Tailed Frog eDNA Assessment in the Bridge/Seton Watersheds
The Tailed Frog has been identified as a management priority within FWCP’s Bridge‐Seton Species Action Plan. Up to 75 streams within the FWCP application area, will be inventoried using eDNA methods to more accurately document occurrences for this Blue‐Listed, stream‐dwelling amphibian. A more accurate understanding of species distribution is required for effective and efficient species management.
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