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Reproductive Ecology of the Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta) in the Nebraska Sandhills and across Its Range
Female painted turtles in western Nebraska matured after 5-6 activity seasons at 160-165 mm carapace length. Annual adult survivorship was at least 91.5%, and some females apparently survive beyondExpand
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Consequences of Embryonic UV‐B Exposure for Embryos and Tadpoles of the Plains Leopard Frog
: In organisms with complex life cycles, understanding the effects of environmental change requires investigating the possibility that the effect of such change on one stage will have consequencesExpand
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Temperature relationships in the high-altitude viviparous lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi
-The thermal ecology of Sceloporus jarrovi was studied in the Chiricahua Mountains of southeastern Arizona at different elevations and times of year. Mean body temperature (Tb) was 31.8 C (rangeExpand
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REPRODUCTION IN SCELOPORUS VIRGATUS FROM THE CHIRICAHUA MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA WITH EMPHASIS ON ANNUAL VARIATION4
We studied female reproductive and fat body cycles as well as annual variation in clutch size of Sceloporus virgatus in the Chiricahua Mountains from 1969 through 1993. Females mature at 50 mmExpand
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Long-term trends in the demography of the Allen Cays Rock Iguana (Cyclura cychlura inornata): Human disturbance and density-dependent effects
Abstract Allen Cays Rock Iguanas ( Cyclura cychlura inornata ) are native to two small islets (Leaf and U Cay) in the north-central Bahamas. These populations were nearly extirpated in the earlyExpand
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Microhabitat Selection by Northern Cricket Frogs (Acris crepitans) along a West-Central Missouri Creek: Field and Experimental Observations
Abstract We studied microhabitat use and selection by Northern Cricket Frogs (Acris crepitans) along a stream in west-central Missouri. Field observations of microhabitat use indicate that cricketExpand
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Reproduction in females of three species of crevice-dwelling lizards (genus Xenosaurus) from Mexico
Registramos la reproducción de tres especies de las lagartijas de México (Xenosaurus grandis, X. newmanorum, y X. platyceps; Xenosauridae) para investigar si ellas comparte las característicasExpand
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Habitat Use and Its Effect on Body Size Distribution in a Population of the Tree Lizard, Urosaurus ornatus
The abiotic environment can play an important role in generating variation within and among populations of ectotherms (see Dunham et al., 1989). Among the more important of abiotic factorsExpand
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