Sex in the lizard world: Promiscuous females and protective males

The sex life of Australian water skinks (Eulamprus) has received considerable attention in the past few decades. The Keogh Lab documented alternate reproductive tactics in E. heatwolei and Jess Stapley’s PhD focused in part, on fitness consequences of ARTs. More recently, Dan Noble has been working on ARTs in E. quoyii, and this work . . . → Read More: Sex in the lizard world: Promiscuous females and protective males

Kerrie hands in her honours thesis!

On Monday, Kerrie (Wechmann, that is), handed in her honours thesis! And with this, she is the first member of the Australian branch of the Lizard Lab to hand in a thesis of any shape or form. Well done Kerrie! A big celebration is planned. Kerrie did a paternity study examining the influence of . . . → Read More: Kerrie hands in her honours thesis!