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Desmognathus conanti, Spotted Dusky Salamander. Dekalb County. MAAMP survey last night

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Cruziohyla craspedopus, Fringed Leaf Frogs in amplexus in the frog lab

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Turtle day at summer camp was fun!

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Anotheca spinosa, The Crowned Treefrog, today in the frogPOD

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Our amphibian program featured on the Manchester Museum's 'frog blog'

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Andrew Gray, from the Manchester Museum visited a few weeks ago. Andrew's amphibian conservation collection at the museum features one of the most interesting groups of frogs there is — the Phyllomedusines (Leaf and Monkey Frogs). His program was featured on Sir David Attenborough's most recent (and excellent) frog documentary 'Fantastic Frogs'. Be sure to check it out when you can.

Andrew highlighted his visit on the Manchester Museum's 'frog blog' including some pictures below. Here is a link to the article:
http://frogblogmanchester.com/2014/07/06/15364/

Emydura subglubosa, Pink bellied Side-neck Turtle from the Orchid Center

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Preparing an Anotheca spinosa skeleton for dermestid beetle larvae processing.

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Ranitomeya imitator, the Mimic Poison Frog ... enjoying the new Jewel Orchid and Selaginella in the Amazon exhibit. Courtesy of theorchidcolumn

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Anotheca spinosa, The Crowned Treefrog from Panama just coming out of the water

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Plethodon glutinosus, Slimy salamander. Metro Atlanta Amphibian Surveys. MAAMP

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Cruziohyla calcarifer, the Splendid Leaf Frog in the Amphibian Breeding and Research Lab today

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