Is livestock grazing compatible with amphibian diversity in the High Mountains of Córdoba, Argentina?

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The High Mountains of Córdoba, Argentina have a long evolutionary history of grazing by large herbivores. However, about 400 years ago, European livestock were introduced and gradually replaced native herbivores. Since the 1920s, domestic herbivores have been the only large herbivores present in the area, causing severe soil erosion and a threat to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10344-012-0630-6

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@article{Verga2012IsLG, title={Is livestock grazing compatible with amphibian diversity in the High Mountains of C{\'o}rdoba, Argentina?}, author={Ernesto G. Verga and Gerardo C. Leynaud and J Lescano and Laura Marisa Bellis}, journal={European Journal of Wildlife Research}, year={2012}, volume={58}, pages={823-832} }