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Teaching With Anoles, Part 1

As the summer is ending and a new semester is beginning, your thoughts may have returned to teaching. I try to use a diversity of taxonomic groups in my lectures and labs, but of course, I find anoles to be … Continue reading

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Anole and Orchid Evolution–What Do They Have in Common?

Anton Pauw of Stellenbosch University in South Africa writes: “I am reading Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree and find it fascinating to see how many parallels there are with my one of my study systems, oil-secreting orchids. While the anoles have … Continue reading

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