2 edition of zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards found in the catalog.
zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards
George C. Gorman
|Statement||[by] George C. Gorman and Leonard Atkins.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, v. 138, no. 3, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology ;, v. 138, no. 3.|
|Contributions||Atkins, Leonard, 1922- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .H3 vol. 138, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||77031160|
This is the first of a series of posts that will review a number of papers that examined species richness patterns in anoles, starting with Rand’s paper described below and moving towards the present day understanding. Read on! Rand, A.S. Competitive exclusion among anoles (Sauria: Iguanidae) on small islands in the West Indies. [ ]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The relationships of Anolis of the roquet species group (Sauria: Iguanidae). II-Comparative chromosome cytology. Syst. Zool., AND. b. Confirmation of an X-Y sex determining mechanism in lizards (Anolis). Copeia, in press. AND. c. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards: An interpretation based upon chromosomes. The Anolis populations on Martinique in the Lesser Antilles are one such case where species-level populations on ancient precursor islands (ca 6–8 Myr BP) have met relatively recently. The distribution of the mtDNA lineages is tightly linked to the precursor island, but the population genetic analysis of microsatellite variation in large.
The data on Anolis of the Puerto Rico Bank, the Lesser Antilles, and Jamaica are fairly extensive but these earlier studies suffer from a virtual lack of anoline species from Cuba and Hispaniola. Only nine of the 42 Hispaniolan species and only four of the 45 Cuban species of anoline lizards have been compared in MC'F tests. Anolis roquet on Martinique are regarded as nominally conspecific, while A. extremus, at least as phylogenetically divergent as most Lesser Antillean anoles, is found on distant Barbados (with no real prospect of genetic exchange with the Martinique populations) and is regarded as a sound nominal species.
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The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards; an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases. the zoogeography of lesser antillean anolis lizards - an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases.
Gorman, G. & L. Atkins Published by Harvard University Press, Cambridge (). The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards- An analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases. By G C Gorman and L Atkins. Abstract. Volume: Start Page: 53End Page: 8 Publisher: Cambridge, Mass.:The Museum,Year: OAI identifier: Author: G C Gorman and L Atkins.
The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards-an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic by: The distribution of non-native Anolis lizards on Saint Lucia, Lesser Antilles Article (PDF Available) in Caribbean Journal of Science 49(2) October with 83 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Dactyloidae, Iguania, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) Subspecies: Common Names: E: Antigua Bank Tree Anole, Barbuda Bank tree anole, Panther Anole: Synonym: Anolis leachii DUMÉRIL & BIBRON Anolis leachii — BOULENGER 29 Anolis bimaculatus leachii — UNDERWOOD in WILLIAMS et al.
Anolis bimaculatus leachi — LAZELL Gorman, G.C. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards; an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases. Bull. Mus. Comp.
Zool. Harvard (3): - get paper here; Gorman, George C. & Atkins, Leonard The relationships of the Anolis of the roquet species group (Sauria: Iguanidae). III. Gorman, G.C. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards; an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases.
Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard (3): - get paper here; Gorman, George Rip Van Winkle attends the Anolis Symposium, wakes up, and shares some thoughts. Anolis Newsletter VI: - get paper here. Gorman, G.C. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards; an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases.
Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard (3): - get paper here; Gorman, George C. Observations on the distribution of Anolis extremus (Sauria: Iguanidae) on St. Lucia, West Indies - A "colonizing" species.
Anolis Lizards of the Greater Antilles: Using Phylogeny to Test Hypotheses Author: Jennifer (Johnson) Collins OVERVIEW STUDENTS “TAKE A TRIP” to the Greater Antilles to figure out how the Anolis lizards on the islands might have evolved.
They begin by observing the body structures and habitat of different species, then plot this data on a map of the islands to look for patterns in their.
Gorman, G.C. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards; an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases. The Lesser Antilles extend from South America northward in a long arc of more than a dozen major islands and hundreds of small islets.
The number of amphibians and reptiles in the Lesser Antilles is related to the island size, diversity of habitat, and distance from the mainland or another large island. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards-an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases.
GORMAN G. & ATKINS L. () The Zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards: An analysis is based upon chromosomes and lactic. Zool. –—Anolis lizards of the northern Lesser Antilles were studied with starch gel electrophoresis.
A total of 22 genetic loci was analyzed for 15 populations. Adaptive radiation, which results when a single ancestral species gives rise to many descendants, each adapted to a different part of the environment, is possibly the single most important source of biological diversity in the living world.
One of the best-studied examples involves Caribbean Anolis lizards. With about species, Anolis has played an important role in the development of Reviews: 1. The Anolis lizards of the eastern Caribbean islands are parasitized by several species of malaria parasites (Plasmodium).Here I focus on two species of Plasmodium, using molecular data (mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences) to recover the phylogeography of the parasites throughout the Lesser Antilles and Puerto Rico.
The two parasites were originally described as a single species, P. Gorman GC & Atkins L (). The zoogeography of the Lesser Antilles. Anolis. lizards: An analysis based on chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology. –80 Gorman GC, Licht P, Dessauer HC & Boos JO ().
Reproductive failure among the hybridizing. Anolis. lizards of Trinidad. Systematic Zoology. – Anolis species Anolis acutus Name Synonyms Anolis newtoni Günther, Ctenonotus acutus Nicholson Et Al., Homonyms Anolis acutus Hallowell, Common names Saint Croix's Anole in English Saint Croix's anole in English Sharp Anole in English.
Andrews, Robin M. () Evolution of life histories: A comparison of Anolis lizards from matched island and mainland habitats.: Breviora (): The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards; an analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases.: Bull. Adaptive radiation in Lesser Antillean lizards: molecular phylogenetics and species recognition in the Lesser Antillean dwarf gecko complex, Sphaerodactylus fantasticus R.
S. THORPE, A. G. JONES.The anole fauna of the Lesser Antilles is depauperate in relation to that of the Greater Antilles, where complex communities characterized by adaptive specialization and convergent structure are present.
Much of this adaptation is the result of changes in body size and shape, probably as a result of interspecific competition.Helminths of 12 species of Anolis lizards (Poly- chrotidae) from the Lesser Antilles, West Indies. J. Helminthol. Soc. Wash. & Gorman G.C. Studies on the evolution and geography of Anolis (Sauria, Iguanidae).
Ph.D. Diss., Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Massachusetts. - and L. Atkins. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards - An analysis based upon.