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Synonyms for bullfrog

largest North American frog

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Mass deaths occurred at a large rearing facility for North American bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana), 46 km from Montevideo, Uruguay.
The North American bullfrog as a reservoir for the spread of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Brazil.
Udder-like clusters of inflated pink rubber gloves and loud intermittent croaking -- perhaps emitted by some of the American bullfrogs currently invading France -- evoke the presence of teeming nature in a bucolic pond setting where flattened patches of straw among reeds suggest recent amorous activities [Le nid des deesses Mappa by Duthoit & Barbier of Hemisphere, France].
But Mr Langton said there were now six strong leads on its origin, including the possibility of that it has come via goldfish imported from the US which may carry a virus found in American bullfrogs.
Frog virus 3 infection, cultured American bullfrogs.
AMERICAN bullfrogs could hold the key to eliminating the MRSA superbug from hospital wards, scientists said yesterday.
ILLEGAL FROGS: Destructive North American bullfrogs may still be being illegally imported into Britain, experts have warned.
Now at Cornell University's Laboratory of Ornithology in Ithaca, Purgue had been studying the acoustics of North American bullfrogs.
WILDLIFE experts who discovered the first breeding colony of giant American bullfrogs in Britain last year are trying to find out if there are any more out there.
Among amphibians, the impact falls mainly on a few of the large-bodied frog species, such as American bullfrogs, "themselves terrific predators," says David Green of the Redpath Museum at McGill University in Montreal.
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