Habitat split as a cause of local population declines of amphibians with aquatic larvae

Habitat split as a cause of local population declines of amphibians with aquatic larvae

C. Guilherme Becker, Carlos R. Fonseca, Celio F. B. Haddad, Paulo I. Prado

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Most amphibian species have biphasic life histories and undergo an ontogenetic shift from aquatic to terrestrial habitats. In deforested landscapes, streams and forest fragments are frequently disjunct, jeopardizing the life cycle of forest‐associated amphibians with aquatic larvae. We tested the...

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Habitat split as a cause of local population declines of amphibians with aquatic larvae

C. Guilherme Becker, Carlos R. Fonseca, Celio F. B. Haddad, Paulo I. Prado


										

Habitat split as a cause of local population declines of amphibians with aquatic larvae

C. Guilherme Becker, Carlos R. Fonseca, Celio F. B. Haddad, Paulo I. Prado

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    Conservation biology

    Vol. 24, no. 1-2 (Feb., 2010), p. 287-194