of Endangered Earless Dragons (Agamidae: Tympanocryptis) in the Grasslands of Queensland, Australia". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0101847. PMID 25076129. PMC: 4116116. Author Melville J, Smith K, Hobson R, Hunjan S, Shoo L Permission
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Melville J, Smith K, Hobson R, Hunjan S, Shoo L
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