Study links decline in Ozarks lizard population to fire suppression

Eastern collared lizards, once plentiful in the Ozark Mountains, are now listed as a “species of greatest conservation need.” What does their decline say about habitat degradation in the Ozarks? That’s the question University of Arkansas researcher Casey Brewster worked to answer in a recent paper published in the Journal of Herpetology. Brewster, a doctoral candidate […]

Study links decline in Ozarks lizard population to fire suppression

Eastern collared lizards, once plentiful in the Ozark Mountains, are now listed as a "species of greatest conservation need." What does their decline say about habitat degradation in the Ozarks?

Tue 2 Oct 18 from Phys.org

Study Links Decline in Ozarks Lizard Population to Fire Suppression, Tue 2 Oct 18 from Science Blog

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