April 2020 cover
Genetically distinct populations of urban lizards, such as Anolis cristatellus in Puerto Rico, provide an opportunity to understand rapid parallel evolution of complex thermal traits. A single polymorphism associated with heat tolerance may explain how these lizards can endure high temperatures.
Nature Ecology and Evolution
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