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Seasonal Changes in the Territorial Behavior of the Iguanid Lizard Sceloporus jarrovi
Territorial behavior of Sceloporus jarrovi was observed in Arizona during 3 years. Male aggression, activity and home range size increased and overlap between home ranges decreased as the fallExpand
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MALE BREEDING SUCCESS AND DIFFERENTIAL ACCESS TO FEMALES IN ANOLIS CAROLINENSIS
Current models of polygynous mating systems predict greater variance in repro- ductive success among males than among females. The sources of variation of breeding success remain poorly known. AExpand
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BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO BARRIERS BY DESERT TORTOISES: IMPLICATIONS FOR WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
We conducted tests on the behavioral responses of captive desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii) to barriers and highway obstacles. Desert tortoises are slow-moving but persistent wan- derers in theirExpand
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ASSESSMENT OF RED LIGHT RUNNING CAMERAS IN FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA
A study was conducted to assess the Red Light Running (RLR) cameras in Fairfax County, Virginia. The RLR camera enforcement program involved 10 cameras that were installed around the county.Expand
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A population analysis of the ovoviviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi in the Pinaleno mountains of southeastern Arizona
The life history and demography of a population of Yarrow's spiny lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi, was studied in the Pinalefio Mountains of southeastern Arizona from 1972-1974. Sizespecific clutch sizesExpand
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Variation in home range size along an elevational gradient in the iguanid lizard Sceloporus merriami
SummaryVariation in home range size among three populations of the saxicolous iguanid lizard Sceloporus merriami was studied in relation to density, food availability, behavioral patterns, and dailyExpand
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The Function of Shudder Displays in the Lizard Sceloporus jarrovi
Rapid head-nod displays, called shuddering, have previously been considered a courtship display used only by males in iguanid lizards. Field observations of Sceloporus jarrovi indicate both sexesExpand
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Home Range Size and Movements by Desert Tortoises, Gopherus agassizii, in the Eastern Mojave Desert
We constructed minimum convex polygon (MCP) home ranges for free-ranging desert tortoises from a natural population adjacent to the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center, near Las Vegas, NV. Home rangeExpand
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BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES AND TIME ALLOCATION DIFFERENCES IN DESERT TORTOISES EXPOSED TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS IN SEMI-NATURAL ENCLOSURES
We tested the effect of water stress on behavior of desert tortoises in semi-natural enclosures. Populations of adult and immature desert tortoises were established at relatively high density in 4.1Expand
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