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Ministry of Environment

Resources and References

Pacific Tree Frog (Hyla regilla)

Government Web Sites:

CLIR (Cross-linked Information Resources – a document access portal)
BC Species and Ecosystems Explorer

Amphibian Field Guides and Natural History Books:

Corkran, Charlotte C. and Chris Thoms. 2006. Amphibians of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Lone Pine Publishing, Edmonton. 2nd Edition.
Green, D.M. ed. 1997. Amphibians in Decline: Canadian studies of a global problem. Herpetological Conservation 1. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.
Heyer, W.R., M.A. Donelly, R.W. McDairmid, L.C. Hayek, and M.S. Foster. 1994. Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Amphibians. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
Leonard, William P, H.A. Brown, L.L.C. Jones, K.R. McAllister, and R.M. Storm. 1993. Amphibians of Washington and Oregon. Seattle Audubon Society, The Trailside Series. Seattle, WA.
Matsuda, B.M., D.M. Green, and P.T. Gregory. 2006. Amphibians and Reptiles of British Columbia. Royal BC Museum Handbook. Victoria, BC
Nussbaum, Ronald A., E.D. Brodie, Jr, and R.M. Storm. 1983. Amphibians and Reptiles of the Pacific Northwest. University of Idaho Press, Moscow, Idaho.
Olson, D., W.P. Leonard, and R.B. Bury, eds. 1997. Sampling Amphibians in Lentic Habitats: Methods and Approaches for the Pacific Northwest. Northwest Fauna No. 4. Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology, Olympia, WA.
Phillips, Kathryn. 1994. Tracing the Vanishing Frogs. St. Martin's Press, New York.

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