Christy Hipsley
Christy Hipsley
Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen
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Best practices for justifying fossil calibrations
JF Parham, PCJ Donoghue, CJ Bell, TD Calway, JJ Head, PA Holroyd, ...
Systematic Biology 61 (2), 346-359, 2012
Integration of molecules and new fossils supports a Triassic origin for Lepidosauria (lizards, snakes, and tuatara)
MEH Jones, CL Anderson, CA Hipsley, J Müller, SE Evans, RR Schoch
BMC evolutionary biology 13, 1-21, 2013
Beyond fossil calibrations: realities of molecular clock practices in evolutionary biology
CA Hipsley, J Müller
Frontiers in genetics 5, 92280, 2014
Eocene lizard from Germany reveals amphisbaenian origins
J Müller, CA Hipsley, JJ Head, N Kardjilov, A Hilger, M Wuttke, RR Reisz
Nature 473 (7347), 364-367, 2011
Genome of the Tasmanian tiger provides insights into the evolution and demography of an extinct marsupial carnivore
CY Feigin, AH Newton, L Doronina, J Schmitz, CA Hipsley, KJ Mitchell, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (1), 182-192, 2018
Integration of Bayesian molecular clock methods and fossil-based soft bounds reveals early Cenozoic origin of African lacertid lizards
CA Hipsley, L Himmelmann, D Metzler, J Müller
BMC Evolutionary Biology 9, 1-13, 2009
Female choice for optimal combinations of multiple male display traits increases offspring survival
LT Lancaster, CA Hipsley, B Sinervo
Behavioral Ecology 20 (5), 993-999, 2009
Developmental dynamics of ecomorphological convergence in a transcontinental lizard radiation
CA Hipsley, J Müller
Evolution 71 (4), 936-948, 2017
Morphological disparity opposes latitudinal diversity gradient in lacertid lizards
CA Hipsley, DB Miles, J Müller
Biology Letters 10 (5), 20140101, 2014
Copulatory courtship by bushcricket genital titillators revealed by functional morphology, μCT scanning for 3D reconstruction and female sense structures
NC Wulff, AW Lehmann, CA Hipsley, GUC Lehmann
Arthropod Structure & Development 44 (4), 388-397, 2015
Braincase redescription of Dysalotosaurus lettowvorbecki (Dinosauria, Ornithopoda) based on computed tomography
G Sobral, CA Hipsley, J Müller
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32 (5), 1090-1102, 2012
An integrative approach using phylogenomics and high-resolution x-ray computed tomography for species delimitation in cryptic taxa
K Chaplin, J Sumner, CA Hipsley, J Melville
Systematic Biology 69 (2), 294-307, 2020
Distinct patterns of desynchronized limb regression in Malagasy scincine lizards (Squamata, Scincidae)
A Miralles, CA Hipsley, J Erens, M Gehara, A Rakotoarison, F Glaw, ...
PLoS One 10 (6), e0126074, 2015
Frequency-Dependent and Correlational Selection Pressures Have Conflicting Consequences for Assortative Mating in a Color-Polymorphic Lizard, Uta stansburiana
LT Lancaster, AG McAdam, CA Hipsley, BR Sinervo
The American Naturalist 184 (2), 188-197, 2014
Variations on a bauplan: description of a new Malagasy “mermaid skink” with flipper-like forelimbs only (Scincidae, Sirenoscincus Sakata & Hikida, 2003)
A Miralles, M Anjeriniaina, CA Hipsley, J Müller, F Glaw, M Vences
Zoosystema 34 (4), 701-719, 2012
Bilateral song convergence in a passerine hybrid zone: genetics contribute in one species only
J Secondi, P Bordas, CA Hipsley, S Bensch
Evolutionary Biology 38, 441-452, 2011
A farewell to arms and legs: a review of limb reduction in squamates
M Camaiti, AR Evans, CA Hipsley, DG Chapple
Biological Reviews 96 (3), 1035-1050, 2021
Conserved evolution of skull shape in Caribbean head-first burrowing worm lizards (Squamata: Amphisbaenia)
S Kazi, CA Hipsley
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125 (1), 14-29, 2018
Prenatal cranial ossification of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)
O Hampe, H Franke, CA Hipsley, N Kardjilov, J Müller
Journal of Morphology 276 (5), 564-582, 2015
Psychology, not technology, is our biggest challenge to open digital morphology data
CA Hipsley, E Sherratt
Scientific data 6 (1), 41, 2019
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