Study

Re-introduction of the Mallorcan midwife toad, Mallorca, Spain

  • Published source details Griffiths R.A., Garcia G. & Oliver J. (2008) Re-introduction of the Mallorcan midwife toad, Mallorca, Spain. Pages 54-57 in: Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2008. Re-introduction case-studies from around the globe. IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi.

Actions

This study is summarised as evidence for the following.

Action Category

Release captive-bred Mallorcan midwife toads

Action Link
Amphibian Conservation
  1. Release captive-bred Mallorcan midwife toads

    A replicated study in 1989–2001 in Mallorca (Griffiths, García & Oliver 2008) found that released captive-bred Mallorcan midwife toads Alytes muletensis established stable and in some cases increasing, breeding populations at all 18 release sites. Seventy-six captive-bred tadpoles were released at two sites in 1989. Toadlets and tadpoles were then released on an annual basis up to 1997 and less regularly until 2001. Toads were screened for disease before release. Tadpoles were counted annually at the 18 release sites.

     

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