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1 7259 Branch, L. C., A. M. Clark, P. E. Moler, and B. W. Bowen. 2003. Fragmented landscapes, habitat specificity, and conservation genetics of three lizards in Florida scrub. Conservation Genetics 4:199–212.
2 1126 Branch, L. C., A.-M. Clark, and B. W. Bowen. 1996. Phylogenetic distribution of Sceloporus woodi using mitochondrial DNA. Abstract in Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists and 44th Annual Meeting of the Herpetologist's League, 13–19 June 1996, Hotel Inter-Continental, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
3 1131 Branch, L. C., D. G. Hokit, and B. M. Stith. 1996. Landscape dynamics and scrub lizards: assessing the effects of landscape structure on populations at multiple scales. Final Report to U.S. Department of the Interior, Biological Resources Division, Cooperative Research Units for RWO 122, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 204pp.
4 1132 Branch, L. C., D. G. Hokit, B. M. Stith, B. W. Bowen, and A. Clark. 1999. Effects of landscape dynamics on endemic scrub lizards: an assessment with molecular genetics and GIS modeling. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Final Report, Tallahassee, Florida, USA. 88pp.
5 1535 Clark, A. M., B. W. Bowen, and L. C. Branch. 1999. Effects of natural habitat fragmentation on an endemic scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi): an historical perspective based on a mitochondrial DNA gene genealogy. Molecular Ecology 8:1093–1104.
6 7669 Ernst, J. A., L. C. Branch, A. M. Clark, and D. G. Hokit. 2004. Polymorphic microsatellite markers for the Florida scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi). Molecular Ecology Notes 4:364–365.
7 9808 Heath, S., A. W. Schrey, K. G. Ashton, H. R. Mushinsky, and E. D. McCoy. 2012. Contrasting genetic differentiation of a poorly dispersing lizard in connected and fragmented scrub habitats. Journal of Herpetology 46:602–607.
8 9217 Hokit, D. G., M. Ascunce, J. Ernst, L. C. Branch, and A. M. Clark. 2010. Ecological metrics predict connectivity better than geographic distance. Conservation Genetics 11:149–159.
9 3293 Jackson, J. F. 1973. The phenetics and ecology of a narrow hybrid zone. Evolution 27:58–68.
10 9247 Leaché, A. D. 2010. Species trees for spiny lizards (Genus Sceloporus): Identifying points of concordance and conflict between nuclear and mitochondrial data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54:162-171.
11 7668 Leaché, A. D., and T. W. Reeder. 2002. Molecular systematics of the eastern fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus): a comparison of parsimony, likelihood, and Bayesian approaches. Systematic Biology 51: 44–68.
12 6465 Miles, D. B., R. Noecker, W. M. Roosenburg, and M. M. White. 2002. Genetic relationships among populations of Sceloporus undulatus fail to support present subspecific designations. Herpetologica 58:277–292.
13 10794 Nogueira Dumans, A.T., G. Warwar Teixeira, G. Alves Vieira, D. Schroder Sarzi, C. Furtado, W. B. Jennings, and F. Prosdocim. 2019. Complete mitochondrial genomes for three lizards (Anolis punctatus, Sceloporus woodi, and S. grammicus): a contribution to mitochondrial phylogenomics of Iguanoidea. Mitochondrial DNA Part B 4:700–702.
14 9373 Schrey, A. W., K. G. Ashton, S. Heath, E. D. McCoy, and H. R. Mushinsky. 2011. Fire alters patterns of genetic diversity among 3 lizard species in Florida scrub habitat. Journal of Heredity 102:399−408.
15 9615 Schrey, A. W., K. G. Ashton, S. Heath, H. R. Mushinsky, and E. D. McCoy. 2012. Range-wide genetic analysis of the threatened bluetail mole skink identifies similar genetic structure with sympatric lizards. Journal of Herpetology 46:241−247.
16 10276 Tucker, D. B. 2011. Genotypic and phenotypic variation of the Florida scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi). M.S. Thesis, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia, USA. 58pp.
17 10239 Tucker, D. B., L. D. McBrayer, and J. S. Harrison. 2014. Population structure of Florida scrub lizards (Sceloporus woodi) in an anthropogenically fragmented forest. Herpetologica 70:266–278.

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