AMPHIBIAWEB
This reference list is compiled by Professor Tim Halliday (formerly DAPTF International Director) (tim.r.halliday@gmail.com). It lists papers on amphibian declines and their causes and papers on amphibian conservation, with an emphasis on those that describe methods for monitoring and conserving amphibian populations. Tim is always delighted to receive details of forthcoming papers from their authors.

September 2017

Becerra López, J. L. (2017)  Evidence of niche shift and invasion potential of Lithobates catesbeianus in the habitat of Mexican endemic frogs.  PLoS One:  12 (9);  e0185086.
(calli.edithsita@gmail.com)

Chellman, I. C. et al.  (2017)  Estimating mudpuppy (Necturus maculosus) abundance in the Lamoille River, Vermont, USA.  Herpetological Conservation & Biology:  12;  422-434.
(isaac.chellman@wildlife.ca.gov)

Cuello, M. E. et al.  (2017)  Habitat associations for the endangered frog Atelognathus patagonicus within the aquatic environment:  key microhabitats for conservation.  Herpetological Conservation & Biology:  12;  410-421.
(melenacuello@gmail.com)

Drawert, B. et al.  (2017)  Using stochastic epidemiological models to evaluate conservation strategies for endangered amphibians.  J. Royal Society Interface:  133;  20170480.
(briandrawert@gmail.com)

Duffus, A. L. J. et al.  (2017)  Investigating amphibian and reptile mortalities:  a practical guide for wildlife professionals.  Herpetological Review:  48;  550-557.
(aduffus@gordonstate.edu)

Ecrement, S. M. & Richter, S. C.  (2017)  Amphibian use of wetlands created by military activity in Kisatchie National Forest, Louisiana, USA.  Herpetological Conservation & Biology:  12;  321-333.
(secrement@tighebond.com)

Forti, L. R. et al.  (2017)  Perspectives on invasive amphibians in Brazil.  PLoS One:  12 (9);  e0184703.
(lucas_forti@yahoo.com.br)

Fritch, E. J. et al.  (2017)  Status of Ranavirus in anurans of two national parks in Gabon.  Herpetological Review:  48;  561-563.
(tlentz@uwsp.edu)

Govindarajulu, P. et al.  (2017)  Swabbing for Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans on wild rough-skinned newts (Taricha granulosa) and pet-traded amphibians on southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.  Herpetological Review:  48;  564-568.
(ke.ovaska@gmail.com)

Greenspan, S. E. et al.  (in press)  White blood cell profiles in amphibians help to explain disease susceptibility following temperature shifts.  Developmental & Comparative Immunology:
(sasha.greenspan@gmail.com)

Haas, S. E. et al.  (in press)  Continental-extent patterns in amphibian malformations linked to parasites, chemical contaminants and their interactions.  Global Change Biology:
(sarah.haas@tpwd.texas.gov)

Hanlon, S. M. et al.  (2017)  Detection of amphibian chytrid fungus on waterfowl integument in natural settings.  Diseases of Aquatic Organisms:  126;  71-74.
(shane.michael.hanlon@gmail.com)

Hossack, B. R. et al.  (2017)  Widespread legacy brine contamination from oil production reduces survival of chorus frog larvae.  Environmental Pollution:  231;  742-751.
(blake_hossack@usgs.gov)

Isidoro-Ayza, M. et al.  (2017)  Pathogenic lineage of Perkinsea associated with mass mortality of frogs across the United States.  Scientific Reports:  7;  10288.
(marcos.isidoro.ayza@gmail.com)

Le, D. T. E. et al.  (2017)  Preliminary monitoring of amphibian populations at a montane site in Vietnam with the presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis.  Herpetological Review:  48;  557-560.
(lttduong@hcmus.edu.vn)

Meredith, H. M. R. et al.  (in press)  Practitioner and scientist perceptions of successful amphibian conservation.  Conservation Biology:
(r.a.griffiths@kent.ac.uk)

Montalvão, M. F. & Malafaia, G.  (in press)  Effects of abamectin on bullfrog tadpoles:  insights on cytotoxicity.  Environmental Science & Pollution Research:
(guilhermeifgoiano@gmail.com)

Price, S. J. et al.  (2017)  Screening of a long-term sample set reveals two Ranavirus lineages in British herpetofauna.  PLoS One:  12 (9);  e0184768.
(s.price@ucl.ac.uk)

Price, S. J. et al.  (in press)  From fish to frogs and beyond:  impact and host range of emergent ranaviruses.  Virology:
(trent.garner@ioz.ac.uk)

Salas, E. A. L. et al.  (2017)  Projected future bioclimate-envelope suitability for reptile and amphibian species of concern in south central USA.  Herpetological Conservation & Biology:  12;  522-547.
(easalas@nmsu.edu)

Sasso, T. et al.  (2017)  Environmental DNA characterization of amphibian communities in the Brazilian Atlantic forest:  potential application for conservation of a rich and threatened fauna.  Biological Conservation:  215;  225-232.
(thais.lopes@usp.br)

Sharifi, M. et al.  (2017)  Modeling geographic distribution for the endangered spotted mountain newt, Neurergus microspilotus (Amphibia:  Salamandridae) in Iran and Iraq.  Herpetological Conservation & Biology:  12;  488-497.
(sharifimozafar2012@gmail.com)

Shuman-Goodier, M. E. et al.  (in press)  Competition and pesticide exposure affect development of invasive (Rhinella marina) and native (Fejervarya vittigera) rice paddy amphibian larvae.  Ecotoxicology:
(ms2883@nau.edu)

Sievers, M. et al.  (in press)  Impacts of human-induced environmental change in wetlands on aquatic animals.  Biological Reviews:
(msievers@student.unimelb.edu.au)

Sonn, J. M. et al.  (in press)  The influence of temperature on chytridiomycosis in vivo.  EcoHealth:
(jsonn@tulane.edu)

Whitfield, S. M. et al.  (2017)  Differential patterns of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection in relict amphibian populations following severe disease-associated declines.  Diseases of Aquatic Organisms:  126;  33-41.
(steven.whitfield@miamidade.gov)