Evergreen Robber Frog

Evergreen Robber Frog

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Credit: DANTE FENOLIO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: The Evergreen Robber Frog (Craugastor gollmeri) has suffered population declines across its range in Costa Rica and Panama. The declines have come in the wake of the amphibian communicable disease caused by chytrid fungus, chytridiomycosis. This species has been bred successfully in captivity but rearing the juveniles still poses challenges. This frog was photographed in 2008 in the Atlanta Botanical Garden's amphibian conservation laboratory.

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Keywords: amphibian decline, animal, anura, anuran, central american amphibian declines, chytrid fungus, chytridiomycosis, costa rican amphibian, craugastor, craugastor gollmeri, craugastoridae, eleutherodactylus, eleutherodactylus gollmeri, evergreen robber frog, fauna, frog, leptodactylidae, panama amphibian, robber frog

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