Dissecting the effects of behaviour and habitat on the locomotion of a lizard ( Urosaurus ornatus )

@inproceedings{McElroyDissectingTE,
  title={Dissecting the effects of behaviour and habitat on the locomotion of a lizard ( Urosaurus ornatus )},
  author={Eric J. McElroy and J. Jeremy Meyers and Stephen M. Reilly and Duncan J. Irschick}
}
Locomotion is one way that organisms interface with their environment, and this relationship can be affected by the structural habitat and behavioural context associated with each movement. Previous studies have examined the effects of habitat or behaviour on locomotion individually, but have not addressed the potential interaction between these factors. In addition, studies often use induced behaviours or manipulated habitats to examine the effects of habitat and behaviour on locomotion… CONTINUE READING