The following bibliography has been generated by bringing together all references provided by our content partners. There may be duplication.

References

  • Aborn, D., D. Froehlich. 1995. An observation of a summer tanager attempting to eat an anolis lizard. Journal of Field Ornithology, 66/4: 501-502.
  • Allen, Morrow J. 1932. A survey of the Amphibians and reptiles of Harrison County, Mississippi. American Museum Novitates (542): 1-20.
  • Andersson, L.G. 1900. Catalogue of Linnean type-specimens of Linnaeus's Reptilia in the Royal Museum in Stockholm. Bihang till Konglika Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens. Handlingar. Stockholm. (4) 26 (1): 1-29. .
  • Arnold, Debbie M. 1997. Geographic Distribution. Anolis carolinensis carolinensis. Herpetological Review 28 (1): 49.
  • Banks, R. C., R. W. McDiarmid, A. L. Gardner, and W. C. Starnes. 2004. Checklist of Vertebrates of the United States, the U.S. Territories, and Canada, draft (2004)
  • Banks, R. C., R. W. McDiarmid, and A. L. Gardner. 1987. Checklist of Vertebrates of the United States, the U.S. Territories, and Canada. Resource Publication, no. 166. 79
  • Bartlett, R., P. Bartlett. 2009. Guide and Reference to the Crocodilians, Turtles, and Lizards of Eastern and Central North America (North of Mexico). Gainsville, FL: University Press of Florida.
  • Bishop, D., A. Echternacht. 2004. Emergence behavior and movements of winter-aggregated green anoles Anolis carolinensis and the thermal characteristics of their crevices in Tennessee. Herptologica, 60/2: 168-177.
  • Bishop, D.C. & Echternacht, A.C. 2004. Emergence behavior and movements of winter-aggregated Green Anoles (Anolis carolinensis) and the thermal characteristics of their crevices in Tennessee. Herpetologica 60 (2): 168-177.
  • Bonetti, Mathilde. 2002. 100 Sauri. Mondadori (Milano), 192 pp.
  • Boulenger, G.A. 1885. Catalogue of the lizards in the British Museum (Natural History). Vol. 2, Second edition. London, xiii+497 pp.
  • Burt, Charles E. 1935. Further records of the ecology and distribution of amphibians and reptiles in the middle west. American Midland Naturalist 16 (3): 311-336.
  • Buth, Donald G.;Gorman, George C.;Lieb, Carl S. 1980. Genetic divergence between Anolis carolinensis and its Cuban progenitor, Anolis porcatus. Journal of Herpetology 14 (3): 279-284.
  • Cooper Jr., W.E. 2005. Duration of movement as a lizard foraging movement variable. Herpetologica 61 (4): 363-372.
  • Crews, D. 1975. Inter- and intraindividual variation in display patterns in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. Herpetologica, 31/1: 37-47.
  • Crews, D., N. Greenberg. 1981. Function and causation of social signals in lizards. American Zoologist, 21/1: 273-294.
  • Daudin. 1802. Histoire Naturelle, Générale et Particulière des Reptiles, Vol. 4. F. Dufart, Paris.
  • Dirickson, W. 1976. Ecology and physiological aspects of reproductive strategies in two lizards. Ecology, 57/3: 445-458.
  • Duméril, A. M. C. and G. Bibron. 1837. Erpétologie Générale ou Histoire Naturelle Complete des Reptiles. Vol. 4. Libr. Encyclopédique Roret, Paris, 570 pp.
  • Dundee, H.A., & Rossman, D.A. 1989. The amphibians and reptiles of Louisiana. Louisiana St. Univ. Press, Baton Rouge 300 pp.
  • Fitzinger, L. 1843. Systema Reptilium, fasciculus primus, Amblyglossae. Braumüller et Seidel, Wien: 106 pp.
  • Flores-Villela, Oscar / McCoy, C. J., ed. 1993. Herpetofauna Mexicana: Lista anotada de las especies de anfibios y reptiles de México, cambios taxonómicos recientes, y nuevas especies. Carnegie Museum of Natural History Special Publication, no. 17. iv + 73
  • Frank & Kate's Web Page (Online source)   http://www.pondturtle.com/ External link.
  • George, Steven G. 1994. Anolis carolinensis (green anole). USA: Louisiana. Herpetological Review 25 (4): 164.
  • Gorman, G., P. Licht. 1973. Sexual dimorphism in body size and ovarian activity in the lizard Anolis carolinensis. American Midland Naturalist, 90/1: 235-239.
  • Gray, J. E. 1845. Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. Trustees of die British Museum/Edward Newman, London: xxvii + 289 pp.
  • Husak, Jerry F. 1996. Geographic Distribution. Anolis carolinensis. Herpetological Review 27 (4): 210.
  • Irschick, D., G. Gentry, A. Herrel, B. Vanhooydonck. 2006. Effects of sarcophagid fly infestations of green anole lizards Anolis carolinensis: an anaysis across seasons and age/sex. Journal of Herpetology, 40/1: 107-112.
  • Jenssen, T. A.;Congdon, J. D.;Fischer, R. U.;Estes, R.;Kling, D.;Edmands, S. 1995. Morphological characteristics of the lizard Anolis carolinensis from South Carolina. Herpetologica 51: 401-411.
  • Jenssen, T., S. Nunez. 1998. Spatial and breeding relationships of the lizard, Anolis carolinenis: evidence of intrasexual selection. Behaviour, 135/7: 981-1003.
  • Katsu, Y. et al. 2009. From Reptilian Phylogenomics to Reptilian Genomes: Analyses of c-Jun and DJ-1 Proto-Oncogenes. Cytogenet Genome Res 127: 79-93.
  • Kordis, D. 2009. Transposable Elements in Reptilian and Avian (Sauropsida) Genomes. Cytogenet Genome Res 127: 94-111.
  • Krysko, K.K.; Enge, K.M.; Donlan, E.M.; Golden, E.Z.; Burgess, J.P. & Larson, K.W. 2009. THE NON-MARINE HERPETOFAUNA OF KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 5(1):132-142.
  • LOMBARDO,MICHAEL P. & PATRICK A. THORPE. 2008. Digit Ratios in Green Anolis Lizards (Anolis carolinensis). ANATOMICAL RECORD 291:433–440.
  • Lailvaux, S., A. Herrel, B. VanHooydonck, J. Meyers, D. Irschick. 2012. Performance capacity, fighting tactics and the evolution of life-stage male morphs in the green anole lizard Anolis carolinensis. Proceedings: Biological Sciences, 271/1556: 2501-2508.
  • Liner, Ernest A. 2007. A CHECKLIST OF THE AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF MEXICO. Louisiana State University Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural Science 80: 1-60.
  • Losos, J. 2009. Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree Ecology and Adaptive Radiation of Anoles. Berkely and Los Angeles, California: University of California Press.
  • Losos, Jonathan B.;Irschick, Duncan J.;Schoener, Thomas W. 1994. Adaptation and constraint in the evolution of specialization of Bahamian Anolis lizards. Evolution 48 (6): 1786-1798.
  • Lovern, M. 2000. Behavioral ontogeny in free-ranging juvenile male and female green anoles, Anolis carolinensis, in relation to sexual selection. Journal of Herpetology, 34/2: 274-281.
  • Lovern, M., T. Jenssen, K. Orrell, T. Tuchak. 1999. Comparisons of temporal display structure across contexts and populations in male Anolis carolinensis: signal stability or liability?. Herptologica, 55/2: 222-234.
  • Lovern, M., T. Jenssen. 2001. The effects of context, sex, and body size on staged social interactions in juvenile male and female green anoles (Anolis carolinensis). Behaviour, 138/9: 1117-1135.
  • Lönnberg, Einar. 1894. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in 1892 and 1893. Proc. US Natl. Mus. 17 (1003): 317-339.
  • Macedonia, J., A. Echternacht, J. Walguarnery. 2003. Color variation, habitat light, and background contrast in Anoils carolinensis along a geographical transect in Florida. Journal of Herpetology, 37/3: 467-478.
  • Mallatt, Jon and Christopher J. Winchell. 2007. Ribosomal RNA genes and deuterostome phylogeny revisited: More cyclostomes, elasmobranchs, reptiles, and a brittle star. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43 (3): 1005-1022 .
  • Malone, John H.;Davis, Wayne. 1998. Geographic distribution. Anolis carolinensis. Herpetological Review 29 (4): 248.
  • Mattison, C. 1989. Lizards of the World. New York, New York: Fact on File, Inc.
  • McMillan, David M. and Duncan J. Irschick. 2010. Experimental Test of Predation and Competition Pressures on the Green Anole (Anolis carolinensis) in Varying Structural Habitats. Journal of Herpetology 44 (2): 272–278.
  • Mckeown, Sean. 1996. A Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians in the Hawaiian Islands. Diamond Head Publishing, Inc., Los Osos, CA,.
  • Michaud, Edward J.;Echternacht, Arthur C. 1995. Geographic variation in the life history of the lizard Anolis carolinensis and support for the pelvic constraint model. Journal of Herpetology 29 (1): 86-97.
  • Miller, W., M. Wolbarsht. 1962. Neural activity in the parietal eye of a lizard. Science, 135/3500: 316-317.
  • Milstead, W. 1965. Lizard Ecology: A Symposium. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press.
  • Modi, W.S. & Crews, D. 2005. Sex chromosomes and sex determination in reptiles. Curr Opin Genet Dev 15: 660-665.
  • Nicholson, K. E., R. E. Glor, J. J. Kolbe, A. Larson, S. B. Hedges, and J. B. Losos. 2005. Mainland colonization by island lizards. Journal of Biogeography 32: 929–938.
  • Oliver, J. 1951. "Gliding" in amphibians and reptiles, with a remark on an arboreal adaptation in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis carolinensis Voigt. The American Naturalist, 85/822: 171-176.
  • Oliver, James A. 1951. "Gliding" in amphibians and reptiles, with a remark on an arboreal adaptation in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis carolinensis Voight. The American Naturalist 85 (822): 171-176.
  • Orrell, K., J. Congdon, T. Jenssen, R. Michener, T. Kunz. 2004. Intersexual differences in energy expenditure of Anolis carolinensis lizards during breeding and postbreeding seasons. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 77/1: 50-64.
  • Pansza, Janelle M. and Robert Powell. 2005. Geographic Distribution: Anolis carolinensis (Green Anole). Herpetological Review 36 (2):201.
  • Poe, S. 2004. Phylogeny of anoles. Herpetological Monographs 18: 37-89.
  • Rauh, J. 2006. Der Rotkehlanolis (Anolis carolinensis). Natur und Tier Verlag (Münster), 64 pp.
  • Rohrilich, S., R. Rubin. 1975. Biochemical characterization of crystals from the derman iridophores of a chamelean Anolis carolinensis. The Journal of Cell Biology, 66/3: 635-645.
  • Ruby, D. 1984. Male breeding success and differential access to females in Anolis carolinensis. Herpetologica, 40/3: 272-280.
  • Schneider, C.J. 2009. Exploiting genomic resources in studies of speciation and adaptive radiation of lizards in the genus Anolis. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 48 (4): 520–526.
  • Sexton, O., C. Hoger, E. Ortleb. 1966. Anolis carolinensis: effects of feeding on reaction to aposematic prey. Science, 153/3740: 1140.
  • Sigmund, W. 1983. Female preference for Anolis carolinensis males as a function of dewlap color and background coloration. Journal of Herpetology, 17/2: 137-143.
  • Smith, H. 1946. Handbook of Lizards. Ithaca, New York: Comstock Publishing Company.
  • Vance T. 1991. MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION AND SYSTEMATICS OF THE GREEN ANOLE ANOLIS-CAROLINENSIS (REPTILIA, IGUANIDAE). Bull. Maryland Herp. Soc. 27 (2): 43-89.
  • Vanhooydonck, B., A. Herrel, R. Damme, J. Meyers, D. Irschick. 2005. The relationship between dewlap size and performance changes with age and sex in a green anole (Anolis caolinensis) lizard population. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 59/1: 157-165.
  • Versely, D., M. Hadly. 1971. Calcium requirement for melanophore-stimulating hormone action on melanophores. Science, 173/4000: 923-925.
  • Voigt. 1832. . In Cuvier`s Thierreich,Vol.2: 71.
  • Voigt. 1832. In Cuvier`s Thierreich,Vol.2: 71
  • Wade, J. K.;Echternacht, A. C.;McCracken, G. F. 1983. Genetic variation and similarity in Anolis carolinensis (Sauria: Iguanidae). Copeia 1983 (2): 523-529.
  • von Geldern, Charles E. 1919. Mechanism in the production of the throat-fan in the Florida chameleon, Anolis carolinensis. Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. 9 (12): 313-329.
  • von Geldern, Charles E. 1921. Color changes and structure of the skin of Anolis carolinensis. Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. 10 (10): 77-117 + 3 plates.

Disclaimer

EOL content is automatically assembled from many different content providers. As a result, from time to time you may find pages on EOL that are confusing.

To request an improvement, please leave a comment on the page. Thank you!