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Early hatching enhances survival despite beneficial phenotypic effects of late-season developmental environments
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences
Seasonal shifts in environmental conditions provide predictable cues to which organisms can respond in adaptive ways. For example, seasonal changes in temperature can induce phenotypes at different times of the year that have season-specific fitness benefits. Here, we tested the hypothesis that embryo responses to seasonal changes in thermal environments are adaptively matched to the timing of reproduction (environmental-matching hypothesis). We collected eggs of the brown anole lizard (Anolisdoi:10.1098/rspb.2018.0256 pmid:29540523 fatcat:gusn4biprncbzjlkeqw5tsouee