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Amphibia-Reptilia 29 (2008): 337-347 Amphibian mortality levels on Spanish country roads: descriptive and spatial analysis Neftalí Sillero Abstract. Road-kills are the greatest source of direct human-induced wildlife mortality, especially in amphibians. Country roads could act as the most

In: Amphibia-Reptilia
Authors: Skidmore, Brito, Toxopeus, and Sillero

Amphibia-Reptilia 30 (2009): 185-206 Biogeographical patterns derived from remote sensing variables: the amphibians and reptiles of the Iberian Peninsula N. Sillero 1 , ∗ , J.C. Brito 2 , A.K. Skidmore 3 , A.G. Toxopeus 3 Abstract. The biogeographic patterns in species density of herptiles were

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Immunotoxicology of amphibians Michel Fournier 1,2 , Jacques Robert 3 , Harri M. Salo 1 , Claire Dautremepuits 1 , Pauline Brousseau 4 1 INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier, 245 boul. Hymus, Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada, H9R 1G6 2 Corresponding author; e-mail: michel.fournier@iaf.inrs.ca 3

In: Applied Herpetology

Amphibian use of man-made pools on clear-cuts in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, USA Deborah S. Barry 1,2 , Thomas K. Pauley 1 , John C. Maerz 3 1 Department of Biology, Marshall University, 600 Hal Greer Blvd., Huntington, WV 25755, USA 2 Corresponding author; e-mail: Merritt31@marshall

In: Applied Herpetology

Nitrogen pollution of stormwater ponds: Potential for toxic effects on amphibian embryos and larvae Laura R. Massal 1 , Joel W. Snodgrass 1,2 , Ryan E. Casey 3 1 Department of Biological Sciences, Towson University, 8000 York Road, Towson, Maryland 21252, U.S.A. 2 Corresponding author; e

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Conservation status of reptiles and amphibians in the U.S. Virgin Islands Renata J. Platenberg 1,2 , Ralf H. Boulon, Jr. 3 1 Division of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Planning and Natural Resources, 6291 Estate Nazareth, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, 00802, USA 2 Corresponding author; e

In: Applied Herpetology
Author: Marvalee Wake

complete insight into the origin of patterns and processes of evolution than the more traditional reductionist mode. Current work on the implications of reproductive mode on the ontogenies of amphibians and the evolution of their body form is an example of that approach. Genome size, egg and clutch size

In: Animal Biology

An annotated checklist of the amphibians and terrestrial reptiles of the Grenadines with notes on their local natural history and conservation Jacques Daudin 1 , Mark de Silva 2,3 1 Union Island Association for Ecological Protection, Clifton, Union Island 2 Mayreau Environmental Development

In: Applied Herpetology

amphibians. Learned recognition of predators has im- portant implications for survival. 2) Current address: Department of Biology, Nipissing University, 100 College Drive North Bay, ON P1B 8L7, Canada 4) Corresponding author’s e-mail address: maud.ferrari@usask.ca © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2006

In: Behaviour

-fibint 7 ) for phylogenetic analysis within the Salamandridae family was explored, comparing the topologies of trees based on this marker to those based on mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene previously published. Using primers designed specifically for amphibians, we amplified 25 sequences of β -fibint 7

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