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Request for Information – Midwest Region of ARMI

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We are interested in information that will help us to evaluate the statuses of populations of amphibians in the Midwest Region of ARMI. If you have such information, please fill out the form below.

1a. Please provide your contact information.

Name:

Address:

Telephone number:

E-mail address:

1b. How and when is the best time to contact you?

2a. Which organization do you represent?

2b. What are the URLs of any websites for you and/or your organization?

3. Do you or your organization currently possess data on populations of amphibians in the Midwest Region of ARMI? Yes No

4. Please describe briefly where, when, and how such data were collected.

5. To which species do these data apply?

spotted salamander Great Plains toad American bullfrog
eastern tiger salamander eastern/Cope's gray Treefrog green frog
eastern redback salamander Blanchard's Cricket frog pickerel frog
northern red salamander northern spring peeper leopard frog (species)
eastern American toad chorus frog (species) wood frog
Other

6. Are these data available to us via a regional or national database? Yes No

7. If so, please provide us with access information for those databases.

8. If not, are you interested in sharing data with us to aid in assessing amphibian populations in the Midwest Region of ARMI? Yes No

9. Are you interested in contributing those data to a regional database as appropriate for you and your organization? Yes No

10. Which species of amphibians are you most concerned about in the Midwest Region of ARMI?

spotted salamander Great Plains toad American bullfrog
eastern tiger salamander eastern/Cope's gray Treefrog green frog
eastern redback salamander Blanchard's Cricket frog pickerel frog
northern red salamander northern spring peeper leopard frog (species)
eastern American toad chorus frog (species) wood frog
Other

11. Which five factors do you believe most threaten the persistence of populations of amphibians in your area?

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12. How would you rate the overall understanding of statuses of populations or species of amphibians in your area?

excellent
good
fair
poor
non-existent

13. Please identify any other colleagues you recommend that we contact.

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