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    Tadpoles of Africa - The Biology and Identification of all known Tadpoles in sub-Saharan Africa

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    AuthorsAlan Channing, Mark-Oliver Rödel & Jenny Channing
    ISBN9783899734485
    PublisherEdition Chimaira
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages404
    FormatHardcover
    Images   Colour images and line drawings
    Year published  2012

    Tadpoles are recognized as the larval forms of frogs in most parts of Africa. Despite this, they are rarely associated with the correct adults. Tadpoles are not well known, and one of the aims of Tadpoles of Africa is to demonstrate how interesting their morphology and ecology is, as well as to provide some assistance with identification. Tadpoles are fairly common, and it is often easier to find tadpoles than the adult frogs, which makes them useful from a monitoring and conservation point of view. Although we deal with the tadpoles of sub-Saharan Africa, important literature that explains important features or functions, based on tadpoles from other countries, has been consulted.

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