Anole Annals is an extremely active blog that specializes in discussing studies of Anolis lizards (anoles), although posts often cover a wide range of biological, ecological, and evolutionary topics.
You can find all of my posts here:
*posts written by me
✝posts about by research, authored by someone else
*Early Breeding Season Injuries Through Aggressive Interactions in Miami, FL
*Ecology of the San Salvador bark anole (Anolis distichus ocior)
*ESA 2016: Top-Down Effects of Brown Anoles on Islands Following Hurricanes
*ESA 2016: Niche Partitioning and Rapid Adaptation of Urban Anoles
*JMIH 2016: Variation and distribution of Anolis roosevelti
✝JMIH 2016: Exploring social networks and species coexistence of Anolis lizards
*Dewlap Displays in Cuban Knight Anoles (A. equestris)
*Cuban Knight Anole (A. equestris) with a Hole in Its Dewlap
*Crested anole (A. cristatellus) predation by a Tricolored heron (Egretta tricolor) in Miami, FL
*Brown anole predation by Red-bellied woodpeckers in Florida
*On the importance of dorsal and tail-crest illumination in Anolis signals
*Brown anole (A. sagrei) surveys in Orange County, CA
*✝Revisited: What is an ecological community?
*Battling crested anoles (A. cristatellus) in South Miami, FL
✝Will the introduced brown anole doom the native skink of Bermuda?
*Bark anole battle scares in Miami, FL
*Great egret eating a crested anole in Miami, FL
✝Grey-dewlapped crested anole
*News flash: Panfish poles back on sale!
*Infected hemipenis in Anolis cristatellus?
*Tutorial: How to measure Anolis toepad length and width using ImageJ
*Survey results: How many lamellae are on this toepad?
*Survey: How many lamellae are on this toepad?
✝Does the Fairchild Botanical Garden in Miami have the largest community of introduced anoles in the world?
*Crown-giant habitat overlap
*Anoles have it tough in South Florida!
*Anole-Gecko habitat overlap
✝JMIH 2014: Using biological invasions to model the fundamental niche: A case study using the Cuban brown anole (Anolis sagrei)
*Variable definitions in community ecology
*Brown anoles in tree islands
*Trunk-ground anoles living in high rises
*Strange dewlap colour and pattern
*Another observation of nectivory in Anolis
✝Anole talks are herp meetings
*Anoles on the rocks, so to speak
*(K)night anoles: Nocturnal activity facilitated by artificial lights?
*Miami anole safari (Part III)
Two adult male Puerto Rican crested anoles (Anolis cristatellus) locked in an aggressive dispute in Miami, FL. Read more about it here!
A female American green anole (Anolis carolinensis) basking in the mid-morning sun in early February 2016 in Miami, FL. Read my blog post about the rarely observed behaviour of nectivory in A. carolinensis here!