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    28 références trouvées pour Iguana iguana:
    Informations pour la gestion de l'espèce
      Résumé: This compilation of information sources can be sorted on keywords for example: Baits & Lures, Non Target Species, Eradication, Monitoring, Risk Assessment, Weeds, Herbicides etc. This compilation is at present in Excel format, this will be web-enabled as a searchable database shortly. This version of the database has been developed by the IUCN SSC ISSG as part of an Overseas Territories Environmental Programme funded project XOT603 in partnership with the Cayman Islands Government - Department of Environment. The compilation is a work under progress, the ISSG will manage, maintain and enhance the database with current and newly published information, reports, journal articles etc.
      Résumé: Available from: [Accessed 22 June 2010]

    3. Malone, C.L. & Davis, S.K. 2004. Genetic contributions to Caribbean iguana conservation. In (eds A.C. Alberts, R.L. Carter, W.K. Hayes, & E.P. Martins) Iguanas: Biology and Conservation, p 45-57. University of California Press, US.
      Résumé: Available from: [Accessed 22 June 2010]

    5. Morton, M. N. 2009. Management of Critical Species on Saint Lucia: Species Profiles and Management Recommendations. Technical Report No. 13 to the National Forest Demarcation and Bio-Physical Resource Inventory Project, FCG International Ltd, Helsinki, Finland
      Résumé: Available from: [Accessed 14 June 2010]

    7. Smith, H.T., W.E. Meshaka, R.M. Engeman, S.M. Crossett, M.E. Foley, and G. Busch. 2006. Raccoon predation as a limiting factor in the success of the Green Iguana in Southern Florida. Journal of Kansas Herpetology 20:7-8.
      Résumé: This database compiles information on alien species from British Overseas Territories.
      Available from: [Accessed 10 November 2009]

    Références générales

    9. Breuil, M. 2002. Histoire naturelle des Amphibiens et des Reptiles terrestres de l'archipel Guadeloupéen. In Patrimoines Naturels, MNHN, Paris.
      Résumé: Ce livre propose une synthèse sur les amphibiens et reptiles terrestres de l'archipel Guadeloupéen. Six espèces d'Anoures, 5 de Tortues, 21 de Lézards dont 4 éteintes et 7 de Serpents sont détaillées.

    10. Breuil, M. 2003. In the footsteps of French naturalists, a ""battle"" of iguanas and ""improvements"" in biodiversity. Island and the sea. Essays on herpetelogical exploartion in the West Indies. R. W.Henderson and R. Powell: 255-269."

    11. Breuil, M. and C. Sastre 1993. "Essai d'inventaire écologique de l'Archipel des Saintes (Guadeloupe), Vertébrés sauf oiseaux." Rapport Parc National de la Guadeloupe: 1-20.

    12. Daltry, J.C. 2009. The Status and Management of Saint Lucia’s Forest Reptiles and Amphibians. Technical Report No. 2 to the National Forest Demarcation and Bio-Physical Resource Inventory Project, FCG International Ltd, Helsinki, Finland.
      Résumé: Available from: [Accessed 22 June 2010]

    14. Engeman, R.M., Smith, H.T., and Constantin, B. 2005. Invasive Iguanas as Airstrike Hazards at Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico, JAAER
      Résumé: A report on the hazard possed by green iguanas at an airport in Puerto Rico.

    15. Graveson, R. 2009. The Classification of the Vegetation of Saint Lucia. Technical Report No. 3 to the National Forest Demarcation and Bio-Physical Resource Inventory Project, FCG International Ltd, Helsinki, Finland.
      Résumé: An online database that provides taxonomic information, common names, synonyms and geographical jurisdiction of a species. In addition links are provided to retrieve biological records and collection information from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Data Portal and bioscience articles from BioOne journals.
      Available from: [Accessed 14 January 2008]

    17. Klemens, M.W and Thorbjarnarson, J.B. 1995. Reptiles as a food resource, Biodiversity and Conservation 4: 281-298.
      Résumé: A review of the use of various reptile species in world food markets.

    18. Lorvelec, O., Pascal., M., Pavis, C., Feldmann, P. 2007. Amphibians and reptiles of the French West Indies : Inventory, threats and conservation. Applied Herpetology 4, 131-161
      Résumé: Cet article fait le point des connaissances sur les amphibiens et les reptiles indigènes et introduits des Antilles françaises. Les impacts des espèces introduites sur la faune indigène sont discutés. Le cas de la conservation des populations d' Iguana delicatissima sur lîle de Petite-Terre est présenté.
      Résumé: Report on the preying of burrowing owls on green iguanas.
      Available from: [Accessed June 22 2010]

    20. Meshaka, W.E., Bartlett, R.D. and Smith, H.T. 2004. Colonisation success by Green Iguana in Florida, Iguana 11(3)
      Résumé: An overview of the colonisation of Florida by green iguanas.

    21. Reptile trade in the EU. 2003. Traffic bulletin 19 (3)
      Résumé: Overview of reptile pet trade in the European Union.
      Résumé: Available from: [Accessed September 8 2010]
      Résumé: An overview of the colonisation of Florida by various iguana species.
      Available from: [Accessed 10 November 2006]

    24. Townsend, Josiah H.; John Slapcinsky; Kenneth L. Krysko; Ellen M. Donlan; Elizabeth A. Golden 2005. Predation of a Tree Snail Drymaeus multilineatus (Gastropoda: Bulimulidae) by Iguana iguana (Reptilia: Iguanidae) on Key Biscayne, Florida. Southeastern Naturalist, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2005), pp. 361-364

    25. Troyer, K. 1984. Diet selection and digestion in Iguana iguana: the importance of age and nutrient requirements, Oecologia 61 (2): 201-207.

    26. Tyler, R. E. 1950. On the iguana of Saint Lucia, Metopoceros cornutus of Wagler. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 18, 106-110
      Résumé: Roughly 5,000 species of animals and 28,000 species of plants are protected by CITES against over-exploitation through international trade. They are listed in the three CITES Appendices. The species are grouped in the Appendices according to how threatened they are by international trade. They include some whole groups, such as primates, cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises), sea turtles, parrots, corals, cacti and orchids. But in some cases only a subspecies or geographically separate population of a species (for example the population of just one country) is listed. To find more details of the CITES species, you can search the CITES-listed species database hosted by UNEP-WCMC.
      CITES species database is available from:
      This page is available from: [Accessed 25 October 2006]

    28. Woodward, D.L., Khakhria, R. and Johnson, W.M.1997. Human salmonellosis associated with exotic pets, Journal of Clinical Microbiology 11(35): 2786-2790.
      Résumé: Study on the link between human salmonellosis and some reptilian pets.
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