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1 788 Bartlett, D. 1995. Anoles of the United States. Reptiles Magazine 2(5):48–62, 64–65.
2 7024 Bartlett, D. 2004. Notes from the field. Mr. B's neighborhood: why travel the world when herps abound at home? Reptiles Magazine 12(8):22, 24–27.
3 825 Bartlett, R. D. 1993. Agile anoles and clambering chameleons. Tropical Fish Hobbyist 42(3):148–156, 158, 160–162.
4 862 Bartram, W. 1791. Travels through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee country, the extensive territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the country of the Chactaws; containing, an account of the soil and natural productions of those regions, together with observations on the manners of the Indians. James & Johnson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. 522pp. Bartram, W. 1947. The travels of William Bartram [edited by Mark van Doren]. Dover, New York, New York, USA. 414pp.
5 879 Beck, W. H., Jr. 1948. An ecological study of the cold-blooded vertebrates of a north Florida lake. M.S. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 123pp.
6 1035 Blatchley, W. S. 1902. A nature wooing at Ormond by the Sea. Nature Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. 245pp.
7 1036 Blatchley, W. S. 1931. My nature nook or notes on the natural history of the vicinity of Dunedin, Florida. Nature Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. 302pp.
8 8906 Brown, P. R. 1988. Intraspecific and interspecific behavioral interactions in adult male Anolis sagrei and gray-throated Anolis carolinensis (Sauria: Iguanidae). M.S. Thesis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. 115pp.
9 1197 Brown, P. R., and A. C. Echternacht. 1987. A comparison of intraspecific and interspecific behavioral interactions in Anolis carolinensis and Anolis sagrei. Page 54 (abstract) in Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and the 30th Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, 9–15 August 1987, Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico.
10 1198 Brown, P. R., and A. C. Echternacht. 1991. Interspecific behavioral interaction of adult male Anolis sagrei and gray-throated Anolis carolinensis (Sauria: Iguanidae): a preliminary field study. Anolis Newsletter IV:21–30.
11 1336 Campbell, T. 1999. Consequences of the Cuban brown anole invasion in Florida: it's not easy being green. Anolis Newsletter V:12–21.
12 1349 Campbell, T. S. 2000. Analysis of the effects of an exotic lizard (Anolis sagrei) on a native lizard (Anolis carolinensis) in Florida, using islands as experimental units. Dissertation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. 336pp.
13 1408 Carr, A. F., Jr. 1940. A contribution to the herpetology of Florida. University of Florida Publications, Biological Sciences 3:1–118.
14 1616 Corn, M. J. 1971. Upper thermal limits and thermal preferenda for three sympatric species of Anolis. Journal of Herpetology 5:17–21.
15 1664 Crews, D. 1980. Interrelationships among ecological, behavioral, and neuroendocrine processes in the reproductive cycle of Anolis carolinensis and other reptiles. Advances in Studies of Behavior 11:1–74.
16 1703 Dalrymple, G. H. 1994. Non-indigenous amphibians and reptiles. Pages 67–71, 73–78 in D. C. Schmitz and T. C. Brown, project directors. An assessment of invasive non-indigenous species in Florida's public lands. Florida Department of Environmental Protection Technical Report No. TSS-94-100, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.
17 2154 Echternacht, A. C., and D. M. MacDonald. 1987. Red and gray dewlap Anolis carolinensis in Florida: female choice. Page 72 (abstract) in Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and the 30th Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, 9–15 August 1987, Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico.
18 6765 Faulk, E. H. 1950. Maze learning of Anolis carolinensis. M.A. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 39pp.
19 2690 Goin, O. B. 1955. The world outside my door. MacMillan, New York, New York, USA. 184pp.
20 2732 Greenberg, C. H., D. G. Neary, and L. D. Harris. 1994. A comparison of herpetofaunal sampling effectiveness of pitfall, single-ended, and double-ended funnel traps used with drift fences. Journal of Herpetology 28:319–324.
21 2776 Grow, G. 1985. "Chameleons" (properly called anoles). ENFO (Florida Conservation Foundation) 85(1):2.
22 2862 Harcourt, H. 1889. Home life in Florida. John P. Morton and Company, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. 433pp.
23 3123 Hoole, W. S., editor. 1974. East Florida in 1834: letters of Dr. John Durkee. Florida Historical Quarterly 52:294–308.
24 10343 Kamath, A., and Y. E. Stuart, Y. E. 2015. Movement rates of the lizard Anolis carolinensis (Squamata: Dactyloidae) in the presence and absence of Anolis sagrei (Squamata: Dactyloidae). Breviora 546:1–7.
25 9903 Kamath, A., Y. E. Stuart, and T. S. Campbell. 2013. Behavioral partitioning by the native lizard Anolis carolinensis in the presence and absence of the invasive Anolis sagrei in Florida. Breviora 535:1–10.
26 6763 Kaszyk, K. F. 2002. Stress reactivity style in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. M.A. Thesis, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida, USA. 37pp.
27 3490 King, F. W. 1966. Competition between two south Florida lizards of the genus Anolis. Dissertation, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, USA. 104pp.
28 6666 Lockwood, S. 1876. The Florida chameleon. American Naturalist 10:4–16.
29 3808 Loennberg, E. 1894. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in 1892 and 1893. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 17:317–339.
30 3851 Lovern, M. B., and T. A. Jenssen. 1998. Comparisons of temporal display structure across contexts and populations in male Anolis carolinensis: signal stability or lability? Virginia Journal of Science 49:65 (abstract).
31 3852 Lovern, M. B., T. A. Jenssen, and K. S. Orrell. 1998. Comparisons of temporal display structure across contexts and populations in male Anolis carolinensis: signal stability or lability? Abstract in Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 41st Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 46th Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, 14th Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, and the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Herpetologists, 16–22 July 1998, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
32 3853 Lovern, M. B., T. A. Jenssen, K. S. Orrell, and T. Tuchak. 1999. Comparisons of temporal display structure across contexts and populations in male Anolis carolinensis: signal stability or lability? Herpetologica 55:222–234.
33 8908 MacDonald, D. M. 1987. The significance of male dewlap color in female mate selection of Anolis carolinensis (Iguanidae) from South Florida. M.S. Thesis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. 55pp.
34 4205 Medvin, M. B. 1990. Sex differences in coloration and optical signalling in the lizard Anolis carolinensis (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae). Animal Behaviour 39:192–193.
35 4265 Meyerriecks, A. J. 1960. Green anole threatens wasp. Copeia 1960:60.
36 4784 Packard, W. 1910. Florida trails as seen from Jacksonville to Key West and from November to April inclusive by Winthrop Packard ... illustrated from photographs by the author and others. Small, Maynard and Company, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. 300pp.
37 5152 Robinson, G. B., S. C. Robinson, and J. Lane. 1996. Discover a watershed: the Everglades. The Watercourse, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, USA. 278pp.
38 5253 Safford, W. E. 1919. Natural history of Paradise Key and the near-by Everglades of Florida. Pages 377–434 in Smithsonian Report for 1917. [Publication No. 2508, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.]
39 9539 Simon, V. 2011. A highly anecdotal account of a most remarkable anole. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians 18:238−240.
40 5638 Stevenson, J. 1992. Run Bambi run. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Resource Management, Resource Management Notes 4(4):13–14.
41 5787 Thompson, F. G. 1954. Notes on the behavior of the lizard Anolis carolinensis. Copeia 1954:299.
42 5850 Tokarz, R. R., and J. W. Beck, Jr. 1987. Behaviour of the suspected lizard competitors Anolis sagrei and Anolis carolinensis: an experimental test for behavioural interference. Animal Behaviour 35:722–734.
43 7452 Walguarnery, J. W. 2005. Population variation in behavior during encounters between hatchlings of the green anole and an invasive congener. Abstract in Joint Meeting of the 21st Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, 85th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 63rd Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, and the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles; 6–11 July 2005, Tampa, Florida, USA.
44 9809 Walguarnery, J. W., R. M. Goodman, and A. C. Echternacht. 2012. Thermal biology and temperature selection in juvenile lizards of co-occurring native and introduced Anolis species. Journal of Herpetology 46:620–624.
45 6190 Wilson, M. A. 1986. Geographic variation in the CTMIN of Anolis carolinensis along a north-south transect. Page 116 (abstract) in Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the 34th Annual Meeting of The Herpetologists' League and 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 10–15 August 1986, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri, USA.
46 6191 Wilson, M. A., and A. C. Echternacht. 1987. Geographic variation in the critical thermal minimum of the green anole, Anolis carolinensis (Sauria: Iguanidae), along a latitudinal gradient. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A Comparative Physiology 87:757–760.
47 6192 Wilson, M. A., and A. C. Echternacht. 1990. A comparison of heat and cold tolerance of two morphs of Anolis carolinensis (Iguanidae) from southern Florida. Journal of Herpetology 24:330–333.

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