Predictions & Data for this entry

Model: std climate: BWh, BSh migrate:
COMPLETE = 2.8 ecozone: TA food: biCi
MRE = 0.142 habitat: 0iTa, 0iTd gender: Dg
SMSE = 0.175 embryo: Tt reprod: O

Zero-variate data
ab85.1 79.43 (0.06668)dage at birthKear2004a
ap208.1 317.7 (0.5269)dage at pubertyKear2004b
am5475 5475 (8.424e-05)dlife spanBaue2013
Lb2.037 1.973 (0.03122)cmsnout to vent length at birthKear2004c
Lp4.3 3.929 (0.08622)cmsnout to vent length at pubertyKear2005
Li5.5 5.435 (0.01176)cmultimate snout to vent lengthKear2005
Wwb0.1698 0.1828 (0.07663)gwet weight at birth Kear2004c, Robe2012
Wwp1.938 1.443 (0.2557)gwet weight at puberty Kear2004c, Robe2012
Wwi4.324 3.819 (0.1168)gultimate wet weight Kear2004c, Robe2012
Ri0.01151 0.01154 (0.002464)#/dmaximum reprod rateKear2005
Uni-variate data
DatasetFigure(RE)Independent variableDependent variableReference
Tab see Fig. 1 (0.132)temperaturedevelopment timeKear2004a
LW see Fig. 2 (0.1183)snout vent lengthwet weight Kear2004a, Robe2012
tW see Fig. 3 (0.1479)timewet weight Kear2004c
WO see Fig. 4 (0.4184)weightO2 consumption rate Kear2004c, Robe2012
Pseudo-data at Tref
DataGeneralised animalHeteronotia binoeiUnitDescription
v 0.02 0.007347cm/denergy conductance
kap 0.8 0.8971-allocation fraction to soma
kap_R 0.95 0.95-reproduction efficiency
p_M 18 32.64J/^3vol-spec som maint
k_J 0.002 0.0021/dmaturity maint rate coefficient
kap_G 0.8 0.793-growth efficiency


  • The value for l_p is length at first first clutch, but this does not account for the time taken to build up reproduction buffer for first clutch


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  • [Kear2004b] M. R. Kearney. The ecology and evolution of hybrid parthenogenesis in the Australian arid zone. PhD thesis, 2004.
  • [Kear2004a] M. R. Kearney and R. Shine. Developmental success, stability and plasticity in closely related parthenogenetic and sexual lizards (Heteronotia, Gekkonidae). Evolution, 58(7):1560--1572, 2004.
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  • [Robe2012] J. A. Roberts, H. D. Vo, M. K. Fujita, C. Moritz, and M. R. Kearney. Physiological implications of genomic state in parthenogenetic lizards of reciprocal hybrid origin. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25(2):252--263, 2012.

Bibtex file with references for this entry

Michael Kearney, 2017/06/12

accepted: 2017/06/12

refer to this entry as: AmP Heteronotia binoei version 2017/06/12