Alyssa et al. find that 3 species of amphibians found in BC may experience extensive inhospitable climates in the coming century. Read more to find out where tadpoles might get toasted. PDF
Viorel et al. find that Oregon Spotted Frogs are discerning in their habitat selection at multiple scales. Read more to find out where frogs like to frolic, and what that means for the management of this highly imperiled species.
Sacha O’Regan et al. used 3 species of frogs to test how the impacts of climate warming may counter-act each other. They found that warmer pond temperatures cause faster developmental rates in all species with little trade-off in size at metamorphosis, which may help to alleviate the elevated mortality expected due to faster pond drying.…
Check out the Winter 2014 issue of National Parks Magazine for an article featuring the work lead by Wendy and Maureen on Cascades frogs in alpine wetlands around Olympic National Park. Read more!