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PUBLICATIONS LIST<br />

Richard A. <strong>Griffiths</strong><br />

Books<br />

Beebee, T.J.C. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2000). Amphibians and Reptiles. A Natural History<br />

<strong>of</strong> the British Herpet<strong>of</strong>auna. Harper Collins New Naturalist. London. 270 pp.<br />

ISBN 000 220083 X.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1996). Newts and Salamanders <strong>of</strong> Europe. T. & A.D.<br />

Poyser/Academic Press. London and San Diego xii + 188pp. ISBN 0-12-<br />

303955-X.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1987). How to Begin the Study <strong>of</strong> Amphibians. Richmond Publishing<br />

Company, Surrey. 32 pp. ISBN 0-85546-232-9.<br />

Journal articles<br />

Carpenter, A., Andreone, F., Moore, R. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (in press). A review <strong>of</strong> the<br />

global trade in amphibians: the types <strong>of</strong> trade, levels and dynamics in CITES<br />

listed species. Oryx.<br />

Sutherland, W.J., Mitchell, R., Walsh, J.,Amano, T., Ausden, M., Beebee, T.J.C.,<br />

Bullock, D., Daniels, M., Deutsch, J., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Prior, S.V., Whitten, T.<br />

Dicks, L.V. (2013). Conservation practice could benefit from routine testing<br />

and publication <strong>of</strong> management outcomes. Conservation Evidence 10, 1-3<br />

Sewell, D., Guillera-Arroita, G., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Beebee, T.J.C. (2012). When is a<br />

species declining? Optimizing survey effort to detect population changes in<br />

reptiles. PloS One 7(8), e43387.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Dos Santos, M. (2012). Trends in conservation biology: Progress or<br />

procrastination in a new millennium? Biological Conservation 153, 153-158.<br />

Taylor, M.L.Bunbury, N., Chong-Seng, L., Doak, N., Kundu, S., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. &<br />

Groombridge, J. (2012). Evidence for evolutionary distinctiveness <strong>of</strong> a newly<br />

discovered population <strong>of</strong> sooglossid frogs on Praslin Island, Seychelles.<br />

Conservation Genetics 13, 557-566.<br />

Shoo, L.P., Olson, D.H., McMenamin, S.K., Murray, K.A., Van Sluys, M., Donnelly,<br />

M.A., Stratford, D., Terhivuo, J., Merino-Viteri, A., Herbert, S.M., Bishop,<br />

P.J., Corn, P.S., Dovey, L., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Lowe, K., Mahony, M.,<br />

McCallum, H., Shuker, J.D., Simpkins, C., Skerratt, L.F., Williams, S.E., &<br />

Hero, J.-M. (2011). Engineering a future for amphibians under climate change.<br />

Journal <strong>of</strong> Applied Ecology 48, 487-482.<br />

Di Minin, E. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2011). Viability analysis <strong>of</strong> a threatened amphibian<br />

population: modelling the past, present and future. Ecography 34, 162-169.<br />

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Tapley, B., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Bride, I. (2011). Dynamics <strong>of</strong> the trade in reptiles and<br />

amphibians within the United Kingdom over a ten-year period. Herpetological<br />

Journal 21, 27-34.<br />

Sewell, D., Beebee, T.J.C. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2010). Optimising the efficiency <strong>of</strong><br />

biodiversity assessments by volunteers: the application <strong>of</strong> occupancy<br />

modelling to large-scale amphibian surveys. Biological Conservation 143:<br />

2102-2110.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Sewell, D. & McRea, R. (2010). Dynamics <strong>of</strong> a declining amphibian<br />

metapopulation: survival, dispersal and the impact <strong>of</strong> climate. Biological<br />

Conservation 143, 485-491.<br />

Sewell, D.L. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>. R.A. (2009). Can a single amphibian species be a good<br />

biodiversity indicator? Diversity 1, 102-117.<br />

Wood, L.R., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Schley, L. (2009). Amphibian chytridiomycosis in<br />

Luxembourg. Bulletin de la Société des Naturalistes Luxembourgeois 110,<br />

109-114.<br />

Walker, S.F., Bosch, J., James, T.Y., Litvintseva, A.P., Oliver Valls, J.A., Piña, S.,<br />

García, G., Rosa, G.A., Cunningham, A.A., Hole, S., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Fisher,<br />

M.C. (2008). Invasive pathogens threaten species recovery programmes.<br />

Current Biology 18, 853-854.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Pavajeau, L. (2008). Captive breeding, reintroduction, and the<br />

conservation <strong>of</strong> amphibians. Conservation Biology 22, 852-861.<br />

Wood, L., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Groh, K., Engel, E. & Schley, L. (2008). Interactions<br />

between freshwater mussels and newts: a novel form <strong>of</strong> parasitism? Amphibia-<br />

Reptilia 29, 457-462.<br />

Gregory, P.T., Isaac, L.A. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2007). Death feigning by grass snakes<br />

(Natrix natrix) in response to human ‘predators’. Journal <strong>of</strong> Comparative<br />

Psychology 121, 123-129.<br />

Wilkinson, J.W., Beebee, T.J.C. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2007). Conservation genetics <strong>of</strong> an<br />

island toad: Bufo bufo in Jersey. Herpetological Journal 17, 192-198.<br />

Woodhead, C., Vences, M., Veites, D.R., Gamboni, I., Fisher, B.L. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A.<br />

(2007). Specialist or generalist? Feeding ecology <strong>of</strong> the Malagasy poison frog<br />

Mantella aurantiaca. Herpetological Journal 17, 225-236.<br />

Guicking, D., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Moore, R.D., Joger, U. & Wink, M. (2006). Introduced<br />

alien or persecuted native? Resolving the origin <strong>of</strong> the viperine snake (Natrix<br />

maura) on Mallorca. Biodiversity and Conservation 15, 3045-3054.<br />

Mendelson, J.R. III, Lips, K.R., Gagliardo, R.W., Rabb, G.B., Collins, J.P.,<br />

Diffendorfer, J.E., Daszak, P., Ibáñez, D.R., Zippel, K.C., Lawson, D.P.,<br />

Wright, K.M., Stuart, S.N., Gascon, C., da Silva, H.R., Burrowes, P.A., Joglar,<br />

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R.L., La Marca, E., Lötters, S., du Preez, L.H., Weldon, C., Hyatt, A.,<br />

Rodriguez-Mahecha, J.V., Hunt, S., Robertson, H., Lock, B., Raxworthy, C.J.,<br />

Frost, D.R., Lacy, R.C., Alford, R.A., Campbell, J.A., Parra-Olea, G.,<br />

Bolaños, F., Domingo, J.J., Halliday, T., Murphy, J.B., Wake, M.H., Coloma,<br />

L.A., Kuzmin, S.L., Price, M.S., Howell K.M., Lau, M., Pethiyagoda, R.,<br />

Boone, M., Lannoo, M.J., Blaustein, A.R., Dobson, A., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A.,<br />

Crump, M.L., Wake, D.B., Brodie, E.D. Jr. (2006). Confronting amphibian<br />

declines and extinctions. Science 313, 48.<br />

Kraaijeveld-Smit, F.J., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Moore, R.D. & Beebee, T.J.C. (2006). Captive<br />

breeding and the fitness <strong>of</strong> reintroduced species: a test <strong>of</strong> the responses to<br />

predators in a threatened amphibian. Journal <strong>of</strong> Applied Ecology 43, 360-365.<br />

Krishnamurthy, S.V., Meenakumari, D., Gurushankara,H.P. <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2006).<br />

Effects <strong>of</strong> nitrate on feeding and resting <strong>of</strong> tadpoles <strong>of</strong> Nyctibatrachus major<br />

(Anura: Ranidae). Australasian Journal <strong>of</strong> Ecotoxicology 12, 123-127<br />

Kraaijeveld-Smit, F.J., Beebee, T.J.C., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Moore, R.D. & Schley, L.<br />

(2005). Low gene flow but high genetic diversity in the threatened Mallorcan<br />

midwife toad Alytes muletensis. Molecular Ecology 14, 3307-3315.<br />

Edgar, P.W, <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Foster, J.P. (2005). Evaluation <strong>of</strong> translocation as a tool<br />

for mitigating development threats to great crested newts (Triturus cristatus)<br />

in England, 1990-2001. Biological Conservation 122, 45-52.<br />

Beebee, T.J.C. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2005). The amphibian decline crisis: a watershed for<br />

conservation biology? Biological Conservation 125, 271-285.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2004). Mismatches between conservation science and practice. Trends<br />

in Ecology and Evolution 19, 564-565.<br />

Moore, R.D., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., O'Brien, C.M., Murphy, A. & Jay, D. (2004). Induced<br />

defences in an endangered amphibian in response to an introduced snake<br />

predator. Oecologia 141, 139-147.<br />

Moore, R.D., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Román, A. (2004). Distribution <strong>of</strong> the Mallorcan<br />

midwife toad (Alytes muletensis) in relation to landscape topography and<br />

introduced predators. Biological Conservation 116, 327-332.<br />

Kraaijeveld-Smit, F.J., Rowe, G., Beebee, T.J.C. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2003).<br />

Microsatellite markers for the Mallorcan midwife toad Alytes muletensis.<br />

Molecular Ecology Notes 3, 152-154.<br />

Robinson, J., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Jeffries, P. (2003). Susceptibility <strong>of</strong> frog (Rana<br />

temporaria) and toad (Bufo bufo) eggs to infection by Saprolegnia. Amphibia-<br />

Reptilia 24, 261-268.<br />

Jenkins, R.K.B., Brady, L.D., Bisoa, M., Rabearivony, J. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2003).<br />

Forest disturbance and river proximity influence chameleon abundance in<br />

Madagascar. Biological Conservation 109, 407-415.<br />

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<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Williams, C. (2000). Modelling population dynamics <strong>of</strong> great<br />

crested newts (Triturus cristatus): a population viability analysis.<br />

Herpetological Journal 10, 157-163.<br />

Wong, A.L.-C., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Beebee, T.J.C. (2000). Cell-mediated competition<br />

between anuran larvae (Bufo calamita and Rana temporaria) raised in the<br />

laboratory. Amphibia-Reptilia 21, 431-438.<br />

Brady, L.D. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (2000). Developmental responses to pond desiccation in<br />

tadpoles <strong>of</strong> the British anuran amphibians (Bufo bufo, B. calamita and Rana<br />

temporaria) Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 252, 61-69.<br />

Platenberg, R.J. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1999). Translocation <strong>of</strong> slow-worms as a<br />

mitigation strategy: a case study from SE England. Biological Conservation<br />

90, 125-132.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1999). The ecology <strong>of</strong> newt populations. Biological Sciences Review<br />

11, 5-8.<br />

Schley, L. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A. (1998). Midwife toads (Alytes muletensis) avoid<br />

chemical cues from snakes (Natrix maura). Journal <strong>of</strong> Herpetology 32, 572-<br />

574.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A. & Foster, J. P. (1998). The effect <strong>of</strong> social interaction on tadpole<br />

activity and growth in the British anuran amphibians (Bufo bufo, B. calamita<br />

and Rana temporaria). Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 245, 431-437.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A., Schley, L., Sharp. P. E., Dennis, J. L. & Roman, A. (1998).<br />

Behavioural responses <strong>of</strong> Mallorcan midwife toad tadpoles to natural and<br />

unnatural snake predators. Animal Behaviour 55, 207-214.<br />

Schley, L., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A. & Roman, A. (1998). Activity patterns and microhabitat<br />

selection <strong>of</strong> Mallorcan midwife toad (Alytes muletensis) tadpoles in natural<br />

torrent pools. Amphibia-Reptilia. 19, 143-151.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A. (1997). Temporary ponds as amphibian habitats. Aquatic<br />

Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 7. 119-126.<br />

Brady, L.D. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A.(1995). Effects <strong>of</strong> pH and aluminium on the growth and<br />

feeding behaviour <strong>of</strong> smooth and palmate newt larvae. Ecotoxicology 4, 299-<br />

306.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1995). Determining competition mechanisms in tadpole assemblages.<br />

Herpetological Journal 5, 208-210.<br />

Wong, A.L.-C., Beebee, T.J.C. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1994). Factors affecting the<br />

distribution and abundance <strong>of</strong> an unpigmented heterotrophic alga Prototheca<br />

richardsi. Freshwater Biology 32, 33-38.<br />

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<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & de Wijer, P. (1994). Differential effects <strong>of</strong> pH and temperature on<br />

embryonic development in the British newts (Triturus). Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology<br />

234, 613-622.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., de Wijer, P. & May, R.T. (1994). Predation and competition within<br />

an assemblage <strong>of</strong> larval newts (Triturus). Ecography 17, 176-181.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1993). The effect <strong>of</strong> pH on feeding behaviour in newt larvae<br />

(Triturus: Amphibia). Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 231, 285-290.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., de Wijer, P. & Brady, L. (1993). The effect <strong>of</strong> pH on the development<br />

<strong>of</strong> eggs and larvae <strong>of</strong> smooth and palmate newts, Triturus vulgaris and T.<br />

helveticus. Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 230, 401-409.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Denton, J. & Wong, A.L.-C. (1993). The effect <strong>of</strong> food level on<br />

competition in tadpoles: interference mediated by protothecan algae? Journal<br />

<strong>of</strong> Animal Ecology 62, 274-279.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Denton, J. (1992). Interspecific associations in tadpoles. Animal<br />

Behaviour 44, 1153-1157.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. & Beebee, T. (1992). Decline and fall <strong>of</strong> the amphibians. New Scientist<br />

1827, 25-29.<br />

Roberts, J.M. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1992). The dorsal stripe in newt efts: a method for<br />

distinguishing Triturus vulgaris and T. helveticus. Amphibia-Reptilia 13, 13-<br />

19.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Edgar, P.W., & Wong, A.L.-C. (1991). Interspecific competition in<br />

tadpoles: growth inhibition and growth retrieval in natterjack toads, Bufo<br />

calamita. Journal <strong>of</strong> Animal Ecology 60, 1065-1076.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1991). Competition between common frog, Rana temporaria, and<br />

natterjack toad, Bufo calamita, tadpoles: the effect <strong>of</strong> competitor density and<br />

interaction level on tadpole development. Oikos 61, 187-196.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. (1991). Walking in wildest Zambia. Country-Side 27, 60-62.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1991). What’s in a name? New Scientist 129, 62-63.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Mylotte, V.J. (1988). Observations on the development <strong>of</strong> the<br />

secondary sexual characters <strong>of</strong> male smooth and palmate newts, Triturus<br />

vulgaris and T. helveticus. Journal <strong>of</strong> Herpetology 22, 476-480.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Getliff, J. & Mylotte, V.J. (1988). Diel patterns <strong>of</strong> activity and<br />

vertical migration in tadpoles <strong>of</strong> the common toad, Bufo bufo. Herpetological<br />

Journal 1, 223-226.<br />

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<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Roberts, J.M. & Sims, S. (1987). A natural hybrid newt, Triturus<br />

helveticus x T. vulgaris, from a pond in mid-Wales. Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 213,<br />

133-140.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Roberts, J.M. & Sims, S. (1987). A natural hybrid newt, Triturus<br />

helveticus x T. vulgaris, from a pond in mid-Wales. Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 213,<br />

133-140.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1987). Microhabitat and seasonal niche dynamics <strong>of</strong> smooth and<br />

palmate newts, Triturus vulgaris and T. helveticus, at a pond in mid-Wales.<br />

Journal <strong>of</strong> Animal Ecology 56, 441-451.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Mylotte, V.J. (1987). Microhabitat selection and feeding relations <strong>of</strong><br />

smooth and warty newts, Triturus vulgaris and T. cristatus, at an upland pond<br />

in mid-Wales. Holarctic Ecology 10, 1-7.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1986). Natural environmental cues and circadian rhythms <strong>of</strong><br />

behaviour: a perspective. Chronobiology International 3, 247-253.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1986). Feeding niche overlap and food selection in smooth and<br />

palmate newts, Triturus vulgaris and T. helveticus, at a pond in mid-Wales.<br />

Journal <strong>of</strong> Animal Ecology 55, 201-214.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1985). Diel pattern <strong>of</strong> movement and aggregation in tadpoles <strong>of</strong> the<br />

common frog, Rana temporaria. Herpetological Journal 1, 10-13.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1985). A simple funnel trap for studying newt populations and an<br />

evaluation <strong>of</strong> trap behaviour in smooth and palmate newts, Triturus vulgaris<br />

and T. helveticus. Herpetological Journal 1, 5-10.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1985). Diel pr<strong>of</strong>ile <strong>of</strong> behaviour in the smooth newt, Triturus vulgaris<br />

(L.): an analysis <strong>of</strong> environmental cues and endogenous timing. Animal<br />

Behaviour 33, 573-582.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1984). A comparative study <strong>of</strong> phototaxis and the response to<br />

substrate moisture in newts and salamanders. British Journal <strong>of</strong> Herpetology<br />

6, 375-378.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1984). The influence <strong>of</strong> light and temperature on diel activity rhythms<br />

in the sand boa, Eryx conicus. Journal <strong>of</strong> Herpetology 18, 374-380.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1984). Seasonal behaviour and intrahabitat movements in an urban<br />

population <strong>of</strong> Smooth newts, Triturus vulgaris (Amphibia : Salamandridae).<br />

Journal <strong>of</strong> Zoology 203, 241-251.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1983). Ontogenetic changes in phototaxis in the smooth newt,<br />

Triturus vulgaris (L.). British Journal <strong>of</strong> Herpetology 6, 301-305.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1981). Physical abnormalities and accessory limb growth in the<br />

smooth newt, Triturus vulgaris. British Journal <strong>of</strong> Herpetology 6, 180-182.<br />

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Commissioned peer-reviewed reports<br />

Sewell, D., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Galama, R. & Gamboni, I. (in press). Evaluation <strong>of</strong><br />

methods to assess the population status <strong>of</strong> great crested newts (Triturus<br />

cristatus). Natural England Research Report.<br />

Lewis, B., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Leggatt, K. (in press). Monitoring the long-term impact<br />

<strong>of</strong> mitigation and development on great crested newt populations. Natural<br />

England Research Report.<br />

Lewis, B., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Barrios, Y. (2007). Field assessment <strong>of</strong> great crested<br />

newt (Triturus cristatus) mitigation projects in England. Natural England<br />

Research Report NERR001. Natural England, Sheffield. 48 pp. ISSN 1754-<br />

1956.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Buhlmann, K., McKay, J. & Tuberville, T. (2007). Chapter 8:<br />

Reintroductions. In: Gascon, C. et al. (eds.). Amphibian Conservation Action<br />

Plan. IUCN/SSC Amphibian Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland and<br />

Cambridge UK. Pp. 40-42. ISBN 978-2-8317-1008-2.<br />

Brady, L.D. & <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. (1999). Status assessment <strong>of</strong> chameleons in<br />

Madagascar. IUCN Species Survival Commission. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland<br />

and Cambridge, UK. ix +68 pp.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A., Raper, S. J. & Brady, L. D. (1996). Evaluation <strong>of</strong> a standard method<br />

for surveying for common frogs (Rana temporaria) and newts (Triturus<br />

cristatus, T. helveticus and T. vulgaris). JNCC report no. 259. Joint Nature<br />

Conservation Committee, Peterborough.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A. & Raper, S. J. (1994). A review <strong>of</strong> current techniques for sampling<br />

amphibian communities. JNCC report no. 210. Joint Nature Conservation<br />

Committee, Peterborough.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R. A., Raper, S. J. & Brady, L. D. (1996). Evaluation <strong>of</strong> a standard method<br />

for surveying for common frogs (Rana temporaria) and newts (Triturus<br />

cristatus, T. helveticus and T. vulgaris). JNCC report no. 259. Joint Nature<br />

Conservation Committee, Peterborough.<br />

Invited book chapters<br />

Pilliod, D.S., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Kuzmin, S.L. (2012). Ecological impacts <strong>of</strong> non-native<br />

species. In: Amphibian Biology vol. 9A: Conservation <strong>of</strong> Amphibians<br />

Heatwole, H. & Wilkinson, J. (Eds). Surrey Beatty & Sons, NSW, Australia.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A. & Kuzmin, S. (2012). Captive breeding <strong>of</strong> amphibians for<br />

conservation. In: Amphibian Biology vol. 9A: Conservation <strong>of</strong> Amphibians.<br />

Heatwole, H. & Wilkinson, J., (Eds). Surrey Beatty & Sons, NSW, Australia.<br />

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<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., McGrath, A. & Buckley, J. (2010). Re-introduction <strong>of</strong> the natterjack<br />

toad in the UK. In: Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2010. Soorae, P.S.<br />

(Ed.). IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi, UAE., pp. 62-<br />

65. ISBN-978-2-8317-1320-5.<br />

<strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Garcia, G. & Oliver, J. (2008). Re-introduction <strong>of</strong> the Mallorcan<br />

midwife toad, Mallorca, Spain. In: Global Re-introduction Perspectives.<br />

Soorae, P.S. (Ed.). IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi,<br />

UAE., pp. 54-57. ISBN-978-2-8317-1113-3.<br />

Brandon, A., Arntzen, J.W, El Din, S.B., Böhme, W., Cogalniceanu, D., Crnobrnja-<br />

Isailovic, J., Crochet, P.-A., Corti, C., <strong>Griffiths</strong>, R.A., Kaneko, Y., Kuzmin, S.,<br />

Lau, M.W.N., Li, P., Lymberakis, P., Marquez, R., Papenfuss, T.,<br />

Pleguezuelos, J.M., Rastegar, N., Schmidt, B., Slimani, T., Sparreboom, M..<br />

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