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Unexpected fossil discovery in Spain raises a new question about the green toad.
The deadly chytrid fungus renders unique frogs extinct and threatens another species in Australia.
This family of frog is important to understand amphibian diversity
Chytridiomycosis now reported throughout the neotropics
Bush Frogs found in India, fanged frogs in Sulawesi
Scientists Think the Philippines may be Epicenter if Bd Disease Takes Hold
The largest freshwater wetland in the world lies near the center of South America in the Upper Paraguay River Basin, at the border of Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil. The Matto Grosso is a 95,000-square-mile marshland that is both unique and…
Researchers discover the frogs thriving in drier climates yet still infected with chytrid fungus
Larvae of the genus Epomis eats amphibians
Public Hearing on San Francisco's Sharp Park Scheduled for Oct. 6
Some reptiles and amphibians changed categories. Others were added.
New carnivorous amphibian fossil, Fedexia striegeli, is linked to diversification of amphibians.
Site fidelity may be contributing to the Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog's (Rana sierrae) decline in numbers.
The difference between “poisonous” and “venomous” in reptiles and amphibians.
Biologists rediscover endangered mountain yellow-legged frog population.
Frog, thought to be extinct, has been rediscovered in Costa Rica.
New North American "Cajun Chorus Frog."
Herping for amphibians and reptiles in Malaysia.
Finding and photographing Arizona and Sonoran desert toads and frogs.
A great deal of work remains to be done if the Wyoming toad is to recover to the point that it can be removed from the endangered species list.