Anomalous tadpoles in a brazilian oceanic archipelago : implications of oral anomalies on foraging behaviour, food intake and metamorphosis

Anomalous tadpoles in a brazilian oceanic archipelago : implications of oral anomalies on foraging behaviour, food intake and metamorphosis

Julia Tolledo, Emanuel T. Silva, Carlos Henrique L. Nunes-de-Almeida, Luís Felipe Toledo

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Agradecimentos: We are grateful to R. Guedes & A. Corrêa for allowing and helping in the use of the microscope

Agradecimentos: M.A. Almeida, M. Navarro & V. Fernandes for helping in field work

Agradecimentos: M. Pareja & E. Cordeiro for helping in statistical analyses. LFT thanks Fundação de Amp

Rhinella jimi (Anura, Bufonidae) is an introduced species in the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, north-eastern Brazil. It is known as one of the greatest amphibian anomaly hotspots in the world, with almost half of the adult individuals in the populat

FUNDAÇÃO DE AMPARO À PESQUISA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - FAPESP

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

COORDENAÇÃO DE APERFEIÇOAMENTO DE PESSOAL DE NÍVEL SUPERIOR - CAPES

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Anomalous tadpoles in a brazilian oceanic archipelago : implications of oral anomalies on foraging behaviour, food intake and metamorphosis

Julia Tolledo, Emanuel T. Silva, Carlos Henrique L. Nunes-de-Almeida, Luís Felipe Toledo


										

Anomalous tadpoles in a brazilian oceanic archipelago : implications of oral anomalies on foraging behaviour, food intake and metamorphosis

Julia Tolledo, Emanuel T. Silva, Carlos Henrique L. Nunes-de-Almeida, Luís Felipe Toledo

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    Herpetological Journal

    Vol. 24, no. 4 (Oct., 2014), p. 237-243