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Photo of Even an unpaved, little-used road adjacent to secondary forest can impact amphibians and reptiles. Ross Maynard, Stephen F. Austin State University.
ID: 1085
Even Small Roads Can Have a Big Impact

Roads may be the single biggest driver of amphibian and reptile population declines and habitat loss in Neotropical rainforests.

Principal Investigator : Daniel Saenz

Wildlife and Fish2016SRS
Photo of A chorus frog threatened by invasive Chinese Tallow. Taylor Cotten, Forest Service
ID: 134
Invasive Chinese Tallow Reduces Hatching of Frog Eggs

Decomposing leaf litter reduces hatching of southern leopard frog eggs by lowering the pH and concentration of dissolved oxygen in the water

Principal Investigator : Daniel Saenz

Invasive Species
Wildlife and Fish
Photo of Spring peeper. USDA Forest Service
ID: 935
It’s the City Life for Me! Spring Peepers in Urban Areas have Lower Rates of Fungal Infection

The spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) is a small frog widespread throughout the eastern U.S. and Canada. A Forest Service study reports that ...

Principal Investigator : Daniel Saenz

Wildlife and Fish2015SRS