Conflicting data of population trends in amphibian species in the Global Amphibian Assessment

2013-01-21T02:09:45Z (GMT) by Luis J. Villanueva-Rivera
<p>18 August 2005</p> <p>Data derived from the Global Amphibian Assessment. (Stuart, S. N., J. S. Chanson, N. A. Cox, B. E. Young, A. S. L. Rodriguez, D. L. Fischman, and R. W. Waller. 2004. Status and trends of amphibian declines and extinctions worldwide. Science 306:1783-1786. DOI: 10.1126/science.1103538)</p> <p>Columns:</p> <p>Species<br>Order<br>Family<br>Red List Category<br>Red List Criteria<br>Rationale<br>Population Trend - Reported population trend<br>Population Trend Info - Additional information related to the 'Population Trend' field<br>Population Trend Evidence - Evidence given to justify the population trend given<br>Population Trend Conflict - Rows with a value of '1' have a conflict between the 'Population Trend' and the data given (for example: Acanthixalus spinosus was listed as 'Decreasing', but further information said 'This is a hard species to find, and so its abundance is unclear.')</p> <p>Note: Taxonomic names and classifications are as they were mid-2005. Please consult resources like the Amphibian Species of the World (research.amnh.org/vz/herpetology/amphibia/) for the current classification and history.</p> <p> </p> <p>For further information and context, see letter with DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.153793</p>