Reilly, Stephen M. et al., editors.
$226.00

The foraging mode of lizards has been a central theme in guiding research in lizard biology for three decades. Foraging mode has been shown to be a pervasive evolutionary force moulding the diet, ecology, behaviour, anatomy, biomechanics, life history and physiology of lizards. This volume reviews the state of our knowledge on the effects of foraging mode on these and other biological systems to show how they have evolved, over a wide taxonomic survey of lizard groups. The reviews presented here reveal the continuous nature of foraging strategies in lizards and snakes, providing the reader with an up-to-date review of the field, and will equip researchers with new insights and future directions for the sit-and-wait vs. wide foraging paradigm.  This will serve as a reference book for herpetologists, evolutionary biologists, ecologists and animal behaviorists.

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Cambridge University Press, July 2007.  558 pages, Octavo, hardcover, line drawings, other illustrations.

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Weight 1100 g