Journal Publications

Viladrich, L; Torres, M.d.M. y S. Naretto2021. ¿Es importante el color de los machos de lagarto de Achala (Pristidactylus achalensis) para la elección de pareja? Cuadernos de Herpetologia.

Blengini, C.; Lopez Juri, G.; Unates, D.R.; Chiaraviglio, M. y S. Naretto. 2020. Sperm parameters in Pristidactylus achalensis (Squamata: Leiosauridae), lizard endemic to the highest mountain areas in Central Argentina. Copeia, 108(3): 528-544.–Leiosauridae-a-Lizard/10.1643/CH-19-310.short

Naretto, S. and M. Chiaraviglio. 2020. Factors driving sexual dimorphism and colour variability in Achala Copper Lizard (Pristidactylus achalensis), an endemic species to the highland mountains in Central Argentina. Canadian Journal of Zoology.

Torres, M.M.; Viladrich, L.J. and S. Naretto. 2019. A case of cannibalism in Achala copper lizard Pristidactylus achalensis, an endemic lizard to the highest mountain areas in Central Argentina (Squamata: Leiosauridae). Herpetology Notes 12, 827-828.

Jarnevich, C.; Hayes, M.; Fitzgerald, L.; Yackel Adams, A.; Falk, B.; Collier, M.; Bonewell, L.; Klug, P.; Naretto, S. and R. Reed. 2018. Modeling the distributions of tegu lizards in native and potential invasive ranges. Scientific Reports, 8, 10193

Blengini, C.; Naretto, S.; Cardozo, G.; Giojalas, L. y M. Chiaraviglio. R. 2017. Comparative sperm ultrastructure of two tegu lizards (genus Salvator) and its relation to sperm competition. Zoologischer AnzeigerA Journal of Comparative Zoology, 267: 63-68.

Naretto, S.; Blengini, C.; Cardozo, G and M. Chiaraviglio. 2016. Importance of reproductive biology of a harvest lizard,Tupinambis merianae, for the management the commercial harvesting. Wildlife Research, 42: 697-704.

Blengini, C.; Naretto, S.; Cardozo, G.; Giojalas, L. and M. Chiaraviglio. 2016. Relationship between pre and post-copulatory traits in Salvator rufescent (Squamata: Teiidae). Biological Journal of Linnean Society, 119(4)

Naretto, S.; Blengini, C.; Cardozo, G and M. Chiaraviglio. 2016. Pre- and post-copulatory traits of Salvator male lizards in allopatry and sympatry. Scientifica, 2016: 1-9.

Cecchetto, N. R.and S. Naretto. 2015. Do sex, body size and reproductive condition influence the thermal preferences of a big lizard? A study in Tupinambis merianae. Journal of Thermal Biology, 53: 198-204.

Cardozo, G.; Naretto, S.; Blengini, C. and M. Chiaraviglio. 2015. Phenotypic diversification and sexual selection: morphological traits and body condition in female Tupinambis lizard. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 52: 129-144.

Lopez Juri, G.; Naretto, S.; Mateos, C.; Chiaraviglio, M. and G. Cardozo. 2015. Influence of Life History Traits on Trophic Niche Segregation between Two Similar Sympatric Tupinambis Lizards. The South American Journal of Herpetology, 10(2): 132-142.

Naretto, S.; Cardozo, G.; Blengini, C. and M. Chiaraviglio. 2014. Sexual selection and dynamic of jaw muscle in Tupinambis lizards. Evolutionary Biology, 41(2): 192-200.

Blengini, C.; Naretto, S.; Cardozo, G.; Giojalas, L. and M. Chiaraviglio.2014. Variability in sperm form and function in the context of sperm competition risk in two Tupinambis lizards. Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1002/ece3.1262.

Lanfri, S.; Cardozo, G.; Di Cola, V.; Naretto, S. and M. Chiaraviglio. 2013. Understanding the ecological niche to elucidate spatial strategies of the southernmost Tupinambis lizards. Amphibia-Reptilia, 34: 551-565.

Book Chapters

Cardozo G.; Naretto S.; Zak, M. and M. Chiaraviglio. 2012. The Role of Landscape in Contact Zones of Sister Species of Lizards. Perspectives on Nature Conservation – Patterns, Pressures and Prospects, ISBN: 978-953-51-0033-1