Nesting ecology of the critically endangered Fijian Crested Iguana Brachylophus vitiensis in a Pacific tropical dry forest
Tropical dry forest (TDF) ecosystems occur throughout tropical and subtropical zones and one of their primary characteristics is that they are structurally and functionally constrained by seasonal fluctuations in moisture levels. Organisms within them synchronize growth and reproduction with water availability and many exhibit adaptations to drought conditions. We examined the previously unknown nesting ecology of the Critically Endangered Fijian Crested Iguana Brachylophus vitiensis a TDF...[Show more]
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