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oa Quest - Hopping invaders - : feature

Volume 11, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1729-830X

 

Abstract

Many of us share our environment with a number of wild animals, and among the vertebrates, the amphibians (Class: Amphibia) may be the most numerous. In South Africa, amphibians are only represented by frogs (Order: Anura), but worldwide there are two other groups, the tailed salamanders (Order: Caudata), and the limbless caecilians (Order: Gymnophiona). Together, there are more than 7 300 species, with the frogs making up 88%.

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2015-06-01
2020-04-05

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