Johnson Lab students present research at Texas Herpetological Society

In October 2018, the Johnson Lab attended the Texas Herpetological Society meeting in Del Rio, Texas, where four of our senior undergraduate students presented on their research. Daisy Horr gave a talk entitled, “The Ecology of Dynamic Color Change in the Green Anole.” Amy Payne presented a poster on her work, “Tail Autotomy in Lizards Not Associated with Tail Use Behaviors or Energy Storage,” and Sam Afshari and Jesus Vega presented a poster on “Anoles on Steroids: The Effects of Testosterone on Behavior and Muscle Architecture.” Several other members of the lab also attended the conference, and we had a great day together!

The Johnson Lab at the Texas Herpetological Society Meeting