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International Zoo Yearbook 42: Amphibian Conservation

Series: International Zoo Yearbooks Volume: 42
By: Fiona A Fisken(Editor)
467 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
International Zoo Yearbook 42: Amphibian Conservation
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Please note that the ZSL has confirmed that due to the pandemic they have no access to their warehouse with stock. Supply is unlikely until the first quarter of 2021.

The first half of this volume concerns the current global extinction crisis for amphibians and the coordinated response of zoos and aquariums around the world. These zoological institutions – along with important partners in the governmental, museum, university, botanical garden and private sector – have the collective experience, capabilities, networks, facilities and other resources to tackle this crisis in a meaningful and systematic way.

As in previous volumes, the second half contains contributions on developments in the zoo world.


- Can zoos and aquariums ensure the survival of amphibians in the 21st century? / GORDON McGREGOR REID, KEVIN C. ZIPPEL   1–6

- Why amphibians are important / T. R. HALLIDAY   7–14
- Implementing the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan / R. D. MOORE, D. R. CHURCH   15–23
- Amphibian Ark and the 2008 Year of the Frog Campaign / L. PAVAJEAU, K. C. ZIPPEL, R. GIBSON, K. JOHNSON   24–29
- Management of disease as a threat to amphibian conservation / A. P. PESSIER   30–39
- Amphibian water quality: approaches to an essential environmental parameter / R. A. ODUM, K. C. ZIPPEL   40–52
- An automatic waste-water disinfection system for an amphibian captive-breeding and research facility / H. ROBERTSON, P. EDEN, G. GAIKHORST, P. MATSON, T. SLATTERY, S. VITALI   53–57
- Notes on behaviour and reproduction in captive Allobates kingsburyi (Anura: Dendrobatidae), with comments on evolution of reproductive amplexus / P. CASTILLO-TRENN, L. A. COLOMA   58–70
- Management and reproduction of the Colombian Magdalena River poison-dart frog Dendrobates truncatus at Cali Zoo / G. CORREDOR LONDOÑO, N. URIBE TOVAR   71–77
- Notes on behaviour, communication and reproduction in captive Hyloxalus toachi (Anura: Dendrobatidae), an Endangered Ecuadorian frog / A. QUIGUANGO-UBILLÚS, L. A. COLOMA   78–89
- Involving local communities in amphibian conservation: Taipei frog Rana taipehensis as an example / H.-C. LIN, L.-Y. CHENG, P.-C. CHEN, M.-H. CHANG   90–98
- Captive management and breeding of Romer's tree frog Chirixalus romeri / C. B. BANKS, M. W. N. LAU, D. DUDGEON   99–108
- How to lose a habitat in 5 years: trial and error in the conservation of the Farmland green tree frog Rhacophorus arvalis in Taiwan / J. C.-W. CHANG, H.-C. TANG, S.-L. CHEN, P.-C. CHEN   109–115
- Flying an amphibian flagship: conservation of the Axolotl Ambystoma mexicanum through nature tourism at Lake Xochimilco, Mexico / I. G. BRIDE, R. A. GRIFFITHS, A. MELÉNDEZ-HERRADA, J. E. MCKAY   116–124
- The principles of rapid response for amphibian conservation, using the programmes in Panama as an example / R. GAGLIARDO, P. CRUMP, E. GRIFFITH, J. MENDELSON, H. ROSS, K. ZIPPEL   125–135
- Afrotropical amphibians in zoos and aquariums: will they be on the ark? / S. LÖTTERS   136–142 (also see online corrigendum)
- South Asian amphibians: taxonomy, diversity and conservation status / S. MOLUR   143–157
- Conservation of threatened amphibians in Valle del Cauca, Colombia: a cooperative project between Cali Zoological Foundation, Colombia, and Zoo Zürich, Switzerland / S. C. FURRER, G. CORREDOR   158–164
- Collaboration for amphibian conservation: the establishment of the Johannesburg Zoo Amphibian Conservation Center in South Africa with assistance from Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, USA / S. D. VAN DER SPUY, J. KREBS   165–171

- Management and reproduction of the Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis Ouwens 1912 at ZSL London Zoo / G. SUNTER   172–182
- The processes for releasing a zoo-bred Sumatran orang-utan Pongo abelii at Bukit Tigapuluh National Park, Jambi, Sumatra / L. COCKS, K. BULLO   183–189
- The Iberian lynx Lynx pardinus Conservation Breeding Program / A. VARGAS, I. SÁNCHEZ, F. MARTÍNEZ, A. RIVAS, J. A. GODOY, E. ROLDÁN, M. A. SIMÓN, R. SERRA, MaJ. PÉREZ, C. ENSEÑAT, et al   190–198
- Effects of construction noise on behaviour of and exhibit use by Snow leopards Uncia uncia at Basel zoo / C. E. SULSER, B. L. STECK, B. BAUR   199–205
- A survey of current dental problems and treatments of zoo animals / S. E. GLATT, K. E. FRANCL, J. L. SCHEELS   206–213
- The captive audience: the educative influence of zoos on their visitors in India / A. MALLAPUR, N. WARAN, A. SINHA   214–224

- Zoos and Aquariums of the World   225–375
- Index to List of Zoos and Aquariums of the World   376–393
- Associations   394–432
- International Studbooks for Rare Species of Wild Animals in Captivity   433–454
- Author Index to Volume 42   455–456
- Subject Index to Volume 42   457–467

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Series: International Zoo Yearbooks Volume: 42
By: Fiona A Fisken(Editor)
467 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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