The website anolissen.nl has a collection of reasonably high quality anole videos, including one of Terry Ord’s behavior research, featured yesterday, as well as A. allisoni from Cuba fighting; many Cuban species displaying, including A. allogus (or was it A. ahli?) and A. mestrei; A. cuvieri displaying; A. punctatus displaying; a green anole (who can identify it?) eating a butterfly; and a bonus outgroup track of Polychrus acutirostris, as well as others.
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- New blog post! Do Hurricanes Rock Lizards Harder in the City? : Kevin Aviles-Rodriguez : wp.me/p2379Y-9ns #scicomm 1 week ago
- New blog post! Pitcher Plant Devours Adult Green Anole : Jonathan Losos : wp.me/p2379Y-9nn #scicomm 2 weeks ago
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