Corpus ID: 138778861

Using visible implant elastomer to individually mark geckos

@inproceedings{Kondo2004UsingVI,
  title={Using visible implant elastomer to individually mark geckos},
  author={Junko Kondo and S Downes},
  year={2004}
}
Comparison of a native and a non-native insular reptile species
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Does social behaviour reliably reflect temperature-dependent physiological capacity in geckos?
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Geckos from colder diurnal retreat sites were significantly more aggressive during contests than conspecifics from warmer diurnal retreated sites, suggesting that animals may attempt to deceive opponents by producing a social display that vastly overstates their current physiological state. Expand
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