Nora Ibargüengoytía
Nora Ibargüengoytía
Instituto de Biodiversidad y Medio Ambiente INIBIOMA-CONICET
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Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change and altered thermal niches
B Sinervo, F Mendez-De-La-Cruz, DB Miles, B Heulin, E Bastiaans, ...
Science 328 (5980), 894-899, 2010
Categorización del estado de conservación de de las lagartijas y anfisbenas de la República Argentina
CS Abdala, JL Acosta, JC Acosta, BB Álvarez, F Arias, LJ Avila, ...
Cuadernos de herpetología 26, 215-248, 2012
Reproductive biology of the southernmost gecko Homonota darwini: convergent life-history patterns among southern hemisphere reptiles living in harsh environments
NR IbargüengoytÍa, LM Casalins
Journal of Herpetology 41 (1), 72-80, 2007
Thermal biology of the southernmost lizards in the world: Liolaemus sarmientoi and Liolaemus magellanicus from Patagonia, Argentina
NR Ibargüengoytía, SM Medina, JB Fernández, JA Gutiérrez, F Tappari, ...
Journal of Thermal Biology 35 (1), 21-27, 2010
Phymaturus of Patagonia, Argentina: reproductive biology of Phymaturus zapalensis (Liolaemidae) and a comparison of sexual dimorphism within the genus
JM Boretto, NR IbargüengoytÍa
Journal of Herpetology 43 (1), 96-104, 2009
Field, selected body temperature and thermal tolerance of the syntopic lizards Phymaturus patagonicus and Liolaemus elongatus (Iguania: Liolaemidae)
NR Ibargüengoytía
Journal of Arid Environments 62 (3), 435-448, 2005
Thermal responses to environmental constraints in two populations of the oviparous lizard Liolaemus bibronii in Patagonia, Argentina
M Medina, J Gutierrez, A Scolaro, N Ibargüengoytía
Journal of Thermal Biology 34 (1), 32-40, 2009
Reproductive biology and sexual dimorphism of a high-altitude population of the viviparous lizard Phymaturus punae from the Andes in Argentina
J Boretto, N Ibargüengoytía, JC Acosta, GM Blanco, J Villavicencio, ...
Amphibia-Reptilia 28 (3), 427-432, 2007
Reproductive biology of the viviparous lizard, Liolaemus pictus (Tropiduridae) biennial female reproductive cycle?
NR Ibargüengoytía, VE Cussac
Herpetological Journal 6 (4), 137-143, 1996
Asynchronous spermatogenesis and biennial female cycle of the viviparous lizard Phymaturus antofagastensis (Liolaemidae): reproductive responses to high altitudes and temperate …
J Boretto, N Ibargüengoytía
Amphibia-Reptilia 27 (1), 25-36, 2006
Effect of altitude on thermal responses of Liolaemus pictus argentinus in Argentina
JA Gutierrez, JD Krenz, NR Ibargüengoytía
Journal of Thermal Biology 35 (7), 332-337, 2010
Thermal biology of genus Liolaemus: a phylogenetic approach reveals advantages of the genus to survive climate change
M Medina, A Scolaro, F Mendez-De la Cruz, B Sinervo, DB Miles, ...
Journal of Thermal Biology 37 (8), 579-586, 2012
Performance and thermal sensitivity of the southernmost lizards in the world, Liolaemus sarmientoi and Liolaemus magellanicus
JB Fernandez, J Smith Jr, A Scolaro, NR Ibargüengoytía
Journal of Thermal Biology 36 (1), 15-22, 2011
Field thermal biology in Phymaturus lizards: comparisons from the Andes to the Patagonian steppe in Argentina
NR Ibargüengoytía, JC Acosta, JM Boretto, HJ Villavicencio, JA Marinero, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (9), 1620-1630, 2008
Local extinction risk of three species of lizard from Patagonia as a result of global warming
EL Kubisch, V Corbalán, NR Ibargüengoytía, B Sinervo
Canadian Journal of Zoology 94 (1), 49-59, 2016
Prolonged cycles as a common reproductive pattern in viviparous lizards from Patagonia, Argentina: reproductive cycle of Phymaturus patagonicus
NR Ibargüengoytía
Journal of Herpetology 38 (1), 73-79, 2004
Reproduction of the viviparous lizard Liolaemus elongatus in the highlands of southern South America plastic cycles in response to climate
NR Ibargüengoytía, VE Cussac
Herpetological Journal 8 (2), 99-105, 1998
Age, size, and growth of the Chilean frog Pleurodema thaul (Anura: Leiuperidae): latitudinal and altitudinal effects
M Iturra-Cid, JC Ortiz, NR Ibargüengoytía
Copeia 2010 (4), 609-617, 2010
Range increment or range detriment? Predicting potential changes in distribution caused by climate change for the endemic high-Andean lizard Phymaturus palluma
N Vicenzi, V Corbalán, D Miles, B Sinervo, N Ibargüengoytía
Biological conservation 206, 151-160, 2017
When starvation challenges the tradition of niche conservatism: on a new species of the saxicolous genus Phymaturus from Patagonia Argentina with pseudoarboreal foraging …
Zootaxa 48 (60), 2008, 1786
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