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Allison Alberts

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780520238541

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520238541.001.0001

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Conservation of an Endangered Bahamian Rock Iguana, II

Conservation of an Endangered Bahamian Rock Iguana, II

Morphological Variation and Conservation Priorities

(p.258) 18 Conservation of an Endangered Bahamian Rock Iguana, II

Ronald L. Carter

William K. Hayes

University of California Press

This chapter analyzes morphological and genetic variations within and between the three subspecies of the San Salvador iguana (Cyclura rileyi). It considers several aspects of morphology including body size, frequency of injuries, femoral pore counts, and head scalation. It also presents recommendations for conservation and future research on C. rileyi.

Keywords:   morphological variation, genetic variation, San Salvador iguana, Cyclura rileyi, body size, femoral pore counts, head scalation

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