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   Litoria (Australasian Treefrogs) 
 
 
Latest Articles on Litoria caerulea (White, 1790) from uBioRSS
Defects in Host Immune Function in Tree Frogs with Chronic Chytridiomycosis... - PubMed: species
Modelling skin surface areas involved in water transfer in the Palmate Newt... - NRC Research Press: Canadian Journal of Zoology


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Common Names: White's Tree Frog, Australian green tree frog, green tree frog, Korallenfingerlaubfrosch



31.  First line of defence: the role of sloughing in the regulation of cutaneous microbes in frogs.LinkIT
Cramp RL, McPhee RK, Meyer EA, Ohmer ME, Franklin CE
Conservation physiology, 2014
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32.  First detection of circovirus-like sequences in amphibians and novel putative circoviruses in fishes.LinkIT
Tarján ZL, Pénzes JJ, Tóth RP, Benk? M
Acta veterinaria Hungarica, 2014
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33.  Comparative Cryo-SEM and AFM studies of hylid and rhacophorid tree frog toe pads.LinkIT
Barnes WJ, Baum M, Peisker H, Gorb SN
Journal of morphology, 2013
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34.  Non-invasive measurement of frog skin reflectivity in high spatial resolution using a dual hyperspectral approach.LinkIT
Pinto F, Mielewczik M, Liebisch F, Walter A, Greven H, Rascher U
PloS one, 2013
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35.  Host stress response is important for the pathogenesis of the deadly amphibian disease, Chytridiomycosis, in Litoria caerulea.LinkIT
Peterson JD, Steffen JE, Reinert LK, Cobine PA, Appel A, Rollins-Smith L, Mendonça MT
PloS one, 2013
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36.  Sticking like sticky tape: tree frogs use friction forces to enhance attachment on overhanging surfaces.LinkIT
Endlein T, Ji A, Samuel D, Yao N, Wang Z, Barnes WJ, Federle W, Kappl M, Dai Z
Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 2013
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37.  Hematologic and plasma biochemical reference intervals for health monitoring of wild Australian tree frogs.LinkIT
Young S, Warner J, Speare R, Berger L, Skerratt LF, Muller R
Veterinary clinical pathology, 2012
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38.  Self-cleaning in tree frog toe pads; a mechanism for recovering from contamination without the need for grooming.LinkIT
Crawford N, Endlein T, Barnes WJ
The Journal of experimental biology, 2012
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39.  Clinical trials with itraconazole as a treatment for chytrid fungal infections in amphibians.LinkIT
Brannelly LA, Richards-Zawacki CL, Pessier AP
Diseases of aquatic organisms, 2012
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40.  Germ tube mediated invasion of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in amphibian skin is host dependent.LinkIT
Van Rooij P, Martel A, D'Herde K, Brutyn M, Croubels S, Ducatelle R, Haesebrouck F, Pasmans F
PloS one, 2012
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