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Run little lizard, run!

Run little lizard, run!

Recently my work on urban lizard locomotor performance was published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B. This manuscript is part of a special issue on urban evolution, “The Evolution of City Life”, which will be coming out in paper form any day now. Looking for the videos? JUMP straight to them at the bottom … Continue reading

Tails of the City: Tail Autotomy in Anolis cristatellus

Tails of the City: Tail Autotomy in Anolis cristatellus

Kirsten Tyler, a (recently graduated) undergraduate from UMass Boston, has spent the past few months working to better understand patterns of tail autotomy in urban populations of¬†Anolis cristatellus¬†(along with me and Liam Revell). We wanted to know if tail autotomy frequency differed between the urban and natural sites I have sampled over the past 3 … Continue reading