Alytes


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Bosch, "Advertisement calls of the midwife toads Alytes (Amphibia, Anura, Discoglossidae) in continental Spain," Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, vol.
Even before conservationists knew what Bd was, they worried about the survival of Majorca's Alytes muletensis toads.
Grobe, "Erythrocyte size and ploidy determination in green toads (Bufo viridis complex) from Middle Asia,' Alytes, vol.
In Europe, FV3 has been identified in several outbreaks of ranavirosis, characterized by mass deaths, notably in green frogs (Pelophylax sp.) in Denmark, Croatia, and the Netherlands (1,2); Rana temporaria and Bufo bufo in the United Kingdom (3,4); and Alytes obstetricans and Ichthyosaura alpestris in Spain (5).
have a "reference range." Interfering An interfering substance May include biologic substances in analytical matrix elements and procedures is one closely related an- that, at the given alytes. concentration, causes a systematic error in the analytical result.
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.