cascades frog

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Synonyms for cascades frog

mountain frog found near water

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This contrasts with an average 6 to 13% sequence difference between the unidentified samples and the Northern Red-legged and Cascades Frog vouchers.
Breeding biology of the Cascades Frog, Rana cascadae, with comparisons to R.
In 1998, he co-authored a study which correlated an increase in UV-B radiation to retinal damage in the Cascades frog. It pointed out that the effect of solar UV radiation on the eye and retina are well known in animals and that the risk rises at higher altitudes.
Only 45 to 65 percent of the eggs of the Cascades frog and the Western toad hatched.
Turning population trend monitoring into active conservation: Can we save the Cascades Frog (Rana cascadae) in the Lassen region of California?
The second sample (from the Klamath Mountains) contained bones that were visually identified (by J Reiss, Humboldt State University) as being from Cascades Frogs (Rana cascadae) and salmonid fishes.
Cascades frogs and other amphibians, like the long-toed salamander, need snow.
Palen has worked in Olympic National Park since 1999, and in 2000 started tagging Cascades frogs with passive integrated transponders, or PIT tags.
Cascades frogs and Western toads have declined dramatically since the mid 1980s and their eggs are dying at unprecedented rates, which initially was for no apparent reason.
I work with a team of molecular geneticists and ecologists and our field experiments in lakes where amphibians lay their eggs have revealed that the eggs of Cascades frogs and Western toads are being damaged by ultraviolet-B rays which are coming through to the earth's surface more and more, most probably because of the depletion of the ozone in the upper atmosphere.
And often what he has discovered is not good: a dramatic drop in the number of Cascades frogs in Lassen Volcanic, the loss of mountain yellow-legged frogs from large portions of Sequoia, and the serious losses at Yosemite.