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Does season-dependent reproductive value of offspring drive the evolution of life-history traits in Anolis lizards?
An important component of the reproductive strategy of many animals involves a seasonal shift in reproductive traits (i.e., clutch size, egg quality). Such shifts typically occur because environmental factors that influence ...
Data for: Adaptive seasonal shift towards investment in fewer, larger offspring: Evidence from field and laboratory studies
1. Seasonal changes in reproduction have been described for many taxa. As reproductive seasons progress, females often shift from greater energetic investment in many small offspring towards investing less total energy ...
Data from: Dumpsters and other human structures as habitat for invasive African rock agama lizards in Florida
Invasive species often use habitat differently than native species and can benefit by using underutilized habitats during the invasion process. The Peter’s Rock Agama (Agama picticauda) — native to savannahs of sub-Saharan ...