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Widespread historical presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in African pipid frogs.
Aim  Amphibian chytridiomycosis, an emerging infectious disease caused by the chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), is associated with global amphibian population declines and speciesExpand
A critically endangered new species of Nectophrynoides (Anura: Bufonidae) from the Kihansi Gorge, Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania
Abstract A new species of the Tanzanian ovoviviparous dwarf toad Nectophrynoides is described from the Kihansi River Gorge in the Udzungwa Mountains, and a key to the genus provided. The new species,Expand
Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland, edited by L.R. Minter, M. Burger, J.A. Harrison, H.H. Braak, P.J. Bishop and D. Kloepfer : book review
Extracted from text ... Book review Atlas and Red Data Book of the Frogs of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Edited by L.R. Minter, M. Burger, J.A. Harrison, H.H. Braak, P.J. Bishop and D.Expand
A new giant species of Arthroleptis (Amphibia: Anura) from the Rubeho Mountains, Tanzania
Abstract Two giant specimens of Arthroleptis attaining a snout‐vent length of 57 mm, from the Rubeho Mountains in southern Tanzania are described as a new species. They are distinguished from theExpand
Amphibian Diversity in East African Biodiversity Hotspots: Altitudinal and latitudinal Patterns
The Eastern Arc mountain chain and adjoining coastal forests of Tanzania and Kenya have been listed as world biodiversity hotspots. We report on an ongoing attempt to estimate amphibian diversity onExpand
Amphibia Zambesiaca 2. Ranidae
Taxonomy and distribution of members of the family Ranidae (sensu Dubois 1981) occurring in Botswana, Caprivi, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe are detailed and discussed. Genera included areExpand
Changing places: how the results of new field work in the Rubeho Mountains influence conservation priorities in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania
TheRubehoMountainsareapoorlystudiedmountainblock within the Eastern Arc Mountain range of Tanzania and Kenya. We present the results offield surveys for vertebrates undertaken during the periodExpand
Herpetofauna of Mahenge Mountain, Tanzania : a window on African biogeography
Mahenge Mountain is part of the Eastern Arc Mountains in Tanzania. It is bordered by the Kilombero flood plain to the west and forms a continuous mountain block with the Mbarika to the south, lyingExpand
Descriptions of Southern African Amphibians
During the course of preparing a revision of the Amphibia of southern Africa, some new forms have come to light, and some validly named forms have been found to require a proper descriptionption andExpand