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Individual study: Reintroduction of the critically endangered Antiguan Racer Alsophis antiguae to Rabbit Island, Antigua

Published source details

Daltry J.C. (2006) Reintroduction of the critically endangered Antiguan Racer Alsophis antiguae to Rabbit Island, Antigua. Conservation Evidence, 3, 33-35

Summary

Ten Antiguan racers Alsophis antiguae were introduced to Rabbit Island in 1999. Breeding was first recorded in 2002 and by 2006 the population was estimated at 40-50 individuals.