Thermal and hydric conditions drive geographic variation in thermoregulation behavior in a lizard
Animals, and especially ectotherms, rely on behavioral thermoregulation to control their body temperature and perform optimally in their natural environment ...
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Additive effects of temperature and water on gestation
One of the greatest current threats to biodiversity is climate change. However, understanding of organismal responses to fluctuations in temperature ...
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Micro‐geographic shift between negligible and actuarial senescence in a wild snake
Our new study published at Journal of Animal Ecology shows that old meadow vipers can maintain a high reproductive output ...
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Does water matter for thermoregulation?
Our new study published at Journal of Animal Ecology is a significant step forward in a scientific environment in which ...
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