jae-2016-00500-r2

In this paper, the authors show that in stark opposition to common wisdom, tail autotomy, a well-known antipredator defence mechanism in lizards, is more strongly driven by intraspecific aggression and is negatively associated with predation across insular and mainland populations of Mediterranean geckos. Itescu et al. https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12591

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