The Lizard Log

The Langkilde Lab in Action

Signs From Above

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One of the great things about our research is that it takes us to a great variety of places in search of lizards. Whether in Arkansas, Alabama, or New Jersey, we see the interesting parts of America. Or, if nothing else, at least how it’s advertised. So, as a new year approaches, we decided to offer the following recap of some of our less-scientific, but nonetheless interesting observations from the field.


Is this a thing?


The permanent resident across the street from our usual hotel in TN.


For distinguished visitors to a park in TN.


mmm mmm good.

jewelry fudge knives

I’ll take two, please.


A fine establishment, if ever I saw one.

measles bridge

In TN. I hope he’s not catching.


It’s the place to be.

Author: Gail McCormick

Science writer at Penn State University; papercrafter, ecologist, theatre-lover.

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