Anolis lizard evolution is an exemplar of the origin of organismal diversity. Much of what we […]
Palms and other ornamental plants are shipped around the world, and can contain stow-aways.
Within the last month, a new species of vertebrate has been added to The Bahamas. It’s not a beautiful, obscure reef […]
A terrestrial anole foraging at the shores edge. These marine subsidies can have very strong effects on the functioning of upland ecosystems. Photo stolen from Anole Annals.
Abaco is a […]
The three species of lizards we studiee in our paper: Knight Anoles (top), Bark Anoles (middle) and Brown Anoles (bottom).
A new paper on Anoles was just published in Functional Ecology. […]
We talk so much about invasive species in The Bahamas, but it works both ways.
Here is a post at Anole Annals about the brown anole, native to The Bahamas,
spreading across Florida.
No need to go to conferences when you have Jonathan Losos around. He does an
amazing job of posting details on some of his favorite talks. Here and here are posts
from Bahamas-based studies presented at the annual Evolution conference,
one of the most important conferences in our field each year.
The remains of a northern curly-tailed lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus) from Abaco’s ‘mainland’ pine forest.
The evolutionary and ecological effects of curly-tail predation on smaller Anolis lizards has been the focus of a 3 decade long research program here […]