Atlas des amphibiens du canton de Vaud

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ID Serval
serval:BIB_3C2E3BD7F67F
Type
Article: article d'un périodique ou d'un magazine.
Collection
Publications
Institution
Titre
Atlas des amphibiens du canton de Vaud
Périodique
Bulletin de la Société Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles
Auteur(s)
Pellet Jérôme, Burri Antoine, Chevalier Matthieu, Coullery Nicoline, Dani Lauriane, Dubey Sylvain, Dulex Nicolas, Evequoz Noémie, Fivat Jean-Marc, Golay Joaquim, Longchamp Ludovic, Maibach Alain, Megali Audrey, Morard Eric, Reymond Alain, Schuerch Johan, Sonnay Vincent, Tanner Marion, Zanini Flavio, Bohnenstengel Thierry, Naceur Najla
ISSN
0037-9603
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
2021
Volume
100
Pages
189-230
Langue
français
Résumé
Amphibians constitute one of the most threatened taxa in Switzerland. Half of them are on
the verge of extinction, as their reproduction is dependent on aquatic environments that have
been battered for more than a century. To counter this negative dynamic, conservation measures
must be informed by a clear diagnosis of the distribution of the species, the location of the
issues at stake and conservation measures to reverse the general trend. Following an intensive
field survey campaign carried out in 2020 at 325 amphibian breeding sites, it became clear that a
new assessment was needed, 45 years after the previous cantonal inventory. The past and current
distribution of the 14 species of amphibians in the canton are presented, as well as the aspects of
their ecology that are crucial for their conservation. Recommendations are made on a territorial
basis in order to target the implementation of measures where they are most likely to have an
impact.
Mots-clé
Amphibians, chytridiomycosis, conservation, distribution, frog, newt, Red List, salamander, toad.
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11/11/2021 9:55
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07/01/2022 6:33
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