Works at the Tropical Diseases Laboratory and assisted Dr. Richard Stone with the inspection of the material labeled Bassiliscus amoratus with three toed genetic anomaly. She was not sure why the specimen was sent to them, until after she read the enclosed documents. The documents explained that identification of the species and any diseases that may have been transmitted from the bites. There was a drawing of the “lizard” inside as well, drawn by Tina. The technician had also sent a fax to Dr. Guitierrez informing him of the results.