Lannoo References


(Translations may not be accurate.)

bookcover The following literature references are from Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of United States Species, edited by Michael Lannoo (©2005 by the Regents of the University of California), used with permission of University of California Press. The book is available from UC Press.

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Yamaguti, S. 1971. Synopsis of Digenetic Trematodes of Vertebrates. Volume 1. Keigaku Publishing Company, Tokyo, Japan.
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Yanev, K.P. 1978. Evolutionary studies of the plethodontid salamander genus Batrachoseps. Ph.D. dissertation. University of California, Berkeley, California.
Yanev, K.P. 1980. Biogeography and distribution of three parapatric salamander species in coastal and borderland California. Pp. 531–550. In Power, D.M. (Ed.), The California Islands: Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, California.
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Yang, X.B., D.O. TeBeest and E.L. Moore. 1992. Biological vectors for dispersal of Colletotrichium gloeosporioides. Proceeding of the Arkansas Academy of Sciences 46:96–99.
Yeatman, H.C. and H.B. Miller. 1985. A naturally metamorphosed Gyrinophilus palleucus from the type-locality. Journal of Herpetology 19:304–306.
Yeo, J.J. and C.R. Peterson. 1998. Amphibian and reptile distribution and habitat relationships in the Lost River Mountains and Challis-Lemhi Resource Areas. Idaho Bureau of Land Management, Technical Bulletin 98-10, Boise, Idaho.
Yoffe, E. 1992. Silence of the frogs. New York Times Magazine 6:36–38, 64–76.
Yom, S. 1990. It’s no use telling these jumpy lovers to look before you leap. Wall Street Journal, 26 July.
Young, B.E., K.R. Lips, J.K. Reaser, R. Ibáñez, A.W. Salas, J.R. Cedeño, L.A. Coloma, S. Ron, E. LaMarca, J.R. Meyer, A. Muñoz, F. Bolaños, G. Chavez and D. Romo. 2001. Population declines and priorities for amphibian conservation in Latin America. Conservation Biology 15:1213–1223.
Young, F.N. and J.R. Zimmerman. 1956. Variations in temperature in small aquatic situations. Ecology 37:609–611.
Young, J.E. and B.I. Crother. 2001. Allozyme evidence for the separation of Rana areolata and Rana capito and for the resurrection of Rana sevosa. Copeia 2001:382–388.
Young, K.A. 2001. Defining units of conservation for intraspecific biodiversity: reply to Dimmick et al. Conservation Biology 15:784–787.