Victor H Reynoso
Victor H Reynoso
Full Time Researcher, Instituto de Biología, UNAM
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Herpetofauna diversity and microenvironment correlates across a pasture–edge–interior ecotone in tropical rainforest fragments in the Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve of Veracruz …
JN Urbina-Cardona, M Olivares-Pérez, VH Reynoso
Biological conservation 132 (1), 61-75, 2006
Circadian rhythms in Mexican blind cavefish Astyanax mexicanus in the lab and in the field
A Beale, C Guibal, TK Tamai, L Klotz, S Cowen, E Peyric, VH Reynoso, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 2769, 2013
Huehuecuetzpalli mixtecus gen. et sp. nov: a basal squamate (Reptilia) from the Early Cretaceous of Tepexi de Rodríguez, Central México
VH Reynoso
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1998
Diversification in the northern neotropics: mitochondrial and nuclear DNA phylogeography of the iguana Ctenosaura pectinata and related species
E Zarza, VH Reynoso, BC Emerson
Molecular ecology 17 (14), 3259-3275, 2008
An unusual aquatic sphenodontian (Reptilia: Diapsida) from the Tlayua Formation (Albian), central Mexico
VH Reynoso
Journal of Paleontology 74 (1), 133-148, 2000
Recambio de anfibios y reptiles en el gradiente potrero-borde-interior en Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, México
JN Urbina-Cardona, VHR Rosales
Sobre diversidad biológica: el significado de las diversidades alfa, beta y …, 2005
A population matrix model and population viability analysis to predict the fate of endangered species in highly managed water systems
L Zambrano, E Vega, LG Herrera M, E Prado, VH Reynoso
Animal Conservation 10 (3), 297-303, 2007
A Middle Jurassic Sphenodon-like sphenodontian (Diapsida: Lepidosauria) from Huizachal Canyon, Tamaulipas, Mexico
VH Reynoso
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16 (2), 210-221, 1996
A “beaded” sphenodontian (Diapsida: Lepidosauria) from the Early Cretaceous of central Mexico
VH Reynoso
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (1), 52-59, 1997
Species-and community-level responses to habitat spatial changes in fragmented rainforests: assessing compensatory dynamics in amphibians and reptiles
G Russildi, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, O Hernández-Ordóñez, E Pineda, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25, 375-392, 2016
Amphibian and reptile communities of rainforest fragments: minimum patch size to support high richness and abundance
E Cabrera-Guzmán, VH Reynoso
Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 3243-3265, 2012
Tratamiento prehospitalario del accidente ofídico: revisión, actualización y problemática actual
G Gil-Alarcón, MC Sánchez-Villegas, VH Reynoso
Gac Med Mex 147 (3), 195-208, 2011
Geographical structure and cryptic lineages within common green iguanas, Iguana iguana
CL Stephen, VH Reynoso, WS Collett, CR Hasbun, JW Breinholt
Journal of Biogeography 40 (1), 50-62, 2013
Possible evidence of a venom apparatus in a Middle Jurassic sphenodontian from the Huizachal red beds of Tamaulipas, México
VH Reynoso
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25 (3), 646-654, 2005
A new scincomorph lizard from the Early Cretaceous of Puebla, México
VH Reynoso, G Callison
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 130 (2), 183-212, 2000
Multiple colour traits signal performance and immune response in the Dickerson’s collared lizard Crotaphytus dickersonae
M Plasman, VH Reynoso, L Nicolás, R Torres
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69, 765-775, 2015
A new giant turtle of the genus Gopherus (Chelonia: Testudinidae) from the Pleistocene of Tamaulipas, México, and a review of the phylogeny and biogeography of …
VH Reynoso, M Montellano-Ballesteros
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24 (4), 822-837, 2004
A dwarf sphenodontian from the Jurassic La Boca formation of Tamaulipas, México
VH Reynoso, JM Clark
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18 (2), 333-339, 1998
Discordant patterns of geographic variation between mitochondrial and microsatellite markers in the Mexican black iguana (Ctenosaura pectinata) in a contact zone
E Zarza, VH Reynoso, BC Emerson
Journal of Biogeography 38 (7), 1394-1405, 2011
Research on fossil amphibians and reptiles in Mexico, from 1869 to early 2004 (including marine forms but excluding pterosaurs, dinosaurs, and obviously, birds)
VH Reynoso
Studies on Mexican paleontology, 209-231, 2006
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