Lizard Ecology: Historical and Experimental Perspectives Hardcover – Jul 3 1994
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"Organized into four theme areas containing a total of 14 topics, each [paper] is preceded by an insightful introduction written by a specialist in that area [and] . . . includes a section on future work and new questions that should be explored. . . . a welcome addition for anyone wishing to examne research in this fascinating field."--Choice
"The topics, [in this volume] represent an impressive diversity of approaches, ranging from detailed life-history studies of single species and in-depth analyses of lizard communities to broad-based comparisons of multiple traits across all groups of lizards. . . . [Lizard Ecology] not only provides a context in which to view these individual studies but opens a unique window on lizard ecology past, present, and future."--Science
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"This volume represents many new research thrusts, hot areas of ecological investigation, and efforts at synthesis. The editors are leaders in their field and the contributors respected scientists."--Roy McDiarmad, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.
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