Animals with biphasic lifecycles often inhabit different visual environments across ontogeny. Many frogs and toads (Amphibia: Anura) have free-living aquatic larvae (tadpoles)...
|Samuel J. Shrimpton, Jeffrey W. Streicher, David J. Gower, Kate N. Thomas||Research||Creative Commons Attribution|
Narrow-mouthed frogs (Anura: Microhylidae) are globally distributed and molecular data suggest the rapid evolution of multiple subfamilies shortly after their origin. Despite...
|Jeffrey W. Streicher, Simon P. Loader, Andrea Varela-Jaramillo, Paola Montoya, Rafael O. de Sá||Research||Creative Commons Attribution|