Unique species in the animal kingdom is no more
Evolutionary unique of Amphibia, East Australian Brooding frog is no more.
Assuming the IUCN Redlist database with data from Eungella National Park and all the zoologists of ASG, where the lack of the Stomach Breeding Frogs during 25 years of research came hard. The two species of frogs of the genus Rheobatrachidae can be considered very unique because of the extraordinary development of the larvae to fully metamorphosed young frogs, that what appears to be the development of the highly endangered family bekbroeders (Rhinodermatidae) from Chile.
The bekbroeders take the eggs in a throat pouch which they develop.
The genus belongs to the family Pelobates Pelobatidae Bonaparte, 1850, to the superfamily Pelobatoidea an ancient group of morphologically primitive frogs that have underlying relationships with the remaining clades of Anura, although recent research has confirmed their close relationship with the Neobatrachia. The Pelobatoidea consists of four families:. Pelobatidae, Pelodytidae Bonaparte, 1850, Scaphiopodidae, 1865 Cope, and Megophryidae Bonaparte, 1850 Pelobatidae family (or Old World spadefoot) is a genus of four species distributed across Europe, Morocco and West Asia (Pelobates cultripes Cuvier, 1829, p fuscus Laurenti, 1768, p syriacus Boettger, 1889, and P. varaldii Pasteur and Bons, 1959).
The Yellow-bellied Toad (Bombina variegata) also called Unke (local) has become an extremely rare amphibian. In our Benelux region is probably the rarest species of the entire region. 10 years ago it was discovered that the species is severely deteriorated due to desiccation and eutrophication of its habitat. They are the first victims of extensive farming with pesticides not only important wasps, bees, butterflies and longhorn beetle were killed. The spectacular toad unfortunately was the next victim.
The Frog-Log is a publication of the ASG / IUCN's largest nature conservation institution in the world, falling right unther the UNOPS and UNEP, where the soldiers come if there really shit hits the fan, so does of course effectively to environmental influences and quality looked before the IUCN some specialist groups created IUCN Cetacean, group, IUCN Shrew SP group and the Amphibian Specialist group among others. These agencies watching world behind the scenes of Political and provincial policy makers and then give advice or take action if the field warn people that a species or population of more than tough European and International Protected Amphibians is compromised.