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Frogs Australia Network - Diseases
Apart from the movement of infected frogs the fungus is also spread by: Frogs hitchhiking in boxes of fruit or vegetables (also referred to as ‘banana box’ frogs) Wet soil on the shoes ... fungus as experiments have shown that infected frogs are more likely to die at lower temperatures. Equally frogs that live in streams are more likely to be infected as the disease is waterborne. Combination ...
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FROGLOG 54
Infection was found at low and high altitude sites and in contrasting surrounding habitats. Chytrid infected frogs were found in rivers in town centers, where there is a lot of human activity ... (2000). Global distribution of chytridiomycosis in amphibians. http:// www.jcu.edu.au/ school/ phtm/ PHTM/ frogs/ chyglob.htm Weldon, C. (2002). Chytridiomycosis survey in South Africa. Froglog. 51:1-2. (* ...
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Froglog 51-2
Potchefstroom University. In addition we are investigating the extent to which chytrid-infected frogs are being exported while developing mechanisms, in close collaboration with nature conservation authorities, to ... the chytrid is present in X. laevis throughout most of the surveyed region. The infected frogs do not show any of the behavioural or clinical symptoms usually associated with ...
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Save Our Seine River Environment Inc >> In the Media
But the city had identified it as being infected with Dutch elm disease and had it slated for removal. One day before it was ... to carve Woody's eyes, the forest was alive with the sounds of birds chirping, frogs croaking, and other woodland noises. "Right as Robert started carving the eyes, the sound in ...
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Hop to It - Irish Frog Survey - What Kills Frogs?
Poems & Jokes Questions about Frogs Frog Friendly Garden What Kills Frogs? Frog Crossword Mind Bender Frog Search & Find Arty Crafty Frogs Tasty Frogs Froggy links What Kills Frogs? Amphibians play an important ... world since the 1980's. The fungus destroys the skin pigment keratin in amphibians. Frogs infected appear emaciated and lethargic, often with abnormalities of the skin or eyes. The fungus ...
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Millions Against Monsanto Campaign - Organic Consumers Association
This disease creates a toxin in the infected wheat, making the crop unsuitable for human or animal consumption. ... to Public Health 8/8 - Monsanto's Roundup Herbicide Killing Off Frogs Worldwide 8/6 - "Monsanto Laws" Prohibiting GE Crop Bans Goes Beyond ... 4/12 - New Study Shows Monsanto's Herbicide Roundup is Killing Frogs 4/12 - EU Patent Office Will Rule on Legality of Monsanto ...
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Earlham -- Biological Diversity -- Northern Leopard Frog
Minnesota. A high number of the malformed frogs are northern leopard frogs, R. pipiens (MPCA, 2001). For these reasons, we have chosen to focus ... linked to the presence of the parasite Ribeiroia ondatrae, a flatworm that burrows into tadpoles. Frogs heavily infected with R. ondatrae at these sites developed severe deformities (Rosenberry, 2001). However, R. ...
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Glossary of Terms - Environmental Protection Agency, Ireland
Amphibian - Vertebrates, including frogs, with an aquatic larval stage followed by a terrestrial adult stage. Anthropogenic - Produced as ... with ulcers near the head. The cause is probably viral but the ulcers are typically infected by bacteria and fungi. V Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - Organic compounds which evaporate readily ...
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GM Forest Trees The Ultimate Threat
It inhibits the synthesis of steroids and is genotoxic in mammals, fish and frogs. It is lethal and highly toxic to earthworms. Glufosinate ammonium is linked to neurological, respiratory ... for creating many GM trees, is a soil bacterium that causes tumours to grow on infected plants and is now known to be capable of transferring genes into animal and human ...
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Armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus damage control information
Vertebrates are eaten to a lesser extent, including skinks, lizards, small frogs, and snakes, as well as the eggs of these animals. General Biology, Reproduction, and Behavior ... fencing of nesting birds. Disease is a factor associated with this species. Armadillos can be infected by the bacterium Mycobacterium leprae, the causative agent of leprosy. The role that armadillos have ...
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