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  • The Iguanidae family is only one of about 17 families of the lacertilian suborder; it includes the subfamilies of iguana iguanas (green) and spiny-tailed (black) iguanas which are abundant in the Puerto Vallarta, Mexico area.

    The Three Eyed Iguanas of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • Within the Iguanidae, the best known of the regions five endemic species are the marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus, VU) and the two threatened species of land iguana endemic to the Galápagos, the Santa Fe land iguana (Conolophus pallidus, VU) and the Galápagos land iguana (Conolophus subcristatus, VU).

    Biological diversity in Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena

  • There are at least 127 species of amphibians and 97 species of reptiles have been recorded in the ecoregion with Colubridae listed as the most diverse family, with 35 species, followed by Iguanidae, with 26 species.

    Chocó-Darién moist forests

  • The most diverse families are the Colubridae, Iguanidae and Gymnophthalmidae.

    Guajira-Barranquilla xeric scrub

  • Distribution of lizards of the genus Tropidurus in Brazil (Sauria, Iguanidae).

    Campos Rupestres montane savanna

  • The biogeography of Brachylophus (Iguanidae) including the description of a new species, B. vitiensis, from Fiji.

    Fiji tropical dry forests

  • _Iguanidae_, and the only species of the anolius found in the territory of the United States.

    The Boy Hunters


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