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The Amphibian Foundation's Membership Drive! Amphibians (like the imperiled Gopher Frog) need our help, and we need your support to keep these vital conservation initiatives moving forward. Get #AmphibiousAF members.amphibianfoundation.org

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Support Conservation and join us for the Amphibian Foundation's Membership Drive! Amphibians (like this Lemur Leaf Frog) need our help, and we need your support to keep these vital conservation initiatives moving forward. Get #AmphibiousAF members.amphibianfoundation.org

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Yearling #Ambystoma maculatum (Spotted Salamander). Look at this little cute. These things exist in part to make us happy. Perhaps why they are always smiling. #AmphibiousAF

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The Amphibian Foundation's Membership Drive! Amphibians need our help, and we need your support to keep these vital conservation initiatives moving forward. Get #AmphibiousAF and join us — members.amphibianfoundation.org

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The Amphibian Foundation's Membership Drive is on! Join us in our fight against amphibian declines — Amphibians (like this Frosted Flatwoods Salamander) need our help, and we need your support to keep these vital conservation initiatives moving forward. Get #AmphibiousAF members.amphibianfoundation.org

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The Amphibian Foundation's Membership Drive is underway! Amphibians (like Gopher Frogs) need our help, and we need your support to keep these vital conservation initiatives moving forward. Get #AmphibiousAF members.amphibianfoundation.org

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The Amphibian Foundation's Membership Drive starts today! Amphibians need our help, and we need your support to keep these vital conservation initiatives moving forward. In this current 'climate' we are more reliant than ever on donations and memberships. Even though we are working hard to conserve federally listed species, our current administration has other ... priorities. There is no time to waste so please consider supporting the Foundation today. Any amount helps! Get #AmphibiousAF members.amphibianfoundation.org

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There are still openings in the first semester of The Biology of Amphibians. An 8-week deep dive into the biology of the slimy ones: caecilians, salamanders and frogs. Make no mistake: This will be awesome :) Well, I know I am looking forward to it. http://ift.tt/2Iqig0X

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Big Fat Lady Newt. Here is a gravid female Striped Newt moments before egg deposition. This particular female is from Florida, and part of our captive breeding efforts to repatriate the species with many other state and federal partners. All of our conservation initiatives are dependent on elaborate and passionate partnerships —

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#CriticallyEndangered Lemur Leaf Frog. These young adults are showing signs they are ready to start increasing the number of Lemur Leaf Frogs on the planet. This is great news for a species that is still declining in the wild. This group is from Costa Rica and was donated to the foundation by #RainforestJunkies

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One of our baby Amazon Milk Frogs, recently donated by JL Exotics. These are some of the cutest frogs in the world and will be a big hit @ #CritterCamp #CuteAF

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Amphibian Foundation Co-founder and #HERper, Crystal Mandica will be debuting the adult version of #CritterCamp tonight at the Amphibian Foundation: 'Critters and Cabernet' Reptiles and alcohol — What could go wrong? We hope to turn this into a monthly program for Atlanta nature, natural history and science enthusiasts

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#NewtLove We have been so fortunate to play a role in the Striped Newt Repatriation Effort and witness some incredible courting behaviors (successful and otherwise) - Including: the males 'wafting' pheromones - Metamorphic and Paedomorphic pairs breeding - egg deposition, development and hatching. We now have 4 clutches of imperiled Striped Newt eggs hatching and lots of TINY larvae to rear. That's #AmphibiousAF

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