Long tales of long toes

2020-08-04T08:15:34-04:00August 4th, 2020|Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation Updates|

Maybe it’s just me but papers and articles I read always seem to shine with success stories about how well a project is going/has gone etc. Once again, maybe it’s just me, but I’m sure that is not always the case. Anyway, I decided to tell a different story here. […]

Interview with Michelle Abadie, an ASA Future Leader of Amphibian Conservation

2020-08-04T08:14:00-04:00August 4th, 2020|Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation Updates|

The Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation program is an award to a number of early-career conservationists from around the world that have been identified by the Amphibian Survival Alliance as the next generation of am-phibian conservationists. So far we have awarded 19 Future Leaders from 12 countries (Bolivia, Brazil, Peru, […]

ASA partners and others celebrate first-ever World Water Frog Day

2020-06-13T07:45:39-04:00June 13th, 2020|Amphibian Survival Alliance, Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation Updates|

Water frogs and semi-aquatic frogs of the genus Telmatobius (Anura: Telmatobiidae), represent a characteristic component of anuran communities in the Andean and extra-Andean mountainous regions of western South America, from the Loja Basin in Ecuador to the province of San Juan in Argentina, through Peru, Bolivia and northern Chile. Although […]

Description of the Tadpoles of Murree Hills Frogs (Nanorana vicina)

2020-06-13T07:42:39-04:00June 7th, 2020|Amphibian Survival Alliance, Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation Updates|

The Herpetology Lab, Wildlife Management, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi in Pakistan has recently described the morphology of tadpoles of Murree Hills Frogs (Nanorana vicina). Prior to this, no detail of the species tadpole was available. The species is endemic to the highlands of Pakistan and India. The anteroventral oral disc, […]

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