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2105, 2019

Zoological Society of London Symposium: Mitigating single pathogen and co-infections that threaten amphibian biodiversity

The Zoological Society of London recently sponsored a symposium, dedicated to Tim Halliday, on mitigating amphibian diseases, which took place in London on the 24thand 25thof April 2019.  Invited speakers came from around the world, and there were a number of contributed posters. Speakers focused on three amphibian diseases (Bd […]

1305, 2019

New Amphibian Conservation Websites Launched!

The Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA)  and the IUCN SSC Amphibian Specialist Group (ASG) are both proud to launch their respective new websites, www.amphibians.org and www.iucn-amphibians.org!

The ASA and ASG have shared the same domain, amphibians.org, since 2013. Originally ASG’s home, the intent behind this was to show […]

1005, 2019

Climate change responsible for severe infectious disease in UK frogs

Climate change has already increased the spread and severity of a fatal disease caused by Ranavirus that infects common frogs (Rana temporaria) in the UK, according to research led by ZSL’s Institute of Zoology, UCL and Queen Mary University of London published today in Global Change Biology (10 May 2019).

Historic trends […]

304, 2019

Zoo welcomes world’s largest amphibian

A rescued Chinese giant salamander will make its debut at ZSL London Zoo today, after ZSL wildlife experts helped Border Force identify four of the Critically Endangered amphibians and offered them a new home.

Having prevented an attempt to illegally import the mysterious looking animals, Border Force asked the Zoo’s keepers […]

The Frogress Report brings together updates from across the Amphibian Survival Alliance to continue to develop a strong alliance, and to celebrate the incredible achievements being made regularly across the partnership. In addition, the Frogress Report enables the regular exchange of important information relevant to all of our partners, while also giving us the opportunity to provide you with progress updates on the implementation of the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP).

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