For information on why the anole genome is useful for evolutionary studies, go here.
For information on how the genome is already being used in research, try here, here, here, here and here.
For the history of discovery and study of anoles, go here.
For the evolutionary history of the green anole, check this one out.
For a great story, don’t miss this one.
For great pictures of anoles and their dewlaps, try here, here, and here (among others).
For many other topics in anole ecology, behavior, and diversity, try looking up terms in the blog’s search window.
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