The Lizard Lab has an official artist: Sid (aka Steve) Sledge! Here is some of his recent work entitled “the anti-gravity effects of lizard perturbations…”. See more of his amazing work or for insights on life and art, see his blog!
In recent years we have seen the description of new species of miniature frogs, fishes, salamanders and lizards. Frank Glaw, Jorn Kohler, Ted Townsend and Miguel Vences have just described four new species of Malagasy leaf chameleons (Brookesia) that are small enough to perch on the end of a match stick. Their paper was recently […]
A pet Bearded Dragon makes the Sydney Morning Herald for its superior ability on the video game Ant Crusher. Lizard Lab associate Peter Harlow is called upon to comment. Read about it here: Aussie lizard has smartphone game licked.
This has been out for a little while now, but it includes some of our colleagues and students from Macquarie University and UNSW (University of New South Wales). Its a keeper!
I was given this paper by a few friends in the department, which was actually published quite a while ago in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. I’m sure this has stimulated some thought provoking discussions and controversy over the years! The reviewers comments are attached to the bottom of the paper.
This yellow-striped tree skink (Lipinia vittigera) was filmed by Marc and Danielle Nardini at Angkor Wat ruins in Cambodia. While many lizards have conspicuous tails to draw predators to an ‘expendable’ body part, tail waving above the body is extremely rare.
My friend Hamlet Giragossian recently showed me this very interesting web site called the Weird Book Room. Here is an explanation from their web site “Welcome to AbeBooks’ Weird Book Room – heralded by the New York Times, Canada’s Globe and Mail, The Times of London, and The Guardian (UK) as the finest source of […]