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Atkins, N and Jones, SM and Edwards, A (2002) Fecal testosterone concentrations may not be useful for monitoring reproductive status in male blue-tongued lizards (Tiliqua nigrolutea: Scincidae). Journal of Herpetology, 36 (1). pp. 106-109. ISSN 0022-1511

Atkins, N and Jones, SM and Guillette, LJ (2006) Timing of parturition in two species of viviparous lizard: influences of b-adrenergic stimulation and temperature upon uterine responses to arginine vasotocin (AVT). Journal of Comparative Physiology B: biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology, 176 (8). pp. 783-792. ISSN 1096-4959

Atkins, N and Swain, R and Jones, SM (2007) Are babies better in autumn or spring? The consequences of extending gestation in a biennially reproducing viviparous lizard. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 307A. pp. 397-405. ISSN 0022-104X

Atkins, N and Swain, R and Jones, SM (2006) Does date of birth or a capacity for facultative placentotrophy influence offspring quality in a viviparous skink, Niveoscincus microlepidotus? Australian Journal of Zoology, 54 (5). pp. 369-374. ISSN 0004-959X

Atkins, N and Swain, R and Wapstra, E and Jones, SM (2007) Late stage deferral of parturition in the viviparous lizard Niveoscincus ocellatus (Gray 1845): implications for offspring quality and survival. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 90. pp. 735-746. ISSN 0024-4066

Thesis

Atkins, N (2007) Parental effects in two species of viviparous lizards: Niveoscincus microlepidotus and N. ocellatus. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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