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A review of the colonization dynamics of the northern curly-tailed lizard (Leiocephalus Carinatus Armouri) in Florida

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2004-09
Title: A review of the colonization dynamics of the northern curly-tailed lizard (Leiocephalus Carinatus Armouri) in Florida.
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Name(s): Smith, Henry T., creator
Engeman, Richard M., creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Article
Issuance: single unit
Date Issued: 2004-09
Publisher: Florida Ornithological Society
Identifier: 11527 (digitool), FADT11527 (IID), fau:1871 (fedora)
FAU Department/College: Honors College
Note(s): This analysis speculates that native lizards have been, or will be, impacted by northern curly-tailed lizards within their expanding Florida coastal peninsula and barrier island region. For this reason, the impacts of this species on Florida's native lizards and other fauna warrant examination in concert with documentation of its geographic range changes.
This manuscript is a version of an article published in the Florida Field Naturalist v. 32, no. 3(2004) p. 107-113
Subject(s): Lizards--Florida
Lizards--Reproduction
Reptiles--Florida
Ecosystem management--Florida
Curlytail lizards
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/dt/11527
Restrictions on Access: ©2004 Florida Ornithological Society
Owner Institution: FAU
Has Part: This manuscript is a version of an article published in the Florida Field Naturalist v. 32, no. 3(2004) p. 107-113.

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