Ecological release and directional change in White Sands lizard trophic ecomorphology

@article{Roches2014EcologicalRA,
  title={Ecological release and directional change in White Sands lizard trophic ecomorphology},
  author={Simone Des Roches and Michaela Brinkmeyer and Luke J. Harmon and Erica Bree Rosenblum},
  journal={Evolutionary Ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={1-16}
}
A species’ trophic ecomorphology can change drastically following the colonization of a new environment. Resource shifts may result in dietary change of colonists and therefore, the evolution of ecomorphological adaptations such as changes in bite force, head, and body size. To understand the drivers and dynamics of ecomorphological change after colonization we studied prey availability, diet, performance, and morphology in three lizard species (Aspidoscelis inornata, Holbrookia maculata, and… CONTINUE READING
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