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Lizards in an evolutionary tree : ecology and adaptive radiation of anoles

By: Losos, Jonathan B. Greene, Harry W.(Foreword by)

Part of the Organisms and Environments series
0520269845 / 9780520269842
Stock expected by 17/07/2020
25 cm 528 p. : ill. (some col.)
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Reprint. Originally published: 2009.

Adaptive radiation, which results when a single ancestral species gives rise to many descendants, each adapted to a different part of the environment, is possibly the single most important source of biological diversity in the living world.

One of the best-studied examples involves Caribbean Anolis lizards.

With about 400 species, Anolis has played an important role in the development of ecological theory and has become a model system exemplifying the integration of ecological, evolutionary, and behavioral studies to understand evolutionary diversification.

This major work, written by one of the best-known investigators of Anolis, reviews and synthesizes an immense literature.

Jonathan B. Losos illustrates how different scientific approaches to the questions of adaptation and diversification can be integrated and examines evolutionary and ecological questions of interest to a broad range of biologists.


PSAJ Evolution, PSVW5 Reptiles

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