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The team attempted to infect 35 species picked from different branches of the amphibian genealogical tree.
We're thrilled to have the Gibbs Vilebrequin Quadskis included in this year's Neiman Marcus Christmas Fantasy Gift Collection," said Tom Berchulc, vice president of marketing for Gibbs Sports Amphibians.
After the fragmentation of supercontinent Pangaea and the subsequent split of the Laurasian and Gondwanan landmasses, certain groups of amphibians were able to "hitch a ride" from one continent to another.
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can be acquired from reptiles and amphibians (6); a poll conducted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during 2003 showed that as few as 4 of 49 states require pet stores to provide information about salmonellosis to persons purchasing reptiles (4).
SHOPPERS can learn more about amphibians and wild flowers when they visit Teesside Park.
United States-based Gibbs Amphibians is equipping its high-speed Amphibian technology, for operation on both land and water, in its Phibian and Humdinga trucks.
Amphibian expert Ronald Gagliardo, of the conservation group Amphibian Ark, says that finds like the Borneo rainbow toad are "good news for amphibians and the scientists studying them
Spatial network structure and amphibian persistence in stochastic environments.
The amphibian disease chytridiomycosis (caused by the fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis or Bd) has been a major factor in many population declines and extinctions.
A recently updated worldwide population assessment by the non-profit International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) found that 32 percent of the 6,000-plus amphibian species left on the planet have declined to dangerously low levels--and qualify for vulnerable, endangered or critically endangered status on the group's "Red List" of at-risk wildlife.
The programme is not restricted to only amphibian researchers.