A General Explanation for Insular Body Size Trends in Terrestrial Vertebrates

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Abstract

Abstract The insular body size trends for different vertebrate families are compared. Certain groups such as lagomorphs, bats, artiodactyls, elephants, foxes, raccoons, snakes, and teiid and lacertid lizards are habitually represented by relatively smaller forms on islands. On ...

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  • Ted J. Case

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