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Amphibian Biology, Volume 11, Part 2 Status of Conservation and Decline of Amphibians: Eastern Hemisphere: Northern Africa

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Series: Amphibian Biology Volume: 11/2
By: Stephen D Busack(Editor), Harold Heatwole(Editor)
124 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps, b/w maps, tables
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This year's volume of Basic & Applied Herpetology is dedicated entirely to publication of Part 2 of volume 11 of the book series Amphibian Biology. In 2013, the editors of this part, Stephen Busack and Harold Heatwole, posed to the editorial board of Basic & Applied Herpetology the challenge of publishing the Status of Conservation and Decline of Amphibians in North Africa. After a long process of editing and revision the editorial board are happy to present this treatise, organized in an introduction and six chapters, each chapter dedicated to a single North African country, including Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt, and written by some of the most relevant researchers in these countries.

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Editorial (p. 5)

Chapter 23. Introduction (pp. 7-10)
Harold Heatwole, Stephen D. Busack

Chapter 24. Amphibian conservation in Mauritania (pp. 11-22)
José Manuel Padial, Pierre-André Crochet, Philippe Geniez, José Carlos Brito
 
Chapter 25. Amphibians of Morocco, including Western Sahara: a status report (pp. 23-50)
Ricardo Reques, Juan M. Pleguezuelos, Stephen D. Busack, Philip de Pous
 
Chapter 26. Diversity and conservation of Algerian amphibian assemblages (pp. 51-83)
José Mateo, Philippe Geniez, Jim Pether

Chapter 27. Conservation status of amphibians in Tunisia (pp. 85-100)
Nabil Amor, Mohsen Kalboussi, Khaled Said

Chapter 28. Amphibians in Libya: a status report (pp. 101-106)
Adel A. Ibrahim

Chapter 29. Amphibians of Egypt: a troubled source (pp. 107-117)
Adel A. Ibrahim

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Journal / Magazine
Series: Amphibian Biology Volume: 11/2
By: Stephen D Busack(Editor), Harold Heatwole(Editor)
124 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps, b/w maps, tables
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