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Grenouille à pattes rouges (Rana aurora)

Remerciements

Laura Friis a fourni les sommaires des documents sur les emplacements, ce qui a grandement facilité la préparation du présent rapport. Laura Friis, Kathy Paige et Kari Nelson ont patiemment répondu à toutes nos questions. Nous remercions Ann Chan-McLeod, Elke Wind, Purnima Govindarajulu, Ted Davis, Barb Beasley et Rob Rithaler, qui ont généreusement offert des documents, des résultats de travaux en cours et des données inédites. Kelly McAllister et Rick Nauman nous ont fourni des ébauches de leurs cartes de répartition, qui nous ont aidé à préparer la figure 2. Kelly Sendall nous a donné accès aux spécimens du Royal British Columbia Museum. Michèle Steigerwald a fourni des renseignements sur les spécimens du Musée canadien de la nature, que Francis Cook a gentiment accepté d’inspecter sur place. D. Fraser, P. Gregory, D. Rivard et D. Green ont commenté une version préliminaire du présent rapport.

La rédaction du présent rapport de situation a été financée par le Service canadien de la faune, Environnement Canada.


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