Australian lizards are outstanding models for reproductive biology research

James U. Van Dyke*, Michael B. Thompson, Christopher P. Burridge, Meghan A. Castelli, Simon Clulow, Duminda S. B. Dissanayake, Caroline M. Dong, J. Sean Doody, Danielle L. Edwards, Tariq Ezaz, Christopher R. Friesen, Michael G. Gardner, Arthur Georges, Megan Higgie, Peta L. Hill, Clare E. Holleley, Daniel Hoops, Conrad J. Hoskin, Deirdre L. Merry, Julia L. RileyErik Wapstra, Geoffrey M. While, Sarah L. Whiteley, Martin J. Whiting, Stephen M. Zozaya, Camilla M. Whittington

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