Ctenosaura alfredschmidti

The Ctenosaura alfredschmidti is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

Ctenosaura alfredschmidti is known only from the vicinity of the type locality in southern Campeche, Mexico. Total range is not known, although it is currently known only from an area of less than 100 km² (CR B1). More

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Guatemala: Ctenosaura alfredschmidti discovered in El Mirador Río Azul National Park (08/04/2003) Ctenosaura alfredschmidti, a little-known lizard thought to exist only in Mexico, was discovered in El Mirador Río Azul National Park. See Article... More

2003, another reptile, Ctenosaura alfredschmidti, was discoverd in the park by WCS. This reptile had only been documented in Mexico before. According to Cambell (1998), more amphibian and reptile species live within the park that have not been documented. More

Abronia, and one group is the rare Ctenosaura alfredschmidti, found in Campeche, Mexico. We have started similar projects for these animals and already purchased a 10 acre lot of pristine old growth forest where these lizards have been observed, in 2007. More

Order : Squamata
Family : Iguanidae
Genus : Ctenosaura
Species : Ctenosaura alfredschmidti
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