2 edition of Amphibian Species of the World found in the catalog.
Amphibian Species of the World
William E. Duellman
by Not Avail
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||372|
It is a magnificent achievement that sets a standard for the rest of the world to follow.”—American Scientist“A landmark for the conservation of amphibian species within North America We would certainly recommend this book for every library in the continental United States. Amphibian species of the world: Additions and corrections by Duellman, William Edward, Publication date Topics Amphibians, Amphibians Publisher This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also .
Urbanisation currently threatens over one-third of the world’s known amphibian species. The main threats of urbanisation to amphibian populations are habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and isolation, and degradation of habitat quality. A complex array of interacting biotic and abiotic factors impact amphibians in urban and urbanising by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The Amphibian will throw you back to a time when skin and deep-sea diving had not yet made the Silent World begin yielding up its secrets on a really big scale, as aqualung and snorkel are doing today, and present to you Alexander Belayev's prevision of the ocean mastered by mankind/5(). Patterns of Distribution of Amphibians: A Global Perspective, edited by William E. Duellman, is the first synthesis of information on the worldwide distribution of amphibians. Chapters on each of nine global regions are written by internationally recognized experts, who have gathered the diverse data from the literature and from their own.
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Amphibian Species of the World on Twitter; What is the right name. Running log of additions and changes, ; Logs of changes and additions, –; How to cite; How to use; History of the project; The big changes in amphibian taxonomy (–): versions and ; Scientific Nomenclature and Its Discontents; Structure of the.
Amphibians are facing an extinction crisis, but getting to the facts has been difficult. "Threatened Amphibians of the World" is a visual journey through the first-ever comprehensive assessment of the conservation status of Amphibian Species of the World book world's 6, known species of frogs, toads, salamanders, and by: Amphibian Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographical Reference Association of Systematics Collections Published by Allen Press / Association of Systematics Collctns ().
Amphibian Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographical Reference. by Association of Systematics Collections (Author), Darrel R. Frost (Editor), William E.
Duellman (Editor). Note: Starting with versionAmphibian Species of the World will be updated in real time and can even vary from hour to hour, which means that citations will have to specify a year, and for purposes of citation and supplemental data authors will have to make permanent archives.
Threatened Amphibians of the World The Global Amphibian Assessment (GAA) sharpened the scientific community’s focus on both the nature and extent of threats to amphibians worldwide. This book is a product of the Global Amphibian Assessment, and therefore owes everything to those who contributed directly to that process, and indeed who.
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Amphibian by Carly Gunn, was an easy, quick, and at times comical read, with a good-natured heartwarming story by the end. One kid trying to do his part to help save the world from Global Warming, ONE FROG AT A TIME!!4/5.
Reptiles & Amphibians: Species in Full Color is an excellent science book to have in a classroom science corner for the children to look at all the different animals. It gives them a chance to see pictures of reptiles and amphibians that are not in the area of your school to increase their exposure to the animal world/5.
Internet Archive BookReader Amphibian species of the world: Additions and corrections. The list below largely follows Darrel Frost's Amphibian Species of the World (ASW), Version (31 January ).
Another classification, which largely follows Frost, but deviates from it in part is the one of AmphibiaWeb, by the University of California, Berkeley. World-renowned herpetologist Mark O’Shea, best known for his Animal Planet/Discovery Channel show O’Shea’s Big Adventure, teams up with Tim Halliday, former biology professor at the Open University and one of the world’s leading authorities on amphibians, to write expert-level entries highlighting the chief characteristics and Reviews: Overall, Amphibian Species of the World is a specialized source that will be primarily used by faculty and graduate students in the biological sciences.
Most laypeople with interest in amphibian species are more concerned with biological and ecological information, not the development of naming conventions. Scientific Nomenclature as Applied in Amphibian Species of the World, with Comments on Ranks and Their Applications The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature () is the governing rule-book for nomenclature in this catalogue.
A fascinating world of scientific wonders, the amphibian species is full of unusual and extreme adaptations and is home to numerous unsolved mysteries. Amphibians is your guide to these intriguing and diverse s: 5. This book―written by the world's leading authority on the herpetology of the lowland Maya area―is the only comprehensive field guide to all the species of amphibians and reptiles found there.
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It will bring greater understanding of a group of reptiles that have existed for more than million years. Maps of amphibian diversity include the total species richness, major taxonomic Orders (Anura, Caudata, Gymnophiona), threatened species, data deficient species, and small-ranged s considered small-ranged are those with a geographic range size smaller than the global median (i.e., the 50% of species with the smallest ranges).
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Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) The Amphibian Survival Alliance is the world’s largest partnership for amphibian conservation, formed in response to the decline of frogs, salamanders and caecilians worldwide. Without immediate and coordinated action we stand to lose half of some 7, species of amphibians in our lifetimes.
The Atlas of Snakes of the World Hardcover – October 1, # in Reptile & Amphibian Care # in Biology of Reptiles & Amphibians; There are thousands of snakes pictured with information regarding each species and/or subspecies!
I took this atlas with me Cited by: A fascinating world of scientific wonders, the amphibian species is full of unusual and extreme adaptations and is home to numerous unsolved mysteries. "Amphibians" is your guide to these intriguing and diverse creatures.
Often misunderstood, this species which includes frogs, toads, salamanders and newts, surpasses all other vertebrate species in survival and reproduction strategies.Amphibian Scavenger Hunt Fact Card #1 Frogs, toads, and salamanders are amphibians.
The word amphibian comes from the Greek language. It means “two lives”. Amphibian Scavenger Hunt Fact Card #2 A mother frog can lay thousands of eggs at one time. Frog eggs are not hard like bird eggs. They are wet, soft, and squishy. They feel like jelly.