In the lizard world, flashy colors attract the interest of females looking for mates. But they can make colorful males desirable to other eyes, too — as lunch. L. Swierk, J. F. F. Boyer, J. Chang, M. Petelo, S. M. Drobniak. Intrasexual variability of a conspicuous social signal influences attack rate of lizard models in an experimental test. Evolutionary Ecology, 2020; DOI: 10.1007/s10682-020-10085-7 Leer más.