New Research on the Pointy-Nosed Anole from Little Cayman (Anolis maynardi

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It’s been too long since we’ve discussed that pointy-snouted marvel, the Little Cayman anole. Fortunately, Flicker, the bimonthly magazine of the Terrestrial Resources Unit of the Department of the Environment of the Cayman Islands, has ended the drought, featuring a new research project on one of our favorite species in its most recent issue.

For those of you who can’t get enough of Anolis maynardi, check out some previous AA  posts [1, 2, 3]. For more, just type “maynardi” into the search bar to the right.


About Jonathan Losos

Professor and Curator of Herpetology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University. I've spent my entire professional career studying anoles and have discovered that the more I learn about anoles, the more I realize I don't know.

2 thoughts on “New Research on the Pointy-Nosed Anole from Little Cayman (Anolis maynardi

  1. Thank you for sharing the flicker article! This research is for my undergraduate dissertation. I will share the results with anole annals once I am all done with analysing the data and writing the report.

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