• Corpus ID: 88397609

Comparison of different Gekko japonicus populations reproductive traits.

  title={Comparison of different Gekko japonicus populations reproductive traits.},
  author={Du Wei-guo},
  journal={Chinese Journal of Ecology},
  • Du Wei-guo
  • Published 2009
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • Chinese Journal of Ecology
The body size and reproductive life history of three gecko(Gekko japonicus)populations in Zhejiang Province of China were investigated,and the gecko eggs were incubated at 24 ℃,28 ℃,and 31 ℃ to study the phenotypic traits of the resultant hatchlings.Adult G.japonicus showed significant differences in body sizes among the populations and between the sexes.The adults from Quzhou and Wenzhou populations were larger in snout-vent length and body mass than those from Hangzhou population,and the… 
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