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Tadpoles : the biology of anuran larvae
Preface Acknowledgments List of Contributors Chapter 1. Introduction: The Tadpole Arena Roy W. McDiarmid and Ronald Altig Chapter 2. Research: Materials and Techniques Roy W. McDiarmid and RonaldExpand
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Coral Snake Mimicry: Does It Occur?
Field observations and experimental evidence refute previous objections to the coral snake mimicry hypothesis. Concordant color pattern variation spanning hundreds of miles and several presumedExpand
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Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico: Update
This publication serves as an update for the most recent list of scientific and standard English names of North American amphibians and reptiles north of Mexico (Crother et al. 2000. SSAR Herpetol.Expand
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Specimen collection: an essential tool.
Collecting biological specimens for scientific studies came under scrutiny when B. A. Minteer et al. [“Avoiding (re)extinction,” Perspectives, 18 April, p. [260][1]] suggested that this practiceExpand
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Infrared reflectance in leaf-sitting neotropical frogs.
Two members of the glass-frog family Centrolenidae (Centrolenella fleischmanni, C. prosoblepon) and the hylid subfamily Phyllomedusinae (Agalychnis moreletii, Pachymedusa dacnicolor) reflectExpand
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Response to the Point of View of Gregory b. Pauly, David m. Hillis, and David c. Cannatella, by the Anuran Subcommittee of the Ssar/hl/asih Scientific and Standard English Names List
Abstract The Point of View by Gregory Pauly, David Hillis, and David Cannatella misrepresents the motives and activities of the anuran subcommittee of the Scientific and Standard English NamesExpand
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