Data from: Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard
- Climate change Demographic modelling Host-parasite interaction Long-term-monitoring Multiple stressors Multistate capture-mark-recapture Population viability analysis Reptile Species Interaction scincid
- nt due to recent and future global change. 2. Tiliqua rugosa (sleepy
Data from: Ecology drives natural variation in an extreme antipredator trait: a cost-benefits analysis integrating modeling and field data
- , and food abundance. Using tail autotomy in lizards as the study s ...
Data from: Postnatal dynamics of developmental stability and canalization of lizard head shape under different environmental conditions
- in ontogenetic series of lizards inhabiting urban and rural environmen ...
Data from: Climate-related environmental variation in a visual signalling device: the male and female dewlap in Anolis sagrei lizards
- Driessens, Tess
- signal diversity interpopulational variation environment local adaptation throat fan brown anole
- with higher UV-reflectance. In addition, lizards inhabiting ‘mesic’ en ...
Data from: City slickers: poor performance does not deter Anolis lizards from using artificial substrates in human-modified habitats
- eas, but effects of these novel surfaces on animal locomotion are l ...