Mountain Yellow-legged Frog Conservation Strategy: Captive Rearing (Attachment 5)

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Mountain Yellow-legged Frog Conservation Strategy: Captive Rearing (Attachment 5)

This document is the fifth attachment part of the Interagency Conservation Strategy for Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs in the Sierra Nevada. This document describes the criteria for captive rearing and propagation of the frogs, as well as the interagency process for permitting salvage and/or translocation of the frogs.  

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Laura Patterson
Cathy Brown
Steven Detwiler
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