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Microlophus bivattatus — San Cristobal Lava Lizard
Between the runway where we arrived on the Galápagos Islands and the small airport terminal building, we waited in line for our turn to hand over our disembarkation papers. This line passed around a small landscaped area with a cactus or two and a few rocks. Here we saw our first lava lizards of this 2012 trip, which were also the only San Cristobal Lava Lizards we ended up seeing.
- Microlophus bivittatus account on Tropical Herping
- Jackson, M. H. 1993. Galápagos: A Natural History
- Swash, A., and Still, R. 2005. Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles of the Galápagos Islands: An Identification Guide, 2nd Edition