Isla San Luis

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Isla San Luis
Isla San Luis is located in Mexico
Isla San Luis
Isla San Luis
Geography
LocationGulf of California
Coordinates29°58′17.41″N 114°24′26.30″W / 29.9715028°N 114.4073056°W / 29.9715028; -114.4073056
Highest elevation150 m (490 ft)
Administration
Mexico
StateBaja California
Demographics
Populationuninhabited

Isla San Luis, is an island in the Gulf of California east of the Baja California Peninsula. The island is uninhabited and is part of the Mexicali Municipality.

Biology[edit]

Isla San Luis has three species of reptiles: Callisaurus draconoides (zebra-tailed lizard), Dipsosaurus dorsalis (desert iguana), and Uta stansburiana (common side-blotched lizard).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Isla San Luis". Amphibian and Reptile Atlas of Peninsular California. 2015. Retrieved 1 March 2015.
  • Williams, J.H. (August 1996). Baja Boaters Guide II: Sea of Cortez. H.J. Williams Publications. pp. 55, 226, 228. ISBN 0-9616843-8-0.