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Varma, Varun and Ratnam, Jayashree and Viswanathan, Vinatha and Osuri, Anand M and Biesmeijer, Jacobus C and Madhusudan, MD and Sankaran, Mahesh and Krishnadas, Meghna and Barua, Deepak and Budruk, Megha and Isvaran, Kavita and Jayapal, Rajah and Joshi, Jahnavi and Karanth, Krithi K and Krishnaswamy, Jagdish and Kumar, Raman and Mukherjee, Shomita and Nagendra, Harini and Niphadkar, Madhura and Owen, Nisha and Page, Navendu and Prasad, Soumya and Quader, Suhel and Nandini, R and Robin, VV and Salt, Steven M and Shah, Manzoor A and Somanathan, Hema and Srinivasan, Umesh and Sundaram, Bharath (2015) Perceptions of priority issues in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in India. In: BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 187 . pp. 201-211.
Joshi, Jahnavi and Karanth, Praveen (2013) Did southern Western Ghats of peninsular India serve as refugia for its endemic biota during the Cretaceous volcanism? In: ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 3 (10). pp. 3275-3282.
Joshi, Jahnavi and Edgecombe, Gregory D (2013) Revision of the scolopendrid centipede digitipes Attems, 1930, from India (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha): reconciling molecular and morphological estimates of species diversity. In: Zootaxa, 3626 (1). pp. 99-145.
Joshi, Jahnavi and Karanth, Praveen K (2012) Coalescent Method in Conjunction with Niche Modeling Reveals Cryptic Diversity among Centipedes in the Western Ghats of South India. In: PLOS ONE, 7 (8).
Joshi, Jahnavi and Karanth, Praveen K (2011) Cretaceous-Tertiary diversification among select Scolopendrid centipedes of South India. In: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 60 (3). pp. 287-294.