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Farm ponds as critical habitats for native amphibians

Final Report

Executive Summary
Farm Ponds as Critical Habitats for Native Amphibians: Final Report
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Chapters
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  1. Amphibian Reproductive Success as an Indicator of Habitat Quality in Agricultural Farm Ponds
  2. Effects of Agricultural Land Use on the Survival of Anuran Larvae in Constructed and Natural Ponds in the Upper Midwest
  3. Effects of Agricultural and Urban Land Use on Movement and Habitat Selection by Northern Leopard Frogs (Rana pipiens)
  4. Agricultural Land Uses are not Associated with Genetic Damage or Malformations in Frogs in Southeastern Minnesota
  5. Resources for Monitoring Pond-breeding Amphibians in the Northcentral USA
  6. Role of Ribeiroia ondatrae (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda) Metacercariae in the Development of Malformed Frogs in Minnesota and Wisconsin

Resources for Monitoring Pond-breeding
Amphibians in the Northcentral USA

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Resources for Monitoring Pond-breeding Amphibians in the Northcentral USA

 

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