Sorry to trouble you all. But i was wondering whether anyone can tell me
anything about the evolution of the green iguana (or other iguanids) at all?
Thanks for any help.
> Thanks for any help.
Yes, I would be glad to share this info with you (and of course, others
here). Give me a day or so to write things up (it will be quite lengthy and
will more than likely require a couple of postings).
Iguanidae contain 700 species grouped in over 50 genera, and are among the
lizard families that have the greatest number of forms; the evolution of
Iguanidae is quite fascinating as well as complex. I am assuming you are
interested in the most common/well-known Iguanidae, which would of course
include Iguana iguana (Green Iguana), Cyclura spp (Rock Iguana's) and
Ctenosaur (Spiny-tailed Iguana's); it is these most common that I will post
to this group (for no other reason than the complexity of including all
forms of Iguanidae).
Keep an eye out.