The reptile section of the Saint Martin Wildlife Guide is nearing completion. At the moment it is missing only a handful of species, some of which may no longer be present on the island. The turnip-tailed gecko (Thecadactylus rapicauda) is a large gecko that I have not encountered as yet. Also missing is the skink Mabuya bistriata. The lesser antillean iguana (Iguana delicatissima) may be present, but as yet all iguanas I have seen on St. Martin and Ilet Pinel have been the green/common iguana. The single known species of snake, the leeward islands racer (Alsophis rijersmai) I have also not seen. Two species of sea turtle which live primarily in open water, the loggerhead and leatherback, round out the list of reptiles yet to be documented.