Biology (CMC), WM Keck Science (CMC), Biology (Pitzer), WM Keck Science (Pitzer), Biology (Scripps), WM Keck Science (Scripps), WM Keck Science
From a dive in Cueva del Agua, Mona Island, Puerto Rico, twelve un-mineralized bones of Puffinus Lherminieri Lesson, one of Cyclura stejnegeri Stejneger, and one of Moormops blainvilii Leach were collected. The subfossil evidence confirms that P. Lherminieri was a common species on Mona Island. Cyclura stejnegeri and M. blainvilii probably became trapped and died in the pool chamber.
Nieves-Rivera, A.M., Mylroie, J.E., and McFarlane, D.A. (1995). "Bones of Puffinus Lherminieri Lesson (Aves: Procellaridae) and two other vertebrates from Cueva del Agua, Mona Island, Puerto Rico (West Indies)." National Speleological Society Bulletin, 57:99-102.