Losing amphibian diversity also means losing poison diversity

While frog and salamander declines worldwide have made scientists outspoken about the need to preserve amphibian genetic diversity, two University of California, Berkeley, biologists emphasize …

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What a salamander virus can tell us about the future of biodiversity amid a changing climate

A new project from two NAU scientists aims to predict the future — specifically, the future of different amphibian species in the face of an …

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New Caudata rules set to come into force in July

Rules to prevent spread of deadly fungus amongst newts and salamanders New rules on the import of Caudata amphibians are to be implemented across the …

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