Dietary Overview of Hemidacfylus turcicus with Possible Implications of Food Partitioning

@inproceedings{Sanz2000DietaryOO,
  title={Dietary Overview of Hemidacfylus turcicus with Possible Implications of Food Partitioning},
  author={Daniel Sa{\'e}nz},
  year={2000}
}
A stomach content analysis was conducted on Hemidactylus turcicus, the Mediterranean gecko, from 19 April 1990 to 15 October 1990, on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas. Geckos (N = 167) were placed into four size groups based on snout-vent-length (5 29 mm, 30-39 mm, 40-49 mm, and z 50 mm) and three microhabitat groups based on perch height (those occupying perch sites < 1.52 m, 2 1.52 m to 5 3.05 m, and > 3.05 m). Stomach contents were analyzed and sex, size… CONTINUE READING

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