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    Default The pink Iguana

    I thought this article was worth sharing


    http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2009/0...nk-iguana.html
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    deal.diva Guest

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    very cool

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    I saw him!! Very cute!! No room in my family room though....

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    Man... The Galapagos Islands are the one major destination I want to travel to.

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    i would not want to leave lol
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    Default Re: The pink Iguana

    For those with a sincere interest, I've acquired the original descriptions of Conolophus rosada [pink land iguana from Galapagos Islands], a related paper on genetic diversity and possible additional species of Conolophus, and the description of the "new" cryptic species Brachylophus bulabula [a Fijian banded iguana].

    I also downloaded the revision of Leiopython, which I believe provides proper evaluation and description of new pythons described by Raymond Hoser.

    I spent the better part of two hours just downloading papers, mainly concerned with new species, so I haven't had a chance to read any of them yet.

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    Default Re: The pink Iguana

    Two of Hoser's species validated, one with a name correction, three new species named.

    Also among the 80 papers downloaded, a revision of the two-horned chameleons, Kinyongia.

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