Our new paper on how resting metabolic rate differs between sexes differently on different islands was just published in Physiological and Biochemical Zoology! In this manuscript, we demonstrate that males from a population of brown anoles with greater male-biased sexual size dimorphism have lower metabolic rates than those from a population with less male-biased sexual size dimorphism. We then discuss the mechanisms that might underly this interesting pattern. This paper is the culmination of work that first author John David Curlis and I began in Bob Cox's lab at the University of Virginia. Check out the link to read the paper!