Amphibien - Amphibia
Amphibian Diseases Home Page
A website devoted to amphibian diseases, especially those associated with
population declines. Emphasis is on Australian amphibians, but the diseases
discussed have been found in populations around the world.
Amphibian Embryology Tutorial
This tutorial is part of an ongoing project designed to implement multimedia and
computer-based learning materials in the university undergraduate classroom. The
materials presented here are NOT designed to replace either hard work outside of
class wrestling with the dynamic nature of embryonic development, nor are they
meant as a substitute for "wet lab" experience using a real microscope and real
embryos. Instead, this tutorial is meant to supplement the presentation of
standard videotape, laser video, digitized video and animation sequences in the
traditional lecture period.
Guidelines for the breeding, care, and management of laboratory animals
A Report of the Subcommittee on Amphibian Standards, Committee on Standards,
Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, National Research Council.
An online system that allows
free access to information on amphibian biology and conservation.
AmphibiaWeb offers ready access to taxonomic information for every recognized
species of amphibian in the world. Species descriptions, life history
information, conservation status, literature references, photos and range maps
are available for many species.
Amphibien & Reptilien
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Herpetologie und Terrarienkunde
Hier finden Sie sämtliche Informationen über die Haltung und Nachzucht von
Amphibien und Reptilien.
Amphibienführer für Deutschland
NABU Niedersachsen. Friedo und Otto Berninghausen.
Informationen ueber Frösche, Kröten, Unken, Molche und Salamander in Deutschland
auf 250 Fotos.
Florida Museum of Natural History.
The Herpetology section of the Florida Museum of
Natural History Web site contains extensive educational information on
amphibians and reptiles. Some of these resources are local in coverage, such as
guides and databases of Florida herpetofauna, others, like the taxonomic
reference of crocodilian, tuatara and turtle world species are global. Many
online bibliographic databases and images are available. The site also includes
information on the Museum's herpetology collection and collection of type
specimens, its research programmes, staff and students.
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