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Evolutionary changes in foraging style are often believed to require concurrent changes in a complex suite of morphological, physiological, behavioural and life-history traits. In lizards, species from families with a predominantly sit-and-wait foraging style tend to be more stocky and robust, with larger heads and mouths than species belonging to actively(More)
1. We investigated the association between field body temperatures (T b), field air temperatures (T a), and their differences (D) with measurements of foraging activity (percentage of time moving (PTM), number of movements per minute (MPM) and proportion of prey attacked while moving (PAM)) for 25 species of lacertid lizards. 2. Lizards active at relatively(More)
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