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Schwalbe, C.R., and P.C. Rosen. 1988. Preliminary report on effects of bullfrogs on wetland herptofauna in southeastern Arizona. In: R.C. Szaro, K.E. Severson, and D.R. Patton (editors), Management of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Small Mammals in North America. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-166, Fort Collins, CO.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 12145
Type: Report
Author: Schwalbe, C.R., and P.C. Rosen.
Date (year): 1988
Report TitlePreliminary report on effects of bullfrogs on wetland herptofauna in southeastern Arizona. In: R.C. Szaro, K.E. Severson, and D.R. Patton (editors), Management of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Small Mammals in North America.
Publisher:USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-166, Fort Collins, CO.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 166-173
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Keywords: amphibian, Arizona, Rana
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Lithobates catesbeianus

    AZ - San Pedro River
    AZ - San Pedro River, gravel pit
    AZ - Parker Canyon Lake in the Huachuca Mountains
    AZ - Sharp Spring
    AZ - Cienega Creek
    AZ - Santa Cruz River at Potrero Canyon, marsh and cienega
    AZ - Sonoita Creek, marsh and cienega
    AZ - San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge North Pond
    AZ - San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge North Pond
    AZ - San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge North Pond
    AZ - San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge North Pond
    AZ - Twin Pond, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
    AZ - Tule Tank, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
    AZ - House Pond, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
    AZ - Black Draw, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
    AZ - Tule Tank, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
    AZ - House Pond, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
    AZ - Black Draw, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge


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