Newly discovered populations of the Ethiopian endemic and endangered Afrixalus clarkei Largen, implications for conservation

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Mertens, Jan; Jocque, Merlijn; Geeraert, Lore; De Beenhouwer, Matthias;
  • Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
  • Journal: issue 565,pages141-146issn: 1313-2989, eissn: 1313-2970
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3897/zookeys.565.7114, pmc: PMC4820099
  • Subject: Southwest Ethiopia | Forest | Afrixalus | IUCN | Chordata | Afrixalus clarkei | Short Communication | Distribution | Animalia | Amphibia | Survey | Anura | Hyperoliidae | Amphibians

Abstract Knowledge of the Ethiopian amphibian fauna is limited and Southwest Ethiopia remains understudied. This part of Ethiopia, where most of the country’s remaining natural forest is situated, is known to harbour the only populations of Afrixalus clarkei (Largen), a... View more
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