Prey‐associated head‐size variation in an invasive lizard in the Hawaiian Islands

@inproceedings{Kleeck2015PreyassociatedHV,
  title={Prey‐associated head‐size variation in an invasive lizard in the Hawaiian Islands},
  author={Melissa J. Van Kleeck and Luciano Martin Chiaverano and Brenden Stephen Holland},
  year={2015}
}
Biological invasions are recognized as a primary driver of large-scale changes in global ecosystems. This study addresses ecomorphological variation in head size within and among populations of an ecologically destructive invasive predator, and evaluates the potential roles of environmental components in phenotypic differentiation. We used four size-corrected measurements of head morphology in Jackson’s chameleons, Trioceros jacksonii xantholophus (N = 319), collected from multiple Hawaiian… CONTINUE READING
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