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SYNOPSIS. A review of field and laboratory investigations suggests that many ectothermic vertebrates can exploit the spatiotemporal distribution of environmental temperatures to maximize energy utilization and to enhance survivability. Diel and seasonal cycles in thermal preference, acclimation rate, thermal tolerance and heat-hardening may well be adapted to temporal variations in environmental temperature. In addition, many ectoiherms behaviorally exploit thermal heterogeneity in thedoi:10.1093/icb/19.1.367 fatcat:z2jbmzlvpzh6zbrcyt6xakym3i