Declines and Disappearances of Australian Frogs
by Alastair Campbell

Pages: 236
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 1999
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0642546568


Experts continue to reaffirm that a significant proportion of the worldís frog fauna is in decline.
While frogs have been great survivors for many millions of years, habitat loss and degradation are imposing themselves at increasing levels. More alarmingly frogs in pristine environments are being affected. Even in protected rainforest habitats frogs have suffered a mysterious fate and despite extensive searching, some frog species can no longer be located in the wild.
The state of our frogs, who breathe and absorb water through their skin, and their relevance as potential early
warning signals for water and air borne pollutants makes these signs especially important.

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