The biology of species of the genus Pseudophryne (Anura: Leptodactylidae)
Most of the recent studies on Australian amphibia have been on species occurring in south-western Australia. These studies include work on speciation within various genera, principally Crinia (Main, 1957; Main et al., 1958; Littlejohn, 1959), the behavioural and physiological adaptations of desert-inhabiting species (Bentley et al., 1958; Main et al., 1959; Main and Bentley, 1964; Packer, 1963) and general biology (Calaby, 1956, 1960; Main, 1965; Main and Calaby, 1957). In contrast,...[Show more]
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