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Tactical reproductive parasitism via larval cannibalism in Peruvian poison frogs
(East Carolina University, 2009-04-23)
We report an unusual example of reproductive parasitism in amphibians. Dendrobates variabi- lis, an Amazonian poison frog, oviposits at the surface of the water in small pools in plants and deposits tadpoles within the ...
Amazonian Amphibian Diversity Is Primarily Derived from Late Miocene Andean Lineages
(East Carolina University, 2009-03)
The Neotropics contains half of remaining rainforests and Earth’s largest reservoir of amphibian biodiversity. However, determinants of Neotropical biodiversity (i.e., vicariance, dispersals, extinctions, and radiations) ...