Intersex frogs concentrated in suburban and urban landscapes.
Ecohealth. 2010 Sep; 7(3):374-9
Skelly DK, Bolden SR, Dion KB. Ecohealth. 2010 Sep; 7(3):374-9
If you care about water quality in your neighborhood then you need to read this paper, and think about what it means for our sewage treatment infrastructure, and in turn for freshwater fish and amphibians, as well as human health. Skelly and colleagues' field study of green frogs in the northeastern USA reports that one in four...
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