Observations of a Remnant Population of the Critically Endangered Hylid Frog Isthmohyla rivularis on the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve, Costa Rica

June 2014
Herpetological Review;2014, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p205
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the research related to the declination of the hylid frog Isthmohyla rivularis in the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve, Costa Rica. Topics discussed include risk of extinction in amphibians in Costa Rica; description on the breeding ecology of the species; and improvisation in the conservation efforts for endangered species.


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