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AbstractEnvironmental heterogeneity on spatial and temporal scale fosters organism's capacity to plastically alter coloration. Predation risk might favour the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in colour patterns, as individuals, which change colour throughout the year, could be able to improve their fitness. Here we explored the change in dorsal pigmentation of the Italian wall lizard (Podarcis siculus campestris) along three time points (March, July and October) during the period of activity.doi:10.1101/862268 fatcat:zxhq54vpnvefrlwjrc2pf7zabe