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AMPHIBIANS

Bertonatti, C. 1994. Lista Propuesta de Anfipbios y Reptiles Amenazados de Extincion. Cuadernos de Herpetologia. 8(1): 164-171.

Brewer, D. J. 1985. Herpetofaunas in the Late Pleistocene: extinctions and extralimital forms. In Mead, J.I. and Meltzer, D.J. (eds). Environments and Extinctions: Man in Late Glacial North America, pp. 3-52. Center for the Study of Early Man. Orono, Maine.

Gressler, S. 1996. What's going on with our frogs? Stapfia 47(20): 133-144.

Heyer, W. R., A. S. Rand, et al. 1988. Decimations, extinctions, and colonizations of frog populations in southeast Brazil and their evolutionary implications. Biotropica 20(3): 230-235.

Honegger, R. E. 1981. List of amphibians and reptiles either known or thought to have become extinct since 1600. Biological Conservation. 19(2): 141-158.

Kuzmin, S. I. 1995. Amphibian declines and the problem of extinction of taxa. Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii 115(2): 141-155.

Moodie, K. B. and T. R. van Devender. 1979. Extinction and extirpation in the herpetofauna of the southern High Plains with emphasis on Geochelone wilsoni (Testudinidae). Herpetologica 35(3): 198-206.

Owadally, A. W. and M. Lambert. 1988. Herpetology in Mauritius. A history of extinction, future hope for conservation. British Herpetological Society Bulletin 23:11-20.

Towns, D. R. and C. H. Daugherty. 1994. Patterns of range contractions and extinctions in New Zealand herpetofauna following human colonisation. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 21(4): 325-339.

Viader Staub, M. 1998. The extinction of reptiles and amphibians. Reptilia 1: 66-70.

White, A. W. 1995. Disappearing frogs. Australian Zoologist 30(1): 48-56.

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