New paper in Ecology: Warmer water for amphibians may counter-act the effects of faster-drying ponds

O'Regan_cover_EcologySacha 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.

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