ASYNCHRONOUS EVOLUTION OF PHYSIOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY IN ANOLIS LIZARDS

@article{Hertz2013ASYNCHRONOUSEO,
  title={ASYNCHRONOUS EVOLUTION OF PHYSIOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY IN ANOLIS LIZARDS},
  author={P. E. Hertz and Yuzo Arima and Alexis S. Harrison and R. Huey and J. Losos and R. Glor},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={67}
}
Species‐rich adaptive radiations typically diversify along several distinct ecological axes, each characterized by morphological, physiological, and behavioral adaptations. We test here whether different types of adaptive traits share similar patterns of evolution within a radiation by investigating patterns of evolution of morphological traits associated with microhabitat specialization and of physiological traits associated with thermal biology in Anolis lizards. Previous studies of anoles… Expand
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