Denoël, M., Ficetola, G. F., Sillero, N., Dzukic, G., Kalezic, M. L., Vukov, T., Muhovic, I., Ikovic, V., & Lejeune, B. (2019). Traditionally managed landscapes do not prevent amphibian decline and the extinction of paedomorphosis. Ecological Monographs, 89(2).
Eco-cultural landscapes are assumed to be favourable environments for the persistence of biodiversity, but global change may affect differently their terrestrial and aquatic components. Yet, few long-term ...
Wielstra, B., Canestreli, D., Cvijanović, M., Denoël, M., Fijarczyk, A., Jablonski, D., Liana, M., Naumov, B., Olgun, K., Pabijan, M., Pezzarossa, A., Popgeorgiev, G., Salvi, D., Si, Y., Sillero, N., Sotiropoulos, K., Zieliński, P., & Babik, W. (2018). The distributions of the six species constituting the smooth newt species complex (Lissotriton vulgaris sensu lato and L. montandoni) – an addition to the New Atlas of Amphibians and Reptiles of Europe. Amphibia-Reptilia, 39(2), 252-259.
The ‘smooth newt’, the taxon traditionally referred to as Lissotriton vulgaris, consists of multiple morphologically distinct taxa. Given the uncertainty concerning the validity and rank of these taxa, L ...
Tomašević, N., Cvijanović, M., Denoël, M., & Ivanović, A. (2017). Morphological integration and alternative life history strategies: a case study in a facultatively paedomorphic newt. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part B, Molecular and Developmental Evolution, 328(8), 737-748.
Tetrapod limbs are serially homologous structures that represent a particularly interesting model for studies on morphological integration, i.e. the tendency of developmental systems to produce correlated ...
Ivanović, A., Cvijanović, M., Denoël, M., Slijepčević, M., & Kalezić, M. L. (2014). Facultative paedomorphosis and the pattern of intra- and interspecific variation in cranial skeleton: lessons from European newts (Ichthyosaura alpestris and Lissotriton vulgaris). Zoomorphology, 133(1), 99-109.
Paedomorphosis, the presence of ancestral larval and juvenile traits that occur at the descendent adult stage, is an evolutionary phenomenon that shaped morphological evolution in many vertebrate lineages ...
Denoël, M., Ficetola, G. F., Cirovic, R., Radovic, D., Dzukic, G., Kalezic, M. L., & Vukov, T. D. (2009). A multi-scale approach to facultative paedomorphosis of European newts (Salamandridae) in the Montenegrin karst: Distribution pattern, environmental variables, and conservation. Biological Conservation, 142(3), 509-517.
Facultative paedomorphosis, a process in which newt larvae can opt for reproduction before or after metamorphosis, is geographically heterogeneous. Despite numerous ecological studies and recent evidence of ...
Denoël, M., Džukić, G., & Kalezic, M. L. (2005). Effects of widespread fish introductions on paedomorphic newts in Europe. Conservation Biology, 19(1), 162-170.
As a result of factors such as global warming, habitat destruction, and species introduction, amphibians are declining worldwide. No one, however, has analyzed the status of polymorphic amphibian species at a ...
Džukić, G., Ćirović, R., Denoël, M., & Kalezić, M. L. (2005). Fish introduction is a major cause of paedomorphosis extinction in European newts (Triturus spp.). Froglog, 69, 3-4.
Denoël, M. (2003). Avantages sélectifs d'un phénotype hétérochronique. Eco-éthologie des populations pédomorphiques du Triton alpestre, Triturus alpestris (Amphibia, Caudata). Liège, Belgique: Cahiers d'Ethologie.
Facultative paedomorphosis is a polyphenism that has important evolutionary implications in promoting morphological differentiation and habitat use variation, and has occurred in several urodele species ...
Denoël, M., Duguet, R., Džukić, G., Kalezic, M., & Mazzotti, S. (2001). Biogeography and ecology of paedomorphosis in Triturus alpestris (Amphibia, Caudata). Journal of Biogeography, 28(10), 1271-1280.
Aim Paedomorphosis is an evolutionary change in which larval structures are retained in adult animals. In newts and salamanders, this heterochronic process is widely represented and concerns the retention of ...