Hyla regilla


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Synonyms for Hyla regilla

the most commonly heard frog on the Pacific coast of America

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Osmotic regulation and salinity tolerance in the Pacific Treefrog Hyla regilla [thesis], Fullerton, CA: California State University.
has been reported in Bufo boreas, Bufo woodhouse, Hyla regilla, Rana aurora and Rana catesbeiana from the northwest United States (Lehmann, 1965).
Persistence of the Nematode, Oswaldocruzia pipiens (Molineidae), in the Pacific treefrog, Hyla regilla (Hylidae), from California.
An analysis of helminth infections in Bufo boreas (Amphibia: Bufonidae) and Hyla regilla (Amphibia; Hylidae) in southern California.
Hyla regilla, hereafter Hyla) appear unaffected (Kiesecker and Blaustein 1997).
While doing an undergraduate project in 1996, Johnson focused on deformed Hyla regilla frogs in four ponds.
The native anurans include the foothill yellow-legged frog, Rana boylii, a California Species of Special Concern (Jennings and Hayes 1994) and the Pacific treefrog, Hyla regilla.
Multi-year samples of Hyla regilla from three California counties (Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside) as well as single-year samples from three additional California counties (Humboldt, Imperial, Santa Clara) were examined for helminths.
The Pacific treefrog, Hyla regilla (Baird and Girard 1852), is a small anuran that occurs from British Columbia to the tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico and east to western Montana and eastern Nevada (Stebbins 1985).
Number (N), SVL, and collection dates of Hyla regilla from California counties with number infected by and prevalence (%) of anuran parasites.