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Frogs Australia Network - Australian Frogs
Frogs Australia Network - Australian Frogs Australian Frogs Australia is home to 216 native frog species. Australian frogs have adapted to many different habitats from the rainforests of tropical Queensland and ... interest in Australian frogs. Frog Bioregions Map Use the interactive map to search for frogs by bioregion. Full list of Australian Frogs This is a list if all the frog in the Australian ...
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Frogs Australia Network - Full list of Australian Frogs
Frogs Australia Network - Full list of Australian Frogs Full list of Australian Frogs Australian Frogs Australian Frog Database Frog Bioregions Map Full list of Australian Frogs Frequently Asked Questions Frog ... Common name: Southern Toadlet Species: Rana daemeli Family: Ranidae Common names: Australian Frog; Wood Frog Species: Rheobatrachus silus Family: Myobatrachidae Common names: Southern ...
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2007 IUCN Red List – Search
Australian alpine frogs. In: Campbell, A. (ed.), Declines and Disappearances of Australian Frogs, pp. 145-157. Environment Australia, Canberra. Osborne, W.S. 1989. Distribution, relative abundance and conservation status of Corroboree Frogs ...
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Action Plans and Conservation Overviews
Australian Birds - 2000 The Action Plan for Australian Butterflies - 2002 The Action Plan for Australian Cetaceans - 1999 The Action Plan for Australian Freshwater Fishes - 1993 The Action Plan for Australian Frogs - 1998 The Action Plan for Australian ...
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2007 IUCN Red List – Search
Queensland. In: A. Campbell (ed.), Declines and Disappearances of Australian Frogs, pp. 14-22. Environment Australia, Canberra. McDonald, K.R. 1992. Distribution patterns and conservation status of north Queensland rainforest frogs ... Plan for Australian Frogs. Wildlife Australia, Canberra, ACT. Williams, S.E. and Hero, J.-M. 1998. Rainforest frogs of the Australian Wet Tropics: ...
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JCU - Current Research into Australian Amphibian Declines
Australian frogs. For more information contact: The Amphibian Research Centre, PO Box 424, Brunswick, VIC 3056, Australia. Email: arc@frogs.org.au Tasmania University ... into the evolution, systematics and biology of frogs through osteology, ontogeny, functional anatomy and field observations. Western Australia Western Australian Museum Dr Ken Aplin works at the Museum ...
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JCU - MISSING FROGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN WET TROPICS
Queensland rainforest frogs. Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage, Conservation Technical Report 1:51pp. Richards, S. J. and C. James. 1992. Foot-flagging displays of some Australian Frogs. Mem. Qd Mus. 32:302. Richards, S. J., K. R. McDonald and R. A. Alford. 1993. Declines in populations of Australia's endemic tropical rainforest frogs. Pac. ...
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Exploratorium: Frogs: The Amazing, Adaptable Frog / Page 1 of 6
Though they thrive in warm, moist tropical climates, frogs also live in deserts and high on 15,000 foot mountain slopes. The Australian water-holding frog is a desert dweller that can ... -Blooded Solutions to Warm-Blooded Problems." Photo courtesy of Dr. Kenneth Storey. Like all amphibians, frogs are cold-blooded, meaning that their body temperatures change with the temperature of their surroundings ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation Autumn 2003 A Harrowing Experience What follows is a letter ... worked quickly to relocate or put sprinkler systems on for Regent Honeyeaters, Corroboree Frogs, Freckled Ducks and other high priority species. Fires continued to build up ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation Winter 2002 KILLER CATS by Kerry Sharp The feral cat is ... prey. Depending what is available; the feral cat will feed on live insects, fish, frogs, reptiles, birds and native and introduced mammals up to the size of a Brush- ...
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