In an unprecedented display of organismal superiority, an anole graces the cover of a major scientific publication for the third time in six months (the others may be seen here and here [editor’s note: see comment]). The photo advertises an article on environmental niche modelling and biogeographic boundaries in two Hispaniolan anole species, which will be the subject of a forthcoming post. Incidentally, not that anyone’s counting, this makes two cover shots for Richard Glor and one for Luke Mahler.
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