When lizards prove too fast, slippery or downright squirrely to catch using other methods, herpetologists will sometimes turn to glue traps to snare their quarry. This technique is particularly useful when trapping elusive scansorial species (e.g. Bauer & Sadlier 1992, Ribeiro-Júnio et al. 2006), but is also proving useful for those of us who study fossil species. Leer más.