Photo: Ben Illis, wildlife photographer and journalist, 
photographing a free roaming Blue Iguana (extreme left) on Manchineel 
in the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
Photo: Ann Stafford, Aug.18, 2013.
http://www.benillis.com/cayman-2013.html
Photo: Blue Iguana, free roaming, on Manchineel - Hippomane mancinella, Endangered, (DO NOT TOUCH),
Woodland Trail, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Grand Cayman.
Photo: Ann Stafford, Aug.18, 2013.
Photo: Blue Iguana - Cyclura lewisi, Endangered Grand Cayman endemic,
named after biologist C. Bernard Lewis, Rhodes Scholar, who took a male and female to the British Museum of Natural History,
collected during the 1938 Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands.
Photo: Ann Stafford, on the Woodland Trail, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Grand Cayman, Apr. 22, 2012
Photo: Blue Iguana - Cyclura lewisi, Endangered Grand Cayman endemic,
named after biologist C. Bernard Lewis, Rhodes Scholar, who took a male and female to the British Museum of Natural History, 
collected during the 1938 Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands.
Photo: Ann Stafford, in the Colour Garden, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Grand Cayman, Aug. 18, 2013
Photo: Shake Hand - Xylosma bahamense, SALICAEAE.
Dioecious Critically Endangered shrub/small tree.
Fruit on female plant, QE II Botanic Park woodland Trail.
Flora of the Cayman Islands, Proctor, 2012 p.319, Pl.21; Wild Trees p.84/212.
Range: Grand Cayman and northern Bahamas only.
Ann Stafford, Feb.13, 2010.
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Blue Iguana - Cyclura lewisi, Endangered Grand Cayman endemic,
named after biologist C. Bernard Lewis, Rhodes Scholar, who took a male and female to the British Museum of Natural History,
collected during the 1938 Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands.
Photo: Ann Stafford, on the Woodland Trail, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Grand Cayman, Apr. 22, 2012
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