Alan Channing
Alan Channing
North West University
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The amphibian tree of life
DR Frost, T Grant, J Faivovich, RH Bain, A Haas, CF Haddad, RO De Sa, ...
Bulletin of the American Museum of natural History 2006 (297), 1-291, 2006
The impact of conservation on the status of the world’s vertebrates
M Hoffmann, C Hilton-Taylor, A Angulo, M Böhm, TM Brooks, ...
science 330 (6010), 1503-1509, 2010
Amphibians of central and southern Africa
A Channing
Cornell University Press, 2019
Amphibians of east Africa
A Channing, K Howell
Comstock Pub. Associates/Cornell University Press, 2006
Phylogeography of Ptychadena mascareniensis suggests transoceanic dispersal in a widespread African‐Malagasy frog lineage
M Vences, J Kosuch, MO Rödel, S Lötters, A Channing, F Glaw, W Böhme
Journal of Biogeography 31 (4), 593-601, 2004
Nuclear gene phylogeny of narrow-mouthed toads (Family: Microhylidae) and a discussion of competing hypotheses concerning their biogeographical origins
A van der Meijden, M Vences, S Hoegg, R Boistel, A Channing, A Meyer
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 44 (3), 1017-1030, 2007
Nonflying mammal pollination of southern African Proteas: a non-coevolved system
D Wiens, JP Rourke, BB Casper, EA Rickart, TR LaPine, CJ Peterson, ...
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 1-31, 1983
A re-evaluation of the phylogeny of Old World treefrogs
A Channing
African Zoology 24 (2), 116-131, 1989
Tadpoles of Africa: The Biology and Indentification of All Known Tadpoles in Sub-Saharan Africa
AE Channing, MO Rödel, J Channing
Ed. Chimaira, 2012
Chytrid fungus in northern and western cape frog populations, South Africa
S Hopkins, A Channing
Herpetological Review 34 (4), 334, 2003
The biology and recent history of the critically endangered Kihansi Spray Toad Nectophrynoides asperginis in Tanzania
A Channing, KS Finlow-Bates, SE Haarklau, PG Hawkes
Journal of East African Natural History 95 (2), 117-138, 2006
Taxonomy of the super-cryptic Hyperolius nasutus group of long reed frogs of Africa (Anura: Hyperoliidae), with descriptions of six new species
A Channing, A Hillers, S Lötters, MO Rödel, S Schick, W Conradie, ...
Zootaxa 3620 (3), 301-350, 2013
Overseas dispersal of Hyperolius reed frogs from Central Africa to the oceanic islands of São Tomé and Príncipe
RC Bell, RC Drewes, A Channing, V Gvoždík, J Kielgast, S Lötters, ...
Journal of Biogeography 42 (1), 65-75, 2015
Phylogeography of the genus Xenopus in southern Africa
GJ Measey, A Channing
Amphibia Reptilia 24 (3), 321-330, 2003
Leapfrogging into new territory: How Mascarene ridged frogs diversified across Africa and Madagascar to maintain their ecological niche
BM Zimkus, LP Lawson, MF Barej, CD Barratt, A Channing, KM Dash, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 106, 254-269, 2017
Amphibians and reptiles of Monts Doudou, Gabon: species turnover along an elevational gradient
M Burger, WR Branch, A Channing
Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences 28, 145-186, 2004
Field guide to the frogs & other amphibians of Africa
A Channing, MO Rödel
Penguin Random House South Africa, 2019
Cryptic species of sharp-nosed reed frogs in the Hyperolius nasutus complex: advertisement call differences
A Channing, D Moyer, M Burger
African Zoology 37 (1), 91-99, 2002
Idiosyncratic responses to climate‐driven forest fragmentation and marine incursions in reed frogs from Central Africa and the Gulf of Guinea Islands
RC Bell, JL Parra, G Badjedjea, MF Barej, DC Blackburn, M Burger, ...
Molecular Ecology 26 (19), 5223-5244, 2017
A molecular phylogeny of the frog genus Tomopterna in southern Africa: examining species boundaries with mitochondrial 12S rRNA sequence data
A Dawood, A Channing, JP Bogart
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 22 (3), 407-413, 2002
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