Genus Diplolaemus refers to a type of found in South America.
- Bibron's Iguana, Diplolaemus bibronii - with a range between the other two species. Bell, 1843
- Darwin's Iguana, Diplolaemus darwinii - the most southerly species. Bell, 1843
- Leopard Iguana, Diplolaemus leopardinus - the most northerly species. Werner, 1898
- Diplolaemus sexcinctus Cei, Scolaro, and Videla, 2003
The Genus Diplolaemus is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 6 species and subspecies in the Genus Diplolaemus: D. bibroni · D. bibronii · D. darwini · D. darwinii (Darwin's Iguana) · D. leopardinus (Leopard Iguana) · D. sexcinctus
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