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Bufo punctatus, Callisaurus draconoides, Dipsosaurus dorsalis, Gambelia copei, Sceloporus zosteromus, Urosaurus nigricaudus, Uta stansburiana, Coleonyx variegatus, Phyllodactylus xanti, Cnemidophorus hyperythrus, Cnemidophorus tigris, Eridiphas slevini, Masticophis fuliginosus, Pituophis vertebralis.
Home range size and overlap and their relationship to food abundance in the Desert Iguana, Dipsosaurus dorsalis.
In the desert iguana, Dipsosaurus dorsalis, for example, the height of the hip at the time of footfall increases significantly with increased speed (Fieler and Jayne, 1998).
torquatus during bipedality and other lizards such as Basiliscus, Anolis, Varanus, Uranoscodon, Dipsosaurus and Callisaurus (see Barbour, 1943; Snyder, 1967; Howland et al.
lutzae is, in general, more similar to the one observed in the lizards described by Irschick and Jayne (1999), particularly, Dipsosaurus dorsalis and Callisaurus draconoides.
Effects of Speed on the Hindlimb Kinematics of the Lizard Dipsosaurus Dorsalis.
1986) and particularly the desert iguana Dipsosaurus dorsalis (40 [degrees]-42 [degrees] C, DeWitt 1967) have higher body temperatures.
Precision of thermoregulation and its relation to environmental factors in the desert iguana, Dipsosaurus dorsalis.
The effect of temperature on digestive efficiency of the lizard, Dipsosaurus dorsalis.
Milestead (1970) reported greater home range overlap in areas of high population density than in areas of low density in Sceloporus merriami, and Krekorian (1976) has shown a presumably temporary switch to hierarchical behavior in the otherwise territorial Dipsosaurus dorsalis following catastrophic declines in food availability.
Home range and overlap and their relationship to food abundance in the desert iguana Dipsosaurus dorsalis.
Postural mechanisms in the behavioral thermoregulation of a desert lizard Dipsosaurus dorsalis.
Muscle composition and its relation to sprint running in the lizard Dipsosaurus dorsalis.
Crotalus cerastes and Dipsosaurus dorsalis) that occur just west in the neighboring Tucson Mountains do not occur to the east in the Rincon Mountains.
Histochemical determination of the fiber composition of locomotory muscles in a lizard, Dipsosaurus dorsalis.