Anolis Video from Day’s Edge

Another video about Anolis research from Day’s Edge Productions. Cool research! Great footage!

About Yoel Stuart

I am interested in whether, how, and why ecology shapes evolution (and evolution shapes ecology) through time, with an emphasis on microevolutionary pattern and process, adaptation, and field experiments. I completed my Ph.D. on Anolis lizards in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Texas, Austin studying threespine stickleback. They're not anoles, but they're cool too.

4 thoughts on “Anolis Video from Day’s Edge

  1. Invasive is not an equivalent term for exotic. Exotic species are those species which are nonnative. Invasive species are a subclass of exotic species which have been shown to have a negative impact on native species. The coconut palms and orange trees of Florida are both exotic, but not considered invasive.

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