Amphibians and Reptiles of Nova Scotia

@inproceedings{Wassersug1984AmphibiansAR,
  title={Amphibians and Reptiles of Nova Scotia},
  author={Richard J. Wassersug and John Gilhen},
  year={1984}
}
Acute toxicity of deicing compounds and personal care products to early amphibian life stages
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The Nova Scotian Amphibians Objectives Methodology and Results showed clear trends in both road runoff and water quality problems and in the types of products and materials used for deicing and salinization.
Stable isotope characterization of community trophic structures in assemblages of aquatic and terrestrial herpetofauna
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This work has shown that stable isotope analysis can be used to identify predictable patterns in the structure of natural aquatic amphibian assemblages and in a herpetofaunal food web.
Anuran call surveys on small wetlands in Prince Edward Island, Canada restored by dredging of sediments
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What Does the Snake Eat? Breadth, Overlap, and Non-Native Prey in the Diet of Three Sympatric Natricine Snakes
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It is noteworthy that the two most abundant prey types, slugs and earthworms, are non-native and occur in high numbers, which may ameliorate competitive interactions and influence grassland snake abundance and persistence regionally.
BIOBLITZ OF THE LAKE ROSSIGNOL WILDERNESS AREA
The Lake Rossignol Wilderness Area is a 4100 ha protected area in Queens County, Nova Scotia. In July, 2006, the Protected Areas Branch of Nova Scotia Environment invited 34 scientists, students and
A Second Amelanistic Eastern Red-backed Salamander, Plethodon cinereus , from Nova Scotia, Canada
In 2011, an amelanistic Eastern Red-backed Salamander, Plethodon cinereus , was discovered in Point Pleasant Park in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This is the second amelanistic Eastern Red-backed Salamander
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