Reptiles & Amphibians (ISSN 2332-4961) is an international open-access journal that publishes peer-reviewed research in all aspects of herpetology with an emphasis on conservation and natural history. In addition, R&A profiles ongoing efforts in herpetological conservation, key persons involved in herpetological conservation and research, and international destinations of herpetological interest.

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Vol. 29 No. 1 (2022): Reptiles & Amphibians
San Salvador Rock Iguana (Cyclura rileyi). This photograph was taken by John Binns on 13 November 2004 at the Ardastra Gardens & Wildlife Conservation Centre in Nassau.
San Salvador Rock Iguana (Cyclura rileyi). This photograph was taken by John Binns on 13 November 2004 at the Ardastra Gardens & Wildlife Conservation Centre in Nassau.

San Salvador Rock Iguanas are endangered. Three currently recognized subspecies are restricted to three small Bahamian island groups. Principal threats to the species include habitat encroachment by human development and predation by feral dogs and cats.

Published: 2022-01-09

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