Peer-Reviewed and Symposia

119. Taylor, P.J., C. Denys, and F.P. D. Cotterill. Taxonomic anarchy or an inconvenient truth for conservation? Accelerated species discovery reveals evolutionary patterns and heightened extinction threat in Afro-Malagasy small mammals. Mammalia https://doi.org/10.1515/mammalia-2018-0031

118. Gippoliti, S., Cotterill, F.P.D, Groves, C.P. & Zinner, D., 2018. Poor taxonomy and genetic rescue are possible co-agents of silent extinction and biogeographic homogenization among ungulate mammals. Biogeographia–The Journal of Integrative Biogeography, 33 Permalink https://escholarship.org/uc/item/4082h92h

117. Taylor P.J., A. Macdonald, S. M. Goodman, T. Kearney, F.P.D. Cotterill, S. Stoffberg, A. Monadjem, M.C. Schoeman, J. Guyton, P. Naskrecki & L. R. Richards. 2018. Integrative taxonomy resolves three new cryptic species of small southern African horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zly024 PDF press release

116. Gippoliti S. Cotterill F.P.D. Zinner D. & Groves C.P. 2018. Impacts of taxonomic inertia for the conservation of African ungulate diversity: an overview. Biological Reviews 93: 115–130. doi: 10.1111/brv.12335 PDF

115. Nagy, B., BR Watters, PDW van der Merwe, FPD Cotterill & DU Bellstedt. 2017. Nothobranchius cooperi (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes): a new species of annual killifish from the Luapula River drainage, northern Zambia. African Journal of Aquatic Science 42(3): 201-218.

http://dx.doi.org/10.2989/16085914.2017.1372270 PDF

114. Flügel, T.J. F.D. Eckardt & F.P.D. Cotterill. 2017. The geomorphology and river longitudinal profiles of the Congo-Kalahari Watershed. In: The African Neogene-Climate, Environments and People: Palaeoecology of Africa 34. pp.31-52. DOI: 10.1201/9781315161808-4 ebook

113. Cotterill F.P.D., C.P. Groves & P.J. Taylor 2017. Taxonomy: refine rather than stabilize. Nature 547: 13. PDF

112. Moore A.E., F.P.D.Cotterill & R.M. Key 2017. A geomorphic and geological framework for the interpretation of species diversity and endemism in the Manica Highlands. Kirkia 19(1) 54-69. PDF

111. Groves C.P. Cotterill F.P.D. Gippoliti S. Jan Robovský J. Roos C. Taylor P.J. & Zinner D. 2017. Species definitions and conservation: a review and case studies from African mammals. Conservation Genetics 18:1247–1256. DOI 10.1007/s10592-017-0976-0 PDF

110. Ceríaco, L.M.P. and 494 Coauthors. 2016. Photography-based taxonomy is inadequate, unnecessary, and potentially harmful for biological sciences. Zootaxa 4196 (3): 435–445 http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4196.3.9

109. Flügel, T., F. Eckardt & F.P.D. Cotterill. 2016. The development of the present day drainage patterns of south-central Africa. Quaternary International 404:197. PDF

108. Cooper-Bohannon, R., Rebelo, H., Jones, G., F.P.D. Cotterill, Monadjem, A., Schoeman, M. C., Taylor, P., & Park, K. 2016. Predicting bat distributions and diversity hotspots in southern Africa. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 27 DOI: 10.4404/hystrix-27.1-11722 PDF

107. Cotterill, F.P.D. 2011. Visão geral biogeográfica da Região de Lunda / Biogeographical overview of the Lunda Region. In: Avaliação Rápida da Biodiversidade da Região da Lagoa Carumbo. Rapid Biodiversity Assessment of the Carumbo Lagoon Area. Lunda Norte, Angola. B. J. Huntley (Compiler) Expedition Report. República de Angola. Ministério Do Ambiente. pp. 76-99. PDF

106. Nagy, B., F.P.D. Cotterill & D.U. Bellstedt. 2016. Nothobranchius sainthousei, a new species of annual killifish from the Luapula River drainage in northern Zambia (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 27 (3): 233–254. PDF

105. Cotterill, F.P.D. 2016. Conquering the Mesoscale of Africa’s Landscapes: deciphering the Genomic Record of Individuating Landforms with Geoecodynamics. Conference Paper April 2016. Conference: EGU General Assembly 2016, Geophysical Research Abstracts 18 EGU2016-14998-7 Conference Abstract

104. Cotterill, F.P.D. 2016. Geobiology of the Critical Zone: the Hierarchies of Process, Form and Life provide an Integrated Ontology. EGU General Assembly 2016, Geophysical Research Abstracts 18 EGU2016-16843-3 Conference Abstract

103. Cotterill, F.P.D., B. Nagy, B. Watters & D. U. Bellstedt. 2016. Tracking Quaternary and Neogene Landscape Evolution through the geoecodynamics of fishes: unique proxy of tenures and mode of Africa's dambos and depocentres. Quaternary International 404:210 · June 2016 DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2015.08.206 Conference Abstract

102. Eckardt F.D., F.P.D. Cotterill, T.J. Flügel, B. Kahle, M. McFarlane & C. Rowe. 2016. Mapping the surface geomorphology of the Makgadikgadi Rift Zone (MRZ). Quaternary International doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2015.09.002 Conference Abstract

101. Flügel, T. F. D. Eckardt & F.P.D. Cotterill 2016. Kalahari tectonic landforms and processes beyond the Okavango Graben. Quaternary International 404:194 DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2015.08.157 Conference Abstract

100. Cotterill, F.P.D. 2016. The Tentelic Thesis, interdisciplinarity, and earth system science: how natural history collections underpin geobiology. Archives of Zoological Museum of Lomonosov Moscow State University 54: 598-635. Symposium Volume in celebration of the 225th anniversary of the Zoological Museum of Lomonosov Moscow State University. PDF

99. Moore A.E., F.P.D. Cotterill, C.W. Winterbach, H.E.K. Winterbach, A. Antunes & S.J. O’Brien. 2016. Genetic evidence for contrasting wetland and savannah habitat specializations in different populations of lions (Panthera leo). Journal of Heredity 107 (2): 101-103. doi:10.1093/jhered/esv097 PDF Commentary

98. Taylor P.J., L.R. Richards, J. Bayliss, F.P.D. Cotterill. 2015. Rediscovery of the Transvaal free-tailed bat Tadarida ventralis africana in South Africa, with an additional record of the Malagasy free-tailed bat T. fulminans from northern Mozambique. Durban Natural Science Museum Novitates 38: 50-55. PDF

97. Eckardt F.D., F.P.D. Cotterill, T.J. Flügel, B. Kahle, M. McFarlane & C. Rowe. 2015. Mapping the surface geomorphology of the Makgadikgadi Rift Zone (MRZ). Quaternary International 404B (6): 115–120. PDF

96. Hoffmann V., G.A. Verboom & F.P.D Cotterill. 2015. Dated plant phylogenies resolve Neogene climate and landscape evolution in the Cape Floristic Region. PLoS ONE 09/2015; 10(9):e0137847 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0137847 PDF

95. Key R.M., F.P.D. Cotterill & A.E. Moore. 2015. The Zambezi River: an archive of tectonic events linked to the amalgamation and disruption of Gondwana and subsequent evolution of the African Plate. S. Afr. J. Geol. 118: 425-438. 10.2113/gssajg.118.4.425 [This paper received the A.E. Phaup Award of 2015 from the Geological Society of Zimbabwe, and the Jubilee Medal 2015 of the Geological Society of South Africa awarded annually for a paper of particular merit published in the South African Journal of Geology] PDF Supporting Popular Article

94. Weiss J.D., F.P.D. Cotterill & U.K. Schliewen. 2015. Lake Tanganyika - a 'melting pot' of ancient and young cichlid lineages (Teleostei: Cichlidae)? PLoS ONE 10(4): e0125043. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0125043 PDF

93. Monadjem A., P.J. Taylor, C. Denys & F.P.D. Cotterill. 2015. Rodents of Sub-Saharan Africa: A biogeographic and taxonomic synthesis. de Gruyter, Berlin. 1092 pp.

92. Flugel T., F.D. Eckardt & F.P.D. Cotterill. 2015. The present day drainage patterns of the Congo river system and their Neogene evolution. In: Geology and Resource Potential of the Congo Basin. de Wit M.J., Guillocheau F., de Wit, M.C.J. (eds) Springer, Berlin. pp. 315-337. PDF

91. Taylor P.J. Maree S. Cotterill F.P.D. Missoup A.D. Nicolas V. & Denys C. 2014. Molecular and morphological evidence for a Pleistocene radiation of laminate-toothed rats (Otomys: Rodentia) across a volcanic archipelago in equatorial Africa. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 113: 320–344. PDF

90. Cotterill F.P.D. Taylor P.J. Gippoliti S. Bishop J.M. & Groves C.P. 2014. Why One Century of Phenetics is Enough: response to ‘are there really twice as many bovid species as we thought?’ Systematic Biology 63(5): 819–832. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syu003 PDF

89. Pio D. Engler R. Linder P. Monadjem A. Cotterill F.P.D. Taylor P.J. Schoeman M. Price B. Villet M. Eick G. Salamin N. & Guisan A. 2014. Effects of climate change on animal and plant phylogenetic diversity in southern Africa. Global Change Biology 20(5):1538-1549. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12524 PDF

88. Gippoliti, S., F.P.D. Cotterill & C. Groves. 2013. Mammal taxonomy without taxonomists: a reply to Zachos and Lovari. Hystrix, Italian Journal of Mammalogy 24: 3-5. doi:10.4404/hystrix-24.1-8881 PDF

87. Cotterill, F.P.D., H. Augustin, R. Medicus & W. Foissner 2013. Conservation of protists: The Krauthügel Pond in Austria. Diversity 5(2): 374-392. doi:10.3390/d5020374 PDF 2 Popular Science Articles (1) and (2)

86. Schoeman, M. C., F.P.D. Cotterill, P.J. Taylor, & A. Monadjem 2013. Using potential distributions to explore environmental correlates of bat species richness in southern Africa: effects of model selection and taxonomy. Current Zoology 01/2013; 59(3):279-293. PDF

85. Moore, A. E., T. Blenkinsop & F.P.D. Cotterill 2012. Dynamic evolution of the Zambezi-Limpopo watershed, central Zimbabwe. S. Afr. J. Geol. 115: 551-560. doi: 10.2113/gssajg.115.4.551 PDF

57-84. Total of 26 species accounts and 2 Family accounts of Chiroptera in Volume IV of Mammals of Africa - Details Here

56. Schwarzer. J., Swartz, E.R., Vreven, E., Snoeks, J., Cotterill, F.P.D., Misof, B. & Schliewen, U.K., 2012. Repeated trans-watershed hybridization among haplochromine cichlids (Cichlidae) triggered by Neogene landscape evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 279(1746): 4389-4398. doi:10.1098/rspb.2012.1667 PDF SupplData

55. Moore, A. E., F.P.D. Cotterill & F.D. Eckardt 2012. The evolution and ages of Makgadikgadi palaeo-lakes: consilient evidence from Kalahari drainage evolution. S. Afr. J. Geol. 115: 385-413. doi:10.2113/gssajg.115.3.385 PDF

54. Taylor, P.J. S. Stoffberg, A. Monadjem, M. C. Schoeman, J. Bayliss, F.P.D. Cotterill 2012. Four new bat species (Rhinolophus hildebrandtii complex) reflect Plio-Pleistocene divergence of dwarfs and giants across an Afromontane Archipelago. PLoS ONE 7(9): e41744. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041744 PDF Press Releases Conservation

53. Faulkes, C. G., N. C., Bennett, F. P. D. Cotterill, W. Stanley, G. F. Mgode & E. Verheyen 2011. Phylogeography and cryptic diversity of the solitary-dwelling silvery mole-rat, genus Heliophobius (family: Bathyergidae). Journal of Zoology 285:324–338 DOI: 10.13140/2.1.1922.6566 PDF

52. Cotterill, F.P.D. & M.J. de Wit. 2011. Geoecodynamics and the Kalahari epeirogeny: linking its genomic record, tree of life and palimpsest into a unified narrative of landscape evolution. S. Afr. J. Geol. 114: 489-514. PDF

51. Goodier, S.A.M., F.P.D. Cotterill, C. O’Ryan, P. H. Skelton, M. J. de Wit. 2011. Cryptic diversity of African tigerfish (Genus Hydrocynus) reveals palaeogeographic signatures of linked Neogene geotectonic events. PLos ONE 6(12): e28775. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028775 PDF

50. Monadjem, A., P.J. Taylor, F.P.D. Cotterill, and M.C. Schoeman. 2010. Bats of Southern and Central Africa: A Biogeographic and Taxonomic Synthesis. Wits University Press, Johannesburg, 596 pp.

49. Monadjem, A., M. C. Schoeman, A. Reside, D. V. Pio, S. Stoffberg, J. Bayliss, F. P. D. Cotterill, M. Curran, M. Kopp and P. J. Taylor 2010. A recent inventory of the bats of Mozambique with documentation of seven new species for the country. Acta Chiropterologica 12(2): 371–391. PDF

48. Cotterill, F.P.D. & W. Foissner 2010. A pervasive denigration of Natural History misconstrues how biodiversity inventories and taxonomy underpin scientific knowledge. Biodiversity and Conservation . 19: 291-303. PDF

47. Moore, A. E. & F.P.D Cotterill 2010. Chapter 15, Victoria Falls: Mosi-oa-Tunya - the Smoke that Thunders. In: P. Migon (ed.). Geomorphological Landscapes of the World. Springer, Berlin. pp 143-153. PDF

46. Moore, A. E., T. Blenkinsop & F. Cotterill 2009. Southern African topography and erosion history: plumes or plate tectonics? Terra Nova 21: 310-315. [Summary of this paper on the website Do Mantle Plumes Exist.com http://www.mantleplumes.org/AfricaTopo.html ] PDF

45. Moore, A.E., F.P.D. Cotterill, T. Broderick & D. Plowes 2009. Landscape evolution in Zimbabwe from the Permian to present: with implications for kimberlite prospecting. S. Afr. J. Geol. 112: 65-88. [This paper received the A.E. Phaup Award of 2009 from the Geological Society of Zimbabwe] PDF

44. Moore, A.E., T. Blenkinsop & F. Cotterill 2008. Controls on post-Gondwana alkaline volcanism in southern Africa. Earth Planet. Sci. Letters 268: 151-164. [Summary of this paper on the website Do Mantle Plumes Exist.com http://www.mantleplumes.org/SouthernAfrica.html ] PDF

43. Cotterill, F. P. D., K. Al-Rasheid & W. Foissner 2008. Conservation of protists: is it needed at all? Biodiversity and Conservation 17: 427-443. PDF

42. Moore, A. E., Cotterill, F. P. D., Main, M. & Williams, H. 2007. The Zambezi River. In: Large Rivers: Geomorphology and Management. A. Gupta (Ed.). pp. 311-332. John Wiley, New York. PDF

41. de Wit, M. J. & F. Cotterill 2007. The Kalahari epeirogeny: from fission tracks and cosmogenic dating to molecular clocks. In: J. Braun et al. TopoAfrica: Evolution of African Topography over the last 250My from the sedimentary record to mantle dynamics. International Workshop Abstract Book. Memoires Geosciences Rennes 7: 25-33. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.4231.7127 PDF

40. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2006. Taxonomy and conservation importance of particular birds occurring in Katanga (southern Congo basin) and its environs. The Ostrich 77: 1-21. PDF

39. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2005. The Upemba lechwe: an antelope new to science emphasizes the conservation importance of Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo. Journal of Zoology, London 265: 113-132 PDF

38. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2004. Drainage evolution in south-central Africa and vicariant speciation in swamp-dwelling weaver birds and swamp flycatchers. The Honeyguide. 50: 7-25. [in Silver Anniversary Issue] PDF

37. Broadley, D. G. & Cotterill, F. P. D. 2004. The reptiles of southeast Katanga, an overlooked 'hot spot'. African Journal of Herpetology 53: 35-61. PDF

36. Taylor, P. J., Cotterill, F. P. D., van der Merwe, M., White, W. & Jacobs, D. S. 2004. New biogeographical records of five rare bat species (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae and Vespertilionidae) from South Africa. Durban Museum Novitates 29: 104-109.

35. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2003. Species concepts and the real diversity of antelopes. In: A. Plowman. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Ecology and Conservation of Mini-antelope: An International Symposium on Duiker and Dwarf Antelope in Africa. Filander Verlag: Füürth. pp. 59-118. PDF

34. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2003. Geomorphological influences on vicariant evolution in some African mammals in the Zambezi basin: some lessons for conservation. In: A. Plowman. (Ed.) Ecology and Conservation of Small Antelope. Proceedings of an International Symposium on Duiker and Dwarf Antelope in Africa. Filander Verlag, Fürth. pp 11-58. PDF

33. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2003. Mammals. In: AWF Four Corners Trans-Boundary Natural Resource Management Project: Reviews of Existing Biodiversity Information. Biodiversity Foundation for Africa, Bulawayo and The Zambezi Society, Harare. pp. 231-266.

32. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2003. Insights into the taxonomy of tsessebe antelopes, Damaliscus lunatus (Bovidae: Alcelaphini) in south-central Africa: with the description of a new evolutionary species. Durban Museum Novitates 29: 11-30. PDF

31. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2003. A biogeographic review of tsessebe antelopes, Damaliscus lunatus (Bovidae: Alcelaphini), in south-central Africa. Durban Museum Novitates 28: 45-55. PDF

30. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2002. A new species of horseshoe bat (Microchiroptera: Rhinolophidae) from south-central Africa: with comments on its affinities and evolution, and the characterization of rhinolophid species. Journal of Zoology, London 256: 165-179. PDF

29. Cotterill, F.P.D. 2002. The future of Natural Science Collections into the 21st Century. Conferencia de Clausura. In: Actas del I Simposio sobre el Patrimonio Natural en las Colecciones Públicas en España (Vitoria, 25 - 27 Septiembre 2001). Departamento de Cultura, Diputación Foral de Alava. Vitoria. pp. 237-282. ISBN: 84-7821-497-6. PDF

28. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2002. Notes on mammal collections and biodiversity conservation in the Ikelenge Pedicle, Mwinilunga District, northwest Zambia. Occasional Publications in Biodiversity No. 10: 1-18. Bulawayo: Biodiversity Foundation for Africa. PDF

27. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2001. New specimens of lesser house bats (Vespertilionidae: Scotoecus) from Mozambique and Zambia. Arnoldia Zimbabwe 10(20):219-224.PDF

26. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2001. The first specimen of Thomas's flat-headed bat, Mimetillus moloneyi thomasi (Microchiroptera: Mammalia) in southern Africa from Mozambique. Arnoldia Zimbabwe 10(19):211-218. PDF

25. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2001. Further notes on large Afrotropical free-tailed bats of the genus Tadarida (Molossidae: Mammalia). Arnoldia Zimbabwe 10(18):199-210. PDF

24. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2001. New distribution records of leaf-nosed bats (Microchiroptera: Hipposideridae) in Zimbabwe. Arnoldia Zimbabwe 10(17):189-198. PDF

23. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2001. New records for two species of fruit bats (Megachiroptera: Mammalia) in southeast Africa, with taxonomic comments. Durban Museum Novitates 26:53-56. PDF

22. Attwell, C. A. M. and F. P. D. Cotterill. 2000. Postmodernism and African conservation science. Biodiversity and Conservation 9:559-577. PDF

21. Cotterill, F. 2000. Small mammals of the Zambezi wetlands. In: J. R. Timberlake (Ed.). Biodiversity of the Zambezi Basin Wetlands. Biodiversity Foundation for Africa and The Zambezi Society, Bulawayo. pp. 201-211.

20. Cotterill, F. P. D. 2000. Reduncine antelope of the Zambezi basin. In: J. R. Timberlake (Ed.). Biodiversity of the Zambezi Basin Wetlands. Biodiversity Foundation for Africa and The Zambezi Society, Bulawayo. pp. 145-199.

19. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1999. Toward exorcism of the ghost of W. T. Thistleton-Dyer: a comment on "overduplication" and the scientific properties, uses and values of natural science specimens. Taxon 48:1-5. PDF

18. Cotterill, F. P. D. and R. A. Fergusson. 1999. Reproductive ecology of Commerson's leaf nosed bats Hipposideros commersoni (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) in south-central Africa: interactions between seasonality and large body size. South African Journal of Zoology 34:53-63. PDF

17. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1998 Female reproduction in two species of horseshoe bats in Zimbabwe. Journal of Mammalogy 79:1306-1316. PDF

16. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1997. The Second Alexandrian Tragedy, and the fundamental relationship between biological collections and scientific knowledge. In: The Values and Valuation of Natural Science Collections. (Proceedings of Conference at the Manchester Museum, Manchester, UK. 19th-21st April 1995.) (Eds J. R. Nudds and C. R. Pettitt) pp. 217-241. Geological Society, London. PDF

15. Cotterill, F. P. D. and J. M. Dangerfield. 1997. The state of biological knowledge. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12: 206. PDF

14. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1996. The socio-economic values of biodiversity collections and the challenges of measuring organismal and ecological biodiversity. Invited Keynote Address. Second World Congress on Natural Science Collections. Cambridge, UK. 20th to 24th August 1996, Cambridge University

13. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1996. New distribution records for free-tailed bats (Microchiroptera: Molossidae) in Zimbabwe. Arnold.(Zim.) 10(9): 91-102. PDF

12. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1996. New distribution records of insectivorous bats of the Families Nycteridae, Rhinolophidae and Vespertilionidae (Microchiroptera: Mammalia) in Zimbabwe. Arnoldia Zimbabwe 10(8): 71-89. PDF

11. Bennett, N. C., Cotterill, F. P. D. and A. C. Spinks. 1996. Thermoregulation in two populations of the Matabele mole-rat (Cryptomys hottentotus nimrodi) and remarks on the general thermoregulatory trends within the genus Cryptomys (Rodentia: Bathyergidae). Journal of Zoology, London 239: 17-27.

10. Bernard, R. T. F., Cotterill, F. P. D. and R. A. Fergusson. 1996. On the occurrence of a short period of delayed implantation in Schreibers' long-fingered batMiniopterus schreibersi from a tropical latitude in Zimbabwe. Journal of Zoology, London 238: 13-22.

9. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1995. Systematics, biological knowledge and environmental conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 4: 183-205. PDF

8. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1995. Measuring and monitoring biodiversity in African savannas: conclusions, recommendations and theoretical issues. In: F. P. D. Cotterill (Ed.). SAVSKILL: A Methodology to Measure and Monitor Biodiversity in Central African Savannas. Occasional Publications in Biodiversity No. 1. Biodiversity Foundation for Africa, Bulawayo. pp. 87-111.

7. Cotterill, F. P. D. 1995. Some theoretical issues underlying the measuring and monitoring of terrestrial biodiversity. In: F. P. D. Cotterill (Ed.). SAVSKILL: A Methodology to Measure and Monitor Biodiversity in Central African Savannas. Occasional Publications in Biodiversity No. 1. Biodiversity Foundation for Africa, Bulawayo. pp. 3-19.

6. Bennett, N. C., J. U. M. Jarvis and Cotterill, F. P. D. 1994. The colony structure and reproductive biology of the Afrotropical Mashona mole-rat, Cryptomys darlingi. Journal of Zoology, London 234: 477-487.

5. Cotterill, F. P. D. , C. W. Hustler and D. G. Broadley. 1994. Systematics and biodiversity [correspondence]. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9: 228. PDF

4. Cotterill, F. P. D. and R. A. Fergusson. 1993. Capturing free-tailed bats (Chiroptera: Molossidae): the description of a new trapping device. Journal of Zoology, London 231: 645-51.

3. Cotterill, F. P. D. and R. A. Fergusson. 1993. Unusual pattern of reproduction in an Afrotropical free-tailed bat (Microchiroptera : Molossidae). Biotropica 25: 487-492. PDF

2. Bennett, N. C., J. U. M. Jarvis and Cotterill, F. P. D. 1993. Poikilothermic traits and thermoregulation in the Afrotropical Mashona mole-rat (Cryptomys hottentotus darlingi) (Rodentia: Bathyergidae). Journal of Zoology, London 231: 179-186.

1. Cotterill, F. P. D. and S. R. Giddings. 1987. Observations on the activity pattern of the lesser yellow house bat, Scotophilus viridis. South African Journal of Zoology 22: 175.