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A good winter for amphibians in Doñana
It has been a great winter for amphibians and it has coincided with the breeding period of most amphibian species. We have detected more than 7,000 individuals of 11 species found in Doñana, of...
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High potential of Argentine ant to harm amphibian juveniles
Invasive species have major impacts on biodiversity and are one of the primary causes of amphibian decline and extinction. Unlike other top ant invaders that negatively affect larger fauna via...
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The invasive red swamp crayfish increases infection of the amphibian chytrid fungus
Chytridiomycosis, caused by Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), is considered one of the most important causes for the decline of amphibian populations worldwide. Identifying potential biological...
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emerging infectious diseases
Iberian amphibians occupy higher mountain areas compared to the last century
extinctions. Amphibians are one of the most sensitive animal groups to climate change, currently undergoing a global decline. Predictive models for Europe and Iberian Peninsula forecast that the...
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Eucalypt plantations disturb the development of amphibian larvae
Consequences of human actions like global warming, spread of exotic species or resource consumption are pushing species to extinction. Even species considered to be at low extinction risk often...
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