2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.actao.2013.06.001
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Oviposition-site selection by Phyllomedusa sauvagii (Anura: Hylidae): An arboreal nester inhabiting arid environments

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“…The use of this type of microhabitat as a calling site also occurs for other Phyllomedusa species. For instance, P. sauvagii, P. tetraploidea and P. bursmeisteri (Abrunhosa & Wogel, 2004;Dias et al, 2013;Garcia et al, 2013). However, the same does not occur for other congeners, such as P. iheringii e P. azurea, which vocalize in grasses and herbaceous above ground (Dias et al, 2014(Dias et al, , 2017.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The use of this type of microhabitat as a calling site also occurs for other Phyllomedusa species. For instance, P. sauvagii, P. tetraploidea and P. bursmeisteri (Abrunhosa & Wogel, 2004;Dias et al, 2013;Garcia et al, 2013). However, the same does not occur for other congeners, such as P. iheringii e P. azurea, which vocalize in grasses and herbaceous above ground (Dias et al, 2014(Dias et al, , 2017.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The offspring of frogs cannot move from the oviposition site until they obtain mobility through metamorphosis and, thus, the parental site choice strongly affects larval success (Rudolf and Rödel 2005;Pintar and Resetarits 2017). Several studies have shown that female frogs choose water bodies, based on multiple variables, including desiccation risk and ease of access by predators (Rudolf and Rödel 2005;Garcia et al 2013;Resetarits et al 2018). Most studies on this subject have shown oviposition site choice in one typical environment for a species.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Se ha determinado que la falta de vegetación arbórea puede tener un impacto negativo en las poblaciones (García et al, 2013) y concuerda con lo observado para P. sauvagii en este estudio. Vallejos y colaboradores (2015) señalan que existe una marcada transformación de los hábitats originales del Chaco a tierra de cultivos y pasturas, originando una disrupción de la continuidad original de la vegetación.…”
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