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Amphibians can become tolerant to pesticides, but at a cost: New ...

Science Daily - Jul 17, 2017
Amphibians can develop tolerance to pesticides, but this tolerance can lead to increased susceptibility to parasites, according to new research.

Indiana Herp Atlas provides info on state's reptiles, amphibians

News Sentinel - Jul 28, 2017
Kingsbury and the other researchers launched the website this spring because of another feature of the website — it invites the public to upload data to report where they have seen reptiles and amphibians. The public input will help scientists gather ...

Amphibians on the brink

Science Magazine - Aug 3, 2017
Over the past three decades, the emergence of a globalized pandemic lineage of chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) has caused declines of amphibian species in Central America, Europe, Australia, and North America (see the figure). By 2004 ...

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All About Amphibians: Tadpoles, Frogs, and Salamanders - Freeschool

Amphibians are cool! Aside from some fish, amphibians are the only vertebrates to undergo metamorphosis. (That means a big change or transformation - just ...

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The Evolution of Amphibians

The first major groups of amphibians developed in the Devonian period, around 370 million years ago, from lobe-finned fish which were similar to the modern ...

13 Weirdest Looking Amphibians

From the World's SMALLEST Frog, to the snake like caecilian, these 13 WEIRDEST Looking Amphibians ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's ...

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