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Organizations relating to Amphibia

Scandinavian Herpetological Society / Malling, Denmark / Est. 1944
European Herpetological Society / Milan, Italy / Est. 1979
Amphibian Survival Alliance / Austin TX, USA
International Society for the Study of Dendrobatid Frogs
Worldwide Fairplay for Frogs Committee / Est. 1962
Amphibian Ark / Apple Valley MN, USA
Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians / Skokie IL, USA / Est. 1990

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World Problems relating to Amphibia

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Amphibians
Extinct species of Bufo periglenes
Amphibians as pests
Irresponsible introduction of exotic species of amphibians
International trade in endangered amphibians
Threatened species of Lissamphibia
Threatened species of Anura
Threatened species of Cercopidae
Threatened species of Rhacophoridae
Threatened species of Pseudacris streckeri illinoensis
Threatened species of Nectophrynoides occidentalis
Threatened species of Hynobius dunni
Threatened species of Bufo canorus
Threatened species of Pelobatidae
Threatened species of Hylidae
Threatened species of Breviceps gibbosus
Threatened species of Breviceps
Threatened species of Litoria nannotis
Threatened species of Rhinodermatidae
Threatened species of Batrachoididae
Threatened species of Batrachoseps
Threatened species of Paramesotriton deloustali
Threatened species of Euproctus platycephalus
Threatened species of Chioglossa lusitanica
Threatened species of Hyperoliidae

Action Strategies relating to Amphibia

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting amphibia
Conserving endangered species of amphibia
Causing extinction of frogs and toads
Breeding amphibians

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