Anolis ignigularis — no known English name
These lizards were formerly considered to be a subspecies of Anolis distichus. Now, they are considered to be a full species, part of the Anolis distichus species complex. I doubt whether this improves the day-to-day life of the lizards themselves, but maybe they hold their heads just a little bit higher.
- Anolis ignigularis account on The Reptile Database
- A. Schwartz 1968. Geographic Variation in Anolis distichus Cope (Lacertilia, Iguanidae) in the Bahama Islands and Hispaniola
- Richard E. Glor, Robert G. Laport, 2012. Are subspecies of Anolis lizards that differ in dewlap color and pattern also genetically distinct? A mitochondrial analysis
- Henderson, R. W., Schwartz, A. 1984. A Guide to the Identification of the Amphibians and Reptiles of Hispaniola
- Schwartz, A., Henderson, R. W. 1991. Amphibians and Reptiles of the West Indies: Descriptions, Distributions, and Natural History