A distribution of the five Iguana species recognized by Breuil et al. (2020). The Lesser Antilles contain three endemic species (I. delicatissima, I. insularis, I. melanoderma) and the invasive aliens I. iguana and I. rhinolopha, which hybridize with the endemic insular taxa. The grey line between Central and South America indicates the approximate limit between the two recognized continental species, but the taxonomy and distribution of iguanas in this area warrants further investigation B the three geological banks referred to in this paper are separated by two horizontal dash black lines. The black line indicates the political boundary between the country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the north and Grenada to the south. The iguanas are named according to the results of this study and Breuil et al. (2020).

  Part of: Breuil M, Schikorski D, Vuillaume B, Krauss U, Daltry JC, Gaymes G, Gaymes J, Lepais O, Bech N, Jelić M, Becking T, Grandjean F (2022) Iguana insularis (Iguanidae) from the southern Lesser Antilles: An endemic lineage endangered by hybridization. ZooKeys 1086: 137-161. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1086.76079