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Abstract

Ctenosaura bakeri is an endemic and Critically Endangered mangrove specialist found on the island of Utila. In situ observations on the diet and feeding behaviors of juvenile C. bakeri remain rare and our observation documents feeding on a novel, eusocial prey species. Although various insects of the order Hymenoptera may be consumed by these iguanas, to our knowledge, this is the first observation of meliponine stingless bees in the diet of Ctenosaura. See videos deposited http://dx.doi.org/10.26153/tsw/12565
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