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- New blog post! Revealing the Diversity in “The Highest Kingdom of Anolis” : Rafael Moreno : wp.me/p2379Y-9tb #scicomm 1 week ago
- New blog post! Dewlap Displays Supersede Headbobs, Yet Again : Terry Ord : wp.me/p2379Y-9sV #scicomm 3 weeks ago
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Category Archives: Introduced Anoles
Nature’s Lunch Box
In the West Indies and southeastern U.S., the enormous population size of anole species makes them an important component of the ecosystem. In the rainforest of Puerto Rico, for example, the three most common anole species consume an estimated 450,000 … Continue reading
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