Read up on the exciting experimental population biology studies of Dan Warner and Alexis Harrison here.
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The Losos lab is getting all sorts of great press lately. Awesome!
Very interesting stuff? Do we know if anole sex ratios are pretty stable and close to 1:1 in natural populations?
The experiment described in this article sounds like the script for a reality series with bachelors and bachelorettes.
Usually, but not always. Just drawing from a group near and dear to my heart, Gifford et al. (2002) found a male-biased sex ratio in Anolis longitibialis in Jaragua National Park.