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Functions of the foam in foam-nesting leptodactylids: anti-predator effects of Physalaemus pustulosus foam

Herpetological Journal, 111: 501-503

Functions of the foam in foam-nesting leptodactylids: anti-predator effects of Physalaemus pustulosus foam

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