Very well conceived! -- Martin Wikelski Copeia
From the Publisher
"This is an original, substantial, and long-needed contribution. The introduction places the subject in context and shows how lizards can provide unique information not readily available through study of other organisms. The book is logically organized, beginning with a focus on individual variation, moving to comparisons between populations, and finishing with species comparisons. Readers with a general interest in social behavior will be drawn to peruse other sections where they will find, as I did, an abundance of additional interesting and informative material."George A. Middendorf III, Howard University
About the Author
Stanley F. Fox is a professor of zoology at Oklahoma State University.
J. Kelly McCoy is an assistant professor of biology at Angelo State University.
Troy A. Baird is a professor of biology at the University of Central Oklahoma.