The cover photo shows the green water dragons from Phu Quoc island, Vietnam.

The green water dragons of Phu Quoc island, Vietnam have been given a VU rating (vulnerable) by the Vietnam red data book and the International Union for conservation of nature and natural resources.  It might be confirmed that the green water dragons from Phu Quoc island are evolving into a specific subspecies, however, there needs to be more sequencing of different specimens to ensure a significant conclusion. More research on farming should be done to contribute to protecting this vulnerable species.

To get more understanding about the topic, please see the full article "Morphological characteristics and mitochondrial COI gene of the green water dragon in Phu Quoc island, Vietnam" in pages 63-69 in this article.

Published: 2021-09-15

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