Urosaurus ornatus

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Synonyms for Urosaurus ornatus

a climbing lizard of western United States and northern Mexico

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En Urosaurus ornatus y Uta stansburiana (Hover 1985, Sinervo & Lively 1996) los machos de color naranja suelen ser los mas grandes y agresivos, y asimismo defienden territorios grandes.
Demographic and life history variation among populations of the iguanid lizard Urosaurus ornatus: implications for the study of life-history phenomena in lizards.
- Potential competitors on the site include Sceloporus jarrovi, a larger insectivorous lizard, and Urosaurus ornatus, an insectivorous lizard similar in size to S.
Regulation of physiological color change in dorsal skin of male tree lizards, Urosaurus ornatus. Herpetologica, 53:405-410.
California Spauligodon gigantricus California Strongyluris similis* California Urosaurus nigricaudus Strongyluris similis* Baja California Sur Thubunaea iguanae Baja California Sur acanthocephalan Baja California Sur cystacanths Urosaurus ornatus Mesocestoides sp.
Variation in reproductive productivity of range margin tree lizards (Urosaurus ornatus).
For example, annual variation in mean clutch sizes of Urosaurus ornatus is correlated with climatic factors (presumably operating via changes in prey availability; Ballinger 1977, Smith et al.
Manipulation of egg production reveals cost of reproduction in the tree lizard (Urosaurus ornatus).
Late summer behavior of the lizards Sceloporus merriami and Urosaurus ornatus in the field.
Urosaurus ornatus, Sceloporus clarkii, and Sceloporus tristichus were detected most frequently (Table 1).
undulatus Texas NA Urosaurus ornatus Arizona NA Texas NA Teiidae Cnemidophorus dixoni Texas 3/58 (5%) C.
Demography of the tree lizard, Urosaurus ornatus, in central Arizona.
1991 Reciprocal changes in corticosterone and testosterone levels following acute and chronic handling stress in the tree lizard Urosaurus ornatus. General and Comparative Endocrinology 81:217-226.
The extent of green coloration in male sand lizards (Lacerta agilis) seems to be indicative of fighting ability (olsson, 1994), as does the throat color of male tree lizards (Urosaurus ornatus; Thompson and Moore, 1991) and size of chest patches in agamid lizards (Ctenophorus decresii; Osborne, 2005).