New publication: nocturnal activity in diurnal lizards

We recently had another small piece published – this one in Herpetological Conservation and Biology. It documents the nocturnal use of artificial lighting by diurnal anoles and offers various interesting natural history observations. This is a project coincidentally borne out of sea turtle nesting surveys. We just happened to make some interesting observations during nightly turtle patrols and ended up making a study out of it! Check out the paperĀ HERE.

Andrew Maurer

I am a PhD Candidate and NSF Graduate Research Fellow at NC State. My PhD research focuses on hawksbill sea turtle nesting in Antigua & Barbuda. Contact me at asmaurer@ncsu.edu.