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  • Icon of Anfibios en el Salón de Clases o en la Casa Anfibios en el Salón de Clases o en la Casa (4 files)
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  • Icon of Plantillas de Documento Plantillas de Documento (11 files)
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  • Icon of Recintos Recintos (6 files)
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  • Icon of Alimentación y Nutrición Alimentación y Nutrición (22 files)
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  • Icon of Documentos de Manejo General Documentos de Manejo General (9 files)
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  • Icon of Salud Salud (51 files)
    • Icon of Bioseguridad y Cuarentena Bioseguridad y Cuarentena (15 files)
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    • Icon of Enfermedades Enfermedades (11 files)
      • Icon of 5-minute Guide to Amphibian Disease 5-minute Guide to Amphibian Disease (348.7 KB)
        The amphibian patient is often presented late in the disease process, and the presenting signs are commonly limited to anorexia, weight loss and/or fluid retention. A review of the husbandry and feeding history should be part of any workup. Diagnostic information may be obtained in a manner similar to that used with other vertebrates, although the small size of many patients limits the quantity and usefulness of diagnostic samples.
        Autor:Mads Bertelsen and Graham Crawshaw, Toronto Zoo
        Version:EXOTIC DVM VOL 5.2 MAY 2003
        Language:English

      • Icon of American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Infectious Disease Committee Manual - Chytridiomycosis American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Infectious Disease Committee Manual - Chytridiomycosis (104.7 KB)

        Fact sheet on the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of chytridiomycosis.

        Autor:Cynthia Stadler
        Version:May 2013
        Language:English

      • Icon of American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Infectious Disease Committee Manual - Ranavirus American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Infectious Disease Committee Manual - Ranavirus (190.2 KB)

        Fact sheet on the diagnosis, prevention and control of ranavirus in amphibians.

        Autor:Ann E. Duncan
        Version:August 2013
        Language:English

      • Icon of De-worming amphibians De-worming amphibians (8.8 KB)
        Autor:Will Brown and Renee Lizotte
        Language:English

      • Icon of Disease Treatment and Control Disease Treatment and Control (325.5 KB)
        Among the most important infectious disease issues identified in amphibian survival assurance populations are chytridiomycosis, Ranavirus infection, and infection with the rhabditiform nematodes Rhabdias and Strongyloides. The goals of the medical treatment and other disease control measures described in this chapter are to:
        - Mitigate the effects of infectious diseases
        - reduce the risk that captive amphibian populations could serve as sources of population limiting infectious diseases
        - Identify methods that can be used to create specific pathogen free amphibian populations.
        Autor:Eric Baitchman
        Language:English

      • Icon of Diseases of Amphibians Diseases of Amphibians (312.2 KB)
        The development and refinement of amphibian medicine comprise an ongoing science that reflects the unique life history of these animals and our growing knowledge of amphibian diseases. Amphibians are notoriously fastidious in terms of captive care requirements, and the majority of diseases of amphibians maintained in captivity will relate directly or indirectly to husbandry and management.
        Autor:Christine L. Densmore and David Earl Green
        Version:ILAR Journal, Volume 48, Number 3 2007
        Language:English

      • Icon of Field Guide to Malformations of Frogs and Toads Field Guide to Malformations of Frogs and Toads (743.9 KB)
        In 1995, students found numerous malformed frogs on a field trip to a Minnesota pond. Since that time, reports of malformed frogs have increased dramatically. Malformed frogs have now been reported in 44 states in 38 species of frogs, and 19 species of toads. Estimates as high as 60% of the newly metamorphosed frog populations have had malformations at some ponds (NARCAM, ’99).
        Autor:Carol U. Meteyer, USGS National Wildlife Health Center
        Version:U.S. Geological Survey, 2000
        Language:English

      • Icon of Hypovitiminosis A in a Captive Collection of Amphibians Hypovitiminosis A in a Captive Collection of Amphibians (17.6 KB)
        Hypovitiminosis A is a disease of malnutrition or dysnutrition. There have been references to this disease for thousands of years and the ancient Egyptians treated xerophthalmia (night blindness) with liver from cattle or poultry that is rich in vitamin A. Today hypovitaminosis A is routinely diagnosed in humans, domestic livestock, and recently with more regularity in captive amphibian species.
        Autor:Gregory J. Fleming, and Eduardo V. Valdes, Disney’s Animal Programs
        Language:English

      • Icon of Manual For Control of Infectious Diseases in Amphibian Survival Assurance Colonies and Reintroduction Programs Manual For Control of Infectious Diseases in Amphibian Survival Assurance Colonies and Reintroduction Programs (6.1 MB)

        The major contributing factor of the most drastic amphibian population declines is the disease chytridiomycosis caused by the chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. This fungus, disseminated worldwide by anthropogenic means, can reduce amphibian biodiversity at new locations in alarmingly short periods of time. Thus, understanding and controlling infectious diseases such as chytridiomycosis have become a major focus of both in situ and ex situ amphibian conservation efforts worldwide. Proceedings from a workshop held 16-18 February 2009, Zoological Society of San Diego. Updated March 2017.

        Autor:Pessier, A.P. and J.R. Mendelson (eds.)
        Version:CBSG March 2017
        Language:English

      • Icon of Salamanders as Injurious Wildlife - What It Means for Salamander Owners and Scientists Salamanders as Injurious Wildlife - What It Means for Salamander Owners and Scientists (176.8 KB)
        On January 13, 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed 201 species of salamander as injurious wildlife under the Lacey Act. The purpose of this listing is to protect native salamander populations from Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal); a fungus that is lethal to many salamander species. This factsheet was developed to answer questions about the rule and ensure a basic understanding about what the rule means for salamander owners and scientists.
        Autor:U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
        Version:2016
        Language:English

      • Icon of Treatment of Hypocalcemia (tetany) Treatment of Hypocalcemia (tetany) (9.7 KB)
        Autor:Eric Baitchman
        Version:EVACC Veterinary Protocols, September 2008
        Language:English

    • Icon of Medicamentos y Tratamientos Medicamentos y Tratamientos (6 files)
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    • Icon of Gráficos de Anatomía de Ranas Gráficos de Anatomía de Ranas (3 files)
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    • Icon of Hematología Hematología (3 files)
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    • Icon of Medicina Medicina (4 files)
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    • Icon of Protocolos Protocolos (9 files)
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  • Icon of Luz y UV Luz y UV (10 files)
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  • Icon of Planes Nacionales de Acción contra los Anfibios Planes Nacionales de Acción contra los Anfibios (11 files)
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  • Icon of Manejo de Poblaciones Manejo de Poblaciones (7 files)
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  • Icon of Desarrollo de Programas Desarrollo de Programas (9 files)
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  • Icon of Crianza Crianza (3 files)
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  • Icon of Reintroducción Reintroducción (3 files)
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  • Icon of Reproducción Reproducción (4 files)
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  • Icon of Manejo Específico de Taxón Manejo Específico de Taxón (33 files)
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  • Icon of Planes de Manejo Específicos de Taxón Planes de Manejo Específicos de Taxón (17 files)
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  • Icon of Agua y Calidad de Agua Agua y Calidad de Agua (6 files)
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  • Icon of Presentaciones de Talleres Presentaciones de Talleres (18 files)
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