Direct effects of incubation temperature on morphology, thermoregulatory behaviour and locomotor performance in jacky dragons ( Amphibolurus muricatus )
Incubation temperature is one of the most studied factors driving phenotypic plasticity in oviparous reptiles. We examined how incubation temperature influenced hatchling morphology, thermal preference and temperature-dependent running speed in the small
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