Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Rana aurora listed in key words.

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19703 Journal Article Adams, M.J., C.A. Pearl, S. Galvan, B. McCreary. 2011. Non-native species impacts on pond occupancy by an anuran. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(1):30-35.
33169 Report Aubry, K.B., and Hall, P.A. 1991. Terrestrial amphibian communities in the southern Washington Cascade Range. USDA Forest Service, Northwest Research Station.
33172 Journal Article Brown, H.A. 1975. Reproduction and development of the red-legged frog, Rana aurora, in northwestern Washington. Northwest Science 49:241-252.
33586 Web Page 2019. Northern red-legged frog - Rana aurora. Accessed on 08/20/2019.
33174 Journal Article Dickman, M. 1968. The effect of grazing by tadpoles on the structure of a periphyton community. Ecology 49(6):1188-1190.
16622 Journal Article Doubledee, R.A.; E.B. Muller, and R.M. Nisbet. 2003. Bullfrogs, Disturbance Regimes and the Persistence of California Red-Legged Frogs. The Journal of Wildlife Management 67(2):424-438.
33170 Journal Article Hayes, M.P. and Hayes, C.B. 2003. Rana aurora aurora (Northern Red-legged Frog). Juvenile growth. Male size at maturity. Herpetological Review 34:233-234.
33175 Journal Article Hayes, M.P. and Jennings, M.R. 1986. Decline of ranid frog species in western North America: are bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) responsible? Journal of herpetology 1986:490-509.
33166 Journal Article Hayes, M.P. and Kremples, D.M. 1986. Vocal sac variation among frogs of the genus Rana from western North America. Copeia 1986:927-936.
17053 Journal Article Hodge, R.P. 2004. Rana aurora (Red-legged Frog). Herpetological Review 35(1):79.
17056 Report Lerum, L., and R. Piehl. 2007. Southeast Alaska, Chichagof Island Red-legged Frog population status. USDA Forest Service, Juneau, Alaska.
33173 Journal Article Licht, L.E. 1971. Breeding habits and embryonic thermal requirements of the frogs Rana aurora aurora and Rana pretiosa pretiosa, in the Pacific Northwest. Ecology 52:116-124.
18906 Journal Article Lindsdale, J.M. 1940. Amphibians and Reptiles in Nevada. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 73(8):197-257.
12105 Book McKeown, S. 1996. A Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians in the Hawaiian Islands. Diamond Head Publishing, Inc, Los Osos, CA.
16600 Journal Article Pearl, C.A. , M.P. Hayes, R. Haycock, J.D. Engler, and J. Bowerman. 2005. Observations of Interspecific Amplexus Between Western North American Ranid Frogs and the Introduced American Bullfoog (Rana catesbeiana) and an Hypothesis Concerning Breeding Interference. American Midland Naturalist 154(1):126-134.
702 Book Stebbins, R.C. 1966. A Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, MA.
33171 Journal Article Storm, R. M. 1960. Notes on the breeding biology of the red-legged frog (Rana aurora aurora). Herpetologica 16(4):251-259.


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