Over the years, many talks on anole dewlaps have featured an image from Nicholson et al.’s 2007 paper from PLoS One on anole dewlap evolution (I saw this image at least once at JMIH this year). Now that its been almost five years since this image was published, I think its time we came up with a new collage of anole dewlaps. Which dewlaps should we include? Who’s got dewlap photos to share for the effort? If you’ve got some nice photos to share for the collage please post them here at Anole Annals and I’ll put them all together to generate our anole community dewlap collage! See the guidelines for posting for instructions on how to post images as part of a comment. (For my part, I’ve accumulated lots of photos from the Greater Antilles, but have almost nothing from the mainland or the Lesser Antilles.)
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