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Synonyms for anole

small arboreal tropical American insectivorous lizards with the ability to change skin color

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edu/news/2017/01/24/prized-fossil-find-the-oldest-most-complete-iguanian-in-the-americas-illuminates-the-lives-of-lizards-in-the-age-of-dinosaurs/) a statement Tuesday: "These ancient lineages are not the iguanian lizards which dominate parts of the Americas today, such as anoles and horned lizards.
Researchers, including Paul Hohenlohe of the University of Idaho, Moscow, have discovered that the green anoles sharing their islands with invaders evolve to be better suited to life higher in the islands' trees--and fast.
They follow two recent phylogenetic analyses and recognize eight genera of anoles, two of which occur in Honduras Anolis and Norops.
The updated list involves one crocodilian, four marine turtles, two iguanas, two geckos, two anoles, one whiptail lizard, and one snake.
Adaptation and the evolution of cold tolerance in green anole lizards
Niche structure on an anole community in a tropical rain forest within the Choco Region of Colombia.
To address this, we performed a laboratory experiment using the brown anole (Anolis sagrei) to quantify how adult density affects the growth and survival of juvenile individuals.
Francis Anoles said that the Trade Unions Federation of Eastern Africa (TUFEA) is standing alongside President Al-Bashir as it has stood before with Kenyan Presidents who were targeted by the ICC.
2002): Discovery of Anolis sagrei in Grenada with Comments on Its Potential Impact on Native Anoles.
2) The justification offered by a team at Harvard for this project was that there was a connection to human health because of "the anole split brain and the fact that female anoles alternate ovaries in producing eggs, just like one other group of vertebrates.
Feathers are largely made of proteins, and particularly of beta-keratin, which is also found in the scales and claws of birds, as well as related species like crocodiles and anoles, the small green lizard common throughout the southeastern United States.
At last year's court case District Judge Richard Clancy was told how inspectors found rare reptiles, including bearded dragons and Cuban Anoles, living in unsuitable environments hamsters that had been allowed to bite each other and become infected and snakes left without UV lights.