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Old 05-25-03, 11:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
Join Date: Sep-2002
Location: Victoria,BC, Canada
Age: 29
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Hmmm... I am not too familiar with anoles, but I assume those are two different species, not jsut colours... Ok, this is what I am understanding:
If they do mate, they are obviously recognizing each other as the same species, which would mean they are very similar species.
If that is right, I find 2 possible outcomes.
1. Although they are very similar, and they mated, the species were still too different, and the female wasn't impregnated
2. Because they are so similar, the sperm WAS recognized, and the female was impregnated, although the young will probably have more of a chance of deformities, and probably won't be as healthy when born.
Anyone else?
am I close? lol
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