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Michael Douglas

Michael Douglas

School of Life Sciences
Arizona State University
PO BOX 874501
Tempe, AZ 85287-4501

Journal Articles


Sullivan, B. K., M. R. Douglas, J. M. Walker, J. E. Cordes, M. A. Davis, W. J. Anthonysamy, K. O. Sullivan and M. E. Douglas. 2014. Conservation and management of polytypic species: The little striped whiptail complex (Aspidoscelis inornata) as a case study. Copeia 2014(3):519-529. DOI: 10.1643/CG-13-140. (link )


Sullivan, B. K., J. M. Walker, H. L. Taylor, J. E. Cordes, M. A. Kwiatkowski, K. O. Sullivan, J. R. Sullivan, M. R. Douglas and M. E. Douglas. 2013. Morphological diagnosability of Aspidoscelis arizonae (Squamata: Teiidae) as an indication of evolutionary divergence in the Aspidoscelis ornata complex. Copeia 2013(3):366-377. (link )


Walker, J. M., B. K. Sullivan, K. O. Sullivan, M. R. Douglas and M. E. Douglas. 2012. Evolutionary, ecological, and morphological distinctiveness of an endemic Arizona lizard, Pai striped whiptail (Aspidoscelis pai). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 7(3):265-275. (link )


McDonald, R. I., M. E. Douglas, C. Revenga, R. L. Hale, N. B. Grimm, J. Gronwall and B. Fekete. 2011. Global urban growth and the geography of water availability, quality, and delivery. Ambio 40:437-446. DOI: doi:10.1007/s13280-011-0152-6. (link )


Quattro, J. M., P. Leberg, M. E. Douglas and R. C. Vrijenhoek. 1996. Molecular evidence for a unique evolutionary lineage of endangered Sonoran desert fish (genus Poeciliopsis). Conservation Biology 128-135.


Douglas, M. E., P. C. Marsh and W. L. Minckley. 1994. Indigenous fishes of western North America and the hypothesis of competitive displacement: Meda fulgida (Cyprinidae) as a case study. Copeia 1994:9-19.


Douglas, M. E. 1993. Analysis of sexual dimorphism in an endangered cyprinid fish (Gila cypha Miller) using video image technology. Copeia 334-343.