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Old 01-18-2017, 06:21 PM
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Default Re: The Importance of Letting Frogs be Frogs?

Originally Posted by Ed View Post
Not all males transport, consider the Oophaga genus or even some dendrobatids that utilize small phytotelmata see for example

Caldwell, Janalee P., and Maria Carmozina Ara˙jo. "Cannibalistic Interactions Resulting from Indiscriminate Predatory Behavior in Tadpoles of Poison Frogs (Anura: Dendrobatidae) 1." Biotropica 30.1 (1998): 92-103.
Correcting a misstatement: should have read "not all males transport consider the Oophaga genus or those that transport single tadpoles repeatedly and utilize small phytotelmata, see for example."

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