Distribution of iguanas in the Grenadine Islands (modified from Henderson and Powell 2018; Breuil et al. 2019). Note there are alien iguanas on some islands and not all of the island clusters shown here have purebred populations of I. insularis insularis. The grey line south of St. Vincent marks the break between the Saint Vincent Bank to the north and the Grenada Bank to the south. The black line between Petit St. Vincent and Petit(e) Martinique shows the political boundary between St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the north and Grenada to the south. The Grenadine Islands form an archipelago from the south of St. Vincent to the north of Grenada. Almost all the Grenadine Islands in St. Vincent and the Grenadines were surveyed during this work and, with the exception of Savan Island, had iguanas at the time of our visits. Petit Mustique was inaccessible during our survey. The islets of Sugar Loaf, Green Island,c and Sandy Island (all in Grenada) are reported to no longer have iguanas (Henderson and Powell 2018) but iguanas fitting the morphology of I. insularis insularis have been observed on Carriacou and Mabouya Islands (see text).

  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