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Behavioural responses of reptiles to visitors of protected areas in Costa Rica
Tourists can have a strong impact on the behaviour of wild animals, modifying foraging strategies, diet and habitat use, increasing stress, and altering communication and escaping behaviour. Such behavioural changes have ...
Composition and species richness of the herpetofauna of a Costa Rican University campus
The campus of the University of Costa Rica in Limón port city, Costa Rica, known as Sede del Caribe (SC), includes a secondary forest of ca. 40 years old. This forest holds a great potential for environmental education, ...
Proceedings of the ICSEM10 Costa Rica
Este documento corresponde con la memoria completa del X Congreso Internacional sobre Sistemática y Ecología de Mixomicetes (ICSEM10) celebrado en la Sede del Atlántico de la Universidad de Costa Rica entre el 25 y el 28 ...
Sexual size dimorphism and ecomorphology of the Berthold’s bush anole (Polychrus gutturosus) in Costa Rica: Preliminary data
Sexual size dimorphism (SSD) is the result of sexual or natural selection operating differently on the body sizes of females and males. Males of most lizard species are larger than females, suggesting intrasexual selection on ...
Signal repertoire and contest outcome in the Jacky dragon
Establishing dominance is an important mechanism for determining access to resources such as mates or territories. However, levels of aggression and dominance may vary among populations based on history and variation in ...
Effect of temperature on the visual displays of the Jacky dragon
In ectotherms such as lizards, temperature is a key determinant of their behavior and their ability to signal to conspecifics. We asked whether changes in the thermal environment along the distribution of an agamid lizard, ...