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Collins, J. P. and Halliday, T. (2004). Forecasting changes in amphibian biodiversity: Aiming at a moving target. In: Royal-Society Discussion Meeting on Beyond Extinction Rates - Monitoring Wild Nature for the 2010 Target, 19-20 July 2004, London, UK, pp. 309–314.

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Dyson, Miranda L.; Henzi, S. Peter; Halliday, Timothy R. and Barrett, Louise (1998). Success breeds success in mating male reed frogs, Hyperolius marmoratus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 265(1404) pp. 1417–1421.

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Grant, Rachel A.; Chadwick, Elizabeth A. and Halliday, Tim (2009). The lunar cycle: a cue for amphibian reproductive phenology? Animal Behaviour, 78(2) pp. 349–357. file

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Lea, Jerry; Halliday, Tim. R. and Dyson, Mandy (2003). The mating strategy of Alytes muletensis: some males are less ready to mate than females. Amphibia-Reptilia, 24(2) pp. 169–180.

Lea, Jerry; Dyson, Mandy and Halliday, Timothy (2002). Phonotaxis to advertisement calls by midwife toads (Alytes muletensis) is not necessarily related to mating. Amphibia-Reptilia, 23(2) pp. 151–159. file

Lea, Jeremy; Dyson, Miranda and Halliday, Timothy (2001). Calling by male midwife toads stimulates females to maintain reproductive condition. Animal Behaviour, 61(2) pp. 373–377.

Lea, Jeremy; Halliday, Tim and Dyson, Miranda (2000). Reproductive stage and history affect the phonotactic preferences of female midwife toads, Alytes muletensis. Animal Behaviour, 60(4) pp. 423–427.

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Petrie, Marion; Hall, Marion; Halliday, Tim; Budgey, Helen and Pierpoint, Chris (1992). Multiple mating in a lekking bird: why do peahens mate with more than one male and with the same male more than once? Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 31(5) pp. 349–358.

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