Morphological reshaping in guttural toads in Mauritius in a short time

In 1922, the guttural toad (Sclerophrys gutturalis), a common amphibian in sub-Saharan Africa was introduced to the Republic of Mauritius in an attempt to control cane beetles. They were then moved to the neighbouring Reunion Island around 1927 as a biocontrol for malaria-causing mosquitoes. (Read More)


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