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Lost Lizards of Los Angeles County (LLOLA)

Confirm the presence or absence of lizards in Exposition park, find out where lizards occur in the Los Angeles Basin, and start to hypothesize why they can survive there.

Lost Lizards of Los Angeles County (LLOLA)

Lost Lizards of Los Angeles (LLOLA) aims to do two things: 1) Confirm the presence or absence of lizards in Exposition park. (After all, nobody has looked extensively for them!) 2) Find out where lizards DO occur in the Los Angeles Basin, and start to hypothesize why they can survive there:
Lost Lizards of Los Angeles County (LLOLA)

 

Keywords:

Topic - Lizard Diversity

Audience - Public

Location - Los Angeles, CA

Goals - Research

Other - Citizen Science

 

Organization:
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

 

Contacts:
Lila Higgins, Manager, Citizen Science and Live Animals email Lila Higgins

  213-763-3230

Richard Smart, Coordinator, Citizen Science Program email Richard Smart

   213-763-3535

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