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Related to Amblyrhynchus: marine iguana
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Noun1.Amblyrhynchus - marine iguanasAmblyrhynchus - marine iguanas      
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Amblyrhynchus cristatus, marine iguana - shore-dwelling seaweed-eating lizard of the Galapagos Islands
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There is one small lizard belonging to a South American genus, and two species (and probably more) of the Amblyrhynchus -- a genus confined to the Galapagos Islands.
The Amblyrhynchus, a remarkable genus of lizards, is confined to this archipelago; there are two species, resembling
(2003) and Winemiller (1995), respectively Lagoons Eggs 0.29 (0.40) L Taxa A FO (%) X ([+ or -] SD) Characiformes * 1 0.16 -- Parodontidae ** 52 8.52 45.34 (61.69) Apareiodon aff'inis -- -- -- Anostomidae ** 28 4.49 8.66 (9.68) Leporinas amblyrhynchus -- -- -- Leporinas spp.
El genero Amblyrhynchus, confinado a las Islas de los Galapagos (Ecuador), es marino.
For example, Galapagos marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) from areas of high tourist visitation had baseline levels of corticosterone similar to those from nontourist areas, but after a 30-min stressor the tourist-exposed iguanas had much higher levels than the others, and then only during nonbreeding seasons (French et al., 2010).
Species Characiformes Bryconidae Salminus hilarii Valenciennes, 1850 Anostomidae Leporellus vittatus (Valenciennes, 1850) Leporinus amblyrhynchus Garavello and Britski, 1987 Leporinus friderici (Bloch, 1794) Leporinus obtusidens (Valenciennes, 1837) Leporinus octofasciatus Steindachner, 1915 Schizodon nasutus Kner, 1858 Characidae Astyanax altiparanae Garutti and Britski, 2000 Astyanax gr.
En las Islas Galapagos, por ejemplo, hay varias especies de iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) que nadan y se sumergen entre las olas en busca de alimento.
Caranx fidcatus = Hemicaranx amblyrhynchus (Cuvier): Bluntnose Jack; p.
3 Galapagos marine iguana, Amblyrhynchus cristatus, is listed as ' vulnerable' by the IUCN Red List