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About grahamreynolds

R. Graham Reynolds is a Postdoc in the Revell Lab at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Predation on Anoles – A Revisit to the Turks and Caicos

To revisit an earlier post, here is some more information about the Southern Bahamas Anole, Anolis scriptus. In the Turks and Caicos Islands, this species is a crucial component of the terrestrial herpetofauana… as prey for other reptiles! Readers of … Continue reading

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Anolis scriptus- An Archipelagic Anole

Though they are not as flashy as some of their West Indian relatives, Anolis scriptus, the Southern Bahamas Anole, is an ecologically important and interesting component of the herpetofauna of the distal end of the Bahamas Archipelago. Small and brown … Continue reading

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