The Fijian crested iguana, Brachylophus vitiensis, is an iconic animal for conservation in the South Pacific. Its striking appearance, Critically Endangered listing and disjunct range compared to other iguanids render it of particular interest to both conservation biologists and biogeographers. Yet data on the biology and ecology of crested iguanas in their tropical dry forest habitat remains scant. In Fiji, both tropical dry forests and the endemic crested iguanas are threatened on a national...[Show more]
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