Alytes


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Pathology, isolation and molecular characterisation of a ranavirus from the common midwife toad Alytes obstetricans on the Iberian Peninsula.
The aforementioned Bufo baxteri, Bufo lemur, Litoria raniformis, and Ambystoma tigrium translocations, as well as Chirixalus romeri, and Alytes muletensis are examples of successful establishment of threatened and endangered species using translocation.
S = success, U = unknown, F = failure, and I = invasive Species Common Name Result Alytes muletensis Mallorcan Midwife Toad S, U Ambystoma tigrinum Tiger Salamander S Bufo baxteri Wyoming Toad S, F Bufo calamita Natterjack Toad S, F Bufo lemur Puerto Rican Crested Toad S, U Bufo marinus Marine Toad S, I Chirixalus romeri Romer's Tree Frog S Dendrobates auratus Green and Black Dart Frog S, I Desmognathus quadramaculatus Black-bellied Salamander S Hyla arborea European Treefrog S, U Litoria raniformis Green and Gold Frog S, U Nectrusmaculosus Mudpuppy S Rana catesbeiana Bullfrog S, I Rana dalmatina Agile Frog S, U Rana Tarahumarae Tarahumara Frog S,U Xenopus laevis (African Clawed Frog S, I Species Authors Alytes muletensis Bloxam, et al.