Why do tiny frogs persist or perish on a tiny scale?
Date: 04, Jun, 2019
Publisher: TSR Hub
The white-bellied frog in south-western Western Australia is experiencing population extinctions throughout its small range. The driver of recent declines is a mystery, but Emily Hoffmann of the University of Western Australia is on the case. She presents some of the pieces of the puzzle here and asks some of the questions that may produce the clues we need to solve it.
Why do tiny frogs persist or perish on a tiny scale.pdf