Former Donnelley Postdoctoral Associate Tracy Langkilde, Professor at Penn State, has research featured in National Geographic and other news media

Tracy Langkilde, former Donnelley Postdoctoral Associate, has research featured in the news
November 14, 2013

– Male lizards less attracted to “bearded ladies” – National Geographic

– Male lizards tend to steer clear of bearded lady lizards – LA Times

– Female lizards with beards not attractive, report other lizards – The Christian Science Monitor

– Male fence lizards prefer feminine unmarked mates over ‘bearded ladies’ – Headlines & Global News

– Eastern Fence Lizards lust less blue companions – Guardian Express

– Males court bearded ladies less – The Scientist

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