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Category Archives: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree
More than two years post-publication, reviews of Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree continue to trickle in. The most recent appeared in Austral Ecology and Herpetological Review. See all 12 (of which we’re aware–know of others?) here.
The appearance of the paperback version of Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree has provided the opportunity to correct a major error. In the book, Figure 15.10, which was supposed to illustrate how sexual dimorphism declines as the number of species … Continue reading
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