Conservation of the amphibians of Madagascar

Project location: MADAGASCAR
Project start date: February 2003 - Project end date: April 2005
Project number: 2003-28
Beneficiary: Istituto Oikos

Exploring the importance of ecology and natural history traits to protect some of the most endangered frog species

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Between environmental degradation and internationalpet trade: conservation strategies for the threatened amphibians of Madagascar

Research on Scaphiophryne gottlebei, Mantella expectata and Mantella bernhardi, endangered frogs of Madagascar [.doc 208 KB]

Species Review of Amphibian Extinction Risks in Madagascar: Conclusions from the Global Amphibian Assessment

New records, distribution and conservation of Mantella bernhardi

A new narrow-mouthed frog of the genus Paradoxophyla (Microhylidae: Scaphiophryninae) from Masoala rainforest, northeastern Madagascar Acta Herpetologica 1: 15-27, 2006

 

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