How to climb a tree : lizards accelerate faster , but pause more , when escaping on vertical surfaces

@inproceedings{Higham2010HowTC,
  title={How to climb a tree : lizards accelerate faster , but pause more , when escaping on vertical surfaces},
  author={Timothy E Higham and Paul G Korchari and Lance D. McBrayer},
  year={2010}
}
Many species of lizards effectively traverse both two and three-dimensional habitats. However, few studies have examined maximum locomotor performance on different inclines. Do maximum acceleration and velocity differ on a level and inclined surface? Do lizards pause more on an inclined surface? To address these questions, Sceloporus woodi lizards (N = 12… CONTINUE READING