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Population declines of the native frog, Rana muscosa, in Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, California
Acidic deposition as an unlikely cause for amphibian population declines in the Sierra Nevada, California
Final Critical Habitat for the Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog (Rana Muscosa) within Jurisdiction of the Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife Office (CFWO)
These data identify, in general, the areas where final critical habitat for the Mountain Yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa) occur.
Effects of low pH and aluminum on two declining species of amphibians in the Sierra Nevada, California.
These data are an extraction of Sierra Madre Yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa) from theÂ California Wildlife Habitat Relationship (CWHR)Â system dataset.The following information describes, and should always accompany, the California Department of Fish and Game's California Wildlife Habitat Relationship System (CWHR) species distribution data.The data is organized into four folders according to the four major taxonomic groups in CWHR: amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Â Each species is represented by a single shapefile and is named according to its 4 digit alpha-numeric CWHR ID code. Â The file lookup.xls contains a record for each species including its CWHR ID, scientific name, common name, and Â range map...
Isolation of remaining populations of the native frog, Rana muscosa, by introduced fishes in Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, California
Non-native Fish Introductions and the Decline of the Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog from Within Protected Areas