Wanted! Crisp Photo Of Anolis lionotus For Use In A Presentation

The SICB (Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology) meeting is right around the corner! Right after the New Year, many anolologists (including me!) will be heading out to San Francisco to learn what’s new and exciting in Anolis research. In addition to blogging about all the anole posters and presentations I attend, I will be giving a talk about some research I conducted on the evolution of thermal tolerances in anoles. I’ve been working hard to get this talk into shape, but I’m woefully lacking a nice photograph of the Central American semi-aquatic anole, A. lionotus. Would anyone out there be willing to share a nice, clear photo of this lizard with me? I would give you credit for it, of course, and it would greatly help me out.

You can contact me at mmunoz@oeb.harvard.edu or through the comments section of this post. Thanks so much and happy holidays!

 

About Martha Muñoz

Martha is a PhD candidate at Harvard University studying the evolutionary ecology and thermal physiology of anoles. She works in Jonathan Losos' lab and focuses on the cybotoid anoles from the Dominican Republic. Website: www.marthamunoz.weebly.com

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