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  • Baum, T. 2008. Jamaika, seine Leguane und der Riesenanaolis Anolis garmani. Reptilia (Münster) 13 (4): 73-80.
  • Gosse, P. H. 1849. On the habits of Cyclura lophoma, an iguaniform lizard. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (2) 4: 64-68.
  • Gray, J. E. 1845. Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. Trustees of die British Museum/Edward Newman, London: xxvii + 289 pp.
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  • Wilson,B.S. & Vogel,P. 2000. A survey of the herpetofauna of the Hellshire Hills, Jamaica, inlcuding the rediscovery of the Blue-tailed Galliwasp (Celestus duquesneyi Grant). Carib. J. Sci. 36: 244-249.

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