Conservation status of the world’s skinks (Scincidae): taxonomic and geographic patterns in extinction risk

David Chapple*, Uri Roll, Monika Böhm, Rocio Aguilar, Andrew Amey, Chris Austin, Marleen Baling, Anthony Barley, Michael Bates, Aaron Bauer, Daniel Blackburn, Phil Bowles, Rafe Brown, S Chandramouli, Laurent Chirio, Harold Cogger, Guarino Colli, Werner Conradie, Patrick Couper, Mark CowanMichael Craig, Indraneil Das, A Datta-Roy, Chris Dickman, Ryan Ellis, Aaron Fenner, Stewart Ford, S Ganesh, Michael Gardner, Peter Geissler, Graeme Gillespie, Frank Glaw, Matthew Greenlees, Oliver Griffith, Lee Grismer, Margaret Haines, D. James Harris, S. Blair Hedges, Rod Hitchmough, Conrad Hoskin, Mark Hutchinson, Ivan Ineich, Jordi Janssen, Gregory Johnston, Benjamin Karin, Scott Keogh, Fred Kraus, Matthew LeBreton, Petros Lymberakis, Rafaqat Masroor, Peter McDonald, Sven Mecke, Jane Melville, Sabine Melzer, Damian Michael, Aurelien Miralles, Nicola Mitchell, Nicola Nelson, Truong Nguyen, Cristiano Campos Nogueira, Hidetoshi Ota, Panayiotis Pafilis, Oliver Pauwels, Ana Perera, Daniel Pincheira-Donoso, Shai Meiri

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