Over-water dispersal of lizards due to hurricanes

  title={Over-water dispersal of lizards due to hurricanes},
  author={Ellen J. Censky and K. Hodge and J. Dudley},
  • Ellen J. Censky, K. Hodge, J. Dudley
  • Published 1998
  • Geography
  • Nature
  • The possibility and probability of over-water dispersal as a mechanism to explain the distribution of terrestrial animal species in the Caribbean has been hotly debated since the early part of this century,. Each theory that has been proposed — including land bridges and over-water dispersal — has involved over-water dispersal to some extent in the distribution of animals. Yet many people remain sceptical of over-water dispersal, believing that the use of rafts is improbable, unobservable and… CONTINUE READING
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