A story of nasal horns: two new subspecies of Iguana Laurenti, 1768 (Squamata, Iguanidae) in Saint Lucia, St Vincent amp; the Grenadines, and Grenada (southern Lesser Antilles).

@article{Breuil2019ASO,
  title={A story of nasal horns: two new subspecies of Iguana Laurenti, 1768 (Squamata, Iguanidae) in Saint Lucia, St Vincent amp; the Grenadines, and Grenada (southern Lesser Antilles).},
  author={Michel Breuil and Barbara Vuillaume and David Schikorski and Ulrike Krauss and Matthew N. Morton and Pius Haynes and Jennifer C. Daltry and Elizabeth Corry and Glenroy Gaymes and Joanne Gaymes and Nicolas Bech and Mi{\vs}el Jeli{\'c} and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Grandjean},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2019},
  volume={4608 2},
  pages={
          zootaxa.4608.2.1
        }
}
The Lesser Antilles, in the Eastern Caribbean, were long considered to have only two species in the genus Iguana Laurenti 1768: the Lesser Antillean iguana Iguana delicatissima, which is endemic to parts of the Lesser Antilles, and the Common green iguana Iguana iguana, which also occurs throughout Central and South America. No subspecies are currently recognised. However, herpetologists and reptile collectors have pointed out strong physical differences between some of the island populations… 

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