Only 10 adult Longnose Harlequin Toads remain in the wild of Ecuador’s Intag Valley. But for a species that was once considered extinct, this bleak number is in fact a sign of recovery. Leer más.
Call for abstracts. 19.04.2022. New dead line for abstract submission is June 15th! New deadline for early-bird registration is May 30th! Leer más.
Loud-croaking striped frogs, which had been extinct in Britain, are thriving after being reintroduced. Leer más.
Here we provide a synthesis on the extent of Bd infection across South America based on 21 648 molecular diagnostic assays, roles of certain species in the epidemiology of Bd and explore its association with the reported amphibian catastrophic declines in the region. We show that Bd is widespread, with a continental prevalence of 23.2%. Leer más.
Despite uncertainties in the absolute values of estimated abundance, the striking regional-scale decline of newts is evident. Among the major determinants of population dynamics, fish and crayfish presence increased their prevalence in the study area, while other factors remained more stable. Leer más.