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Habitat Utilization of the Endemic Poison Dart Frog Excidobates mysteriosus in North-western Peru

@inproceedings{Pasapera2011HabitatUO,
  title={Habitat Utilization of the Endemic Poison Dart Frog Excidobates mysteriosus in North-western Peru},
  author={Sandra Monsalve Pasapera},
  year={2011}
}
The worldwide amphibian diversity is severely threatened, mainly due to deforestation. Lack of sufficient knowledge for species conservation is common. This is the first detailed study of the poison dart frog Excidobates mysteriosus including habitat requirements, occupancy patterns and behaviours. It is known only from one location in north-western Peru, living in Bromeliaceae plant species. The frogs and tadpoles were found in two unidentified Bromeliaceae species; Bromeliad Species 1 and… 

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