Importance of Waisali Reserve, Vanua Levu for herpetofauna conservation in Fiji

@inproceedings{Morrison2004ImportanceOW,
  title={Importance of Waisali Reserve, Vanua Levu for herpetofauna conservation in Fiji},
  author={Clare Morrison and Alifereti Naikatini and Nunia Thomas and Isaac A. Rounds and Baravi Stewart Helu Thaman and Jone Niukula},
  year={2004}
}
A two day herpetofauna survey of Waisali Reserve was conducted between 4-6th March, 2004. The survey consisted of timed active diurnal surveys for lizards and nocturnal surveys for frogs. Seven herpetofauna species were found during the survey including four endemic species. The most significant find was the confirmation of a population of the endangered Fiji ground frog (Platymantis vitianus), a species previously thought to be extirpated from mainland Fiji due to the presence of mongoose. The… CONTINUE READING

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