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Non-native species impacts on pond occupancy by an anuran

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Non-native species impacts on pond occupancy by an anuran; 2011; Article; Journal; The Journal of Wildlife Management; Adams, Michael J.; Pearl, Christopher A.; Galvan, Stephanie ; Mccreary, Brome

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Non-native fish and bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus; Rana catesbeiana) are frequently cited as factors contributing to the decline of ranid frogs in the western United States (Bradford 2005). This hypothesis is supported by studies showing competition with or predation by these introduced species (Kupferberg 1997, Kiesecker and Blaustein 1998, Lawler et al. 1999, Knapp et al. 2001) and studies suggesting a deficit of native frogs at sites occupied by bullfrogs or game fish (Hammerson 1982, Schwalbe and Rosen 1988, Fisher and Shaffer 1996, Adams 1999). Conversely, other studies failed to find a negative association between native ranids and bullfrogs and point out that presence of non-native species correlates with habitat alterations [...]

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