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Rosen, P.C., C.R. Schwalbe, D.A. Parizek, Jr., P.A. Holm, and C.H. Lowe. 1995. Introduced aquatic vertebrates in the Chiricahua region: effects on declining native ranid frogs. Pages 251-261 in DeBano, L.H., P.H. Folliott, A. Ortega-Rubio, G.J. Gottfried, R.H. Hamre, and C.B. Edminster, eds. Biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago: the sky islands of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Fort Collins, CO.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 12116
Type: Conference Proceedings
Author: Rosen, P.C., C.R. Schwalbe, D.A. Parizek, Jr., P.A. Holm, and C.H. Lowe.
Date (year): 1995
Book Title: Biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago: the sky islands of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico
Editor: DeBano, L.H., P.H. Folliott, A. Ortega-Rubio, G.J. Gottfried, R.H. Hamre, and C.B. Edminster.
Edition:
Title:Introduced aquatic vertebrates in the Chiricahua region: effects on declining native ranid frogs.
Publisher:US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
Publisher Location:Fort Collins, CO
Volume:
Pages: 251-261
URL:
Keywords: amphibian, Arizona, Rana, Ambystoma
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ambystoma tigrinum

    AZ - Whitewater Draw
    AZ - Willcox Playa
    AZ - Bowie area
    AZ - Portal area
    AZ - Apache area
    AZ - head of Tex Canyon
    AZ - Leslie Creek
    AZ - Big Bend Creek

Lithobates catesbeianus

    AZ - lower West Turkey Creek
    AZ - San Simon Cienega (Creek)
    AZ - Sunsites pond
    AZ - near US Route 80 and Tex Canyon Road
    AZ - near Portal, Arizona and Rodeo, New Mexico
    AZ - Whitewater Draw
    AZ - San Simon Creek, the Fan region
    AZ - San Bernardino Ranch - Black Draw and Hay Hollow Wash just north of the Mexican border


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