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Papers & Reports Pesticides in Mountain Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana muscosa) from the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, USA
Authors: Gary M Fellers; L L McConnell; D Pratt; S Datta
Date: 2004 | Outlet: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23: 2170-2177
Papers & Reports Pesticides in mountain yellow-legged frogs (Rana muscosa) from the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, USA
Authors: Gary M Fellers; L L McConnell; D Pratt; S Datta
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23: 2170-2177
Papers & Reports Overwintering Tadpoles in the California Red-legged Frog (Rana aurora draytonii)
Authors: Gary M Fellers; A E Launer; G Rathbun; Steven Bobzien; Jeff A Alvarez; D Sterner; R B Seymour; M Westphal
Date: 2001 | Outlet: Herpetological Review 32: 156-157
In California, overwintering tadpoles have been reported for only two ranid species: Rana muscosa (mountain yellow-legged frog) (Stebbins 1985) and R. catesbeiana (bullfrog) (Behler and King 1979; Leonard et al. 1993). Storer (1925) states that R. aurora spend 4 - 5 months as larvae with metamorphosis typically taking place between July and September. We report here our observations of Rana aurora draytonii (California red-legged frog) tadpoles overwintering at 11 sites spread over four counties in central coastal Cali-fornia. We define overwintering as spending the winter (No-vember - February) in the larval stage (< Gosner stage 40; Gosner 1960).
Papers & Reports California giant salamander, Dicamptodon ensatus Eschscholtz
Authors: Gary M Fellers; S R Kuchta
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest 50-53
Papers & Reports California Red-legged Frog (Rana draytonii) Movement and Habitat Use: Implications for Conservation
Authors: Gary M Fellers; Patrick M Kleeman
Date: 2007 | Outlet: Journal of Herpetology 41: 276-286
Papers & Reports Diurnal Versus Nocturnal Surveys for California Red-legged Frogs
Authors: Gary M Fellers; Patrick M Kleeman
Date: 2006 | Outlet: Journal of Wildlife Management 70: 1805–1808
Papers & Reports A Technique for Locating and Recovering Radiotransmitters at Close Range
Authors: Gary M Fellers; Patrick M Kleeman
Date: 2003 | Outlet: Herpetological Review 34(2): 123
Papers & Reports Oral Chytridiomycosis in Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs (Rana muscosa)
Authors: Gary M Fellers; D E Green; J E Longcore
Date: 2001 | Outlet: Copeia 2001: 945-953
Papers & Reports Demise of translocated populations of mountain yellow-legged frogs (Rana muscosa) in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California
Authors: Gary M Fellers; David F Bradford; D Pratt; L L Wood
Date: 2007 | Outlet: Herpetological Conservation and Biology 2: 5-21
Papers & Reports Pacific treefrog, Pseudacris regilla Baird and Girard
Authors: Gary M Fellers
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest 174-177
Papers & Reports California red-legged frog, Rana draytonii Baird and Girard
Authors: Gary M Fellers
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest 198-201
Papers & Reports Rana boylii Baird 1854, Foothill Yellow-legged Frog
Authors: Gary M Fellers
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Lannoo M, editor. Amphibian declines: the conservation status of United States species. Berkeley: University of California Press 534–536
Papers & Reports Bufo exsul Myers, 1942, Black Toad
Authors: Gary M Fellers
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Lannoo M, editor. Amphibian declines: the conservation status of United States species. Berkeley: University of California Press 406-408
Papers & Reports Rana draytonii Baird and Girard 1852, California Red-legged Frog
Authors: Gary M Fellers
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Lannoo M, editor. Amphibian declines: the conservation status of United States species. Berkeley: University of California Press 552–554
Papers & Reports Riverine landscapes: ecology for an alternative geometry.
Authors: W F Fagan; Evan HC Grant; H J Lynch; P J Unmack
Date: 2009 | Outlet: Cantrell S, Cosner C, Raun S, editors. Spatial Ecology. Boca Raton, FL: Chapman & Hall/CRC. 85-100
Papers & Reports Hyla cadaverina (California Treefrog) – Predation
Authors: Edward L Ervin; Robert N Fisher; K Madden
Date: 2000 | Outlet: Herpetological Review 31: 234
Papers & Reports Spea hammondii (Western Spadefoot Toad) – Elevation Record
Authors: Edward L Ervin; A E Anderson; T L Cass; R E Murcia
Date: 2001 | Outlet: Herpetological Review 1.358333333
Papers & Reports Pseudacris cadaverina (Cope, 1866[a]), California Treefrog
Authors: Edward L Ervin
Date: 2005 | Outlet: Lannoo M, editor. Amphibian declines: the conservation status of United States species. Berkeley: University of California Press 467-470
Papers & Reports Issues in species recovery: An example based on the Wyoming toad
Authors: V J Dreitz
Date: 2006 | Outlet: BioScience 56: 765–771
Papers & Reports Auditory monitoring of amphibian populations
Authors: M E Dorcas; S J Price; Susan C Walls; William J Barichivich
Date: 2009 | Outlet: Dodd CK Jr, editor. Amphibian ecology and conservation, a handbook of techniques. Oxford University Press 281-298
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