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Pincheira-Donoso, Daniel, Harvey, Lilly, Grattarola, Florencia, Jara, Manuel, Cotter, Sheena, Tregenza, Tom and Hodgson, Dave (2021) The multiple origins of sexual size dimorphism in global amphibians. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 30 (2). pp. 443-458. ISSN 1466-822X

Pincheira-Donoso, Daniel, Harvey, Lilly, Cotter, Sheena, Stark, Gavin, Meiri, Shai and Hodgson, Dave (2021) The global macroecology of brood size in amphibians reveals a predisposition of low-fecundity species to extinction. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 30 (6). pp. 1299-1310. ISSN 1466822x

Jara, Manuel, Frias-De-Diego, Alba, García-Roa, Roberto, Saldiarriaga-Córdoba, Monica, Harvey, Lilly, Hickcox, Rachel and Pincheira-Donoso, Daniel (2018) The macroecology of chemical communication in lizards: do climatic factors drive the evolution of signalling glands? Evolutionary Biology, 45 (3). pp. 259-267. ISSN 0071-3260

Parkin, Emily, Harvey, Lilly, Ayling, Angus and Hatton, Jake (2017) Students Consulting on Teaching and technology enhanced learning. In: Nottingham Trent Institute of Learning and Teaching Course Leader Conference, 16 May 2017, Nottingham Trent University.

Parkin, Emily, Harvey, Lilly, Barnes, Jennifer and Ayling, Angus (2017) The Power of Partnerships: using data collaboratively to enhance the student experience. In: Change Agents’ Network Conference 2017: Supporting Effective Partnerships, 20-21 April 2017, Exeter, UK.

Harvey, Lilly Pamela (2015) Complexity, predictability and promiscuity in human sexual preferences. MRes thesis, University of Lincoln.

Pincheira-Donoso, Daniel, Harvey, Lilly and Ruta, Marcello (2015) What defines an adaptive radiation? Macroevolutionary diversification dynamics of an exceptionally species-rich continental lizard radiation. BMC Evolutionary Biology (15). pp. 1-13. ISSN 1471-2148

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