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arborea Linnaeus, 1758). Hyla arborea is one of the few anuran species in which mate choice occurs not only on acoustic signal but also on vocal sac colouration. Indeed, previous studies conducted on this species emphasize that female mate selection is based on several acoustic parameters, with a

In: Behaviour

frog ( Hyla cinerea 1978 200 1179 1180 Science Sachs L. Angewandte Statistik Springer Verlag Berlin, HeidelbergNew York 1974 N.Y Schneider H. Rufe und Rufverhalten des Laubfrosches, Hyla arborea arborea (L,) Z. Vgl. Physiol 1967 57 174 189 Schneider H. Die Steuerung des täglichen

In: Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution

Amphibia-Reptilia 28 (2007): 485-491 Seasonal variation in the diet of a population of Hyla arborea from Romania Éva-Hajnalka Kovács 1,* , István Sas 1,* , Severus-Daniel Covaciu-Marcov 1 , Tibor Hartel 2 , Diana Cupsa 1 , Marius Groza 1 Abstract. We examined the diet of Hyla arborea

In: Amphibia-Reptilia
Author: EYAL SHY

physiology of vocalization in the European tree frog Hyla arborea Taylor D.H. Guttman S.l. Plenum Press New York 1977 295 335 (L.). In: The Reproductive Biology of Amphibians. and London Schneider H. Nevo E. Bio-acoustic study of the yellow-lemon treefrog Hyla arborea savignyi Audouin Zool. Jahrb

In: Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution
Author: Eyal Shy

Individuality in the Mating Calls of the Treefrog Hyla arborea savignyi Eyal Shy Department of Zoology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel Abstract. Little research has been done on the intraspecific aspects of vocal behaviour of anurans. The pur- pose of this study was to

In: Amphibia-Reptilia
Authors: Astrid Krug and Heike Pröhl

Rowe, 2001 ; Kraaijeveld-Smit et al., 2005 ; Spear et al., 2006 ). All this information is important for effective conservation strategies and for improving habitat connectivity, aiming to maintain large, healthy and sustainable populations. The European tree frog, Hyla arborea , is affected by

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Short Notes Genetic differentiation in two European tree frog ( Hyla arborea ) metapopulations in contrasted landscapes of western Switzerland Sylvain Dubey 1,2, ∗ , Sylvain Ursenbacher 1,3 , Jérôme Pellet 1,4 , Luca Fumagalli 1 Abstract. The survival of threatened species as the

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Amphibia-Reptilia 28 (2007): 287-294 Estimating population size in the European tree frog ( Hyla arborea ) using individual recognition and chorus counts Jérôme Pellet 1,2 , Véronique Helfer 3 , Glenn Yannic 3 Abstract. Chorus counts are widely used to assess population abundance in breeding

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length of the arid summer period and the high temperatures may reduce metabolism, growth rate and consequently influence size, population structure and life histories. Hyla arborea sensu lato (Stöck et al. ( 2008 ) suggested to split H. arborea into several species with the eastern populations

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Amphibia-Reptilia 26 (2005): 437-444 Chorus tenure and estimates of population size of male European tree frogs Hyla arborea : implications for conservation T. Ulmar Grafe 1 , Ivonne Meuche Abstract. Chorusing male anurans typically spend only a part of the breeding season calling although

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