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    • Ecological consequences of foraging mode 

      Huey, Raymond B.; Pianka, Eric R. (Ecological Society of America, 1981-08)
      Desert lizards are typically either widely foraging or sit-and-wait predators, and these foraging modes are correlated with major differences in ecology. Foraging mode is related to the type of prey eaten by lizards. Widely ...
    • How often do lizards "run on empty"? 

      Huey, Raymond B.; Pianka, Eric R.; Vitt, Laurie J. (Ecological Society of America, 2001-01)
      Energy balance is relevant to diverse issues in ecology, physiology, and evolution. To determine whether lizards are generally in positive energy balance, we synthesized a massive data set on the proportion of individual ...