The University of Newcastle’s Amphibian Research Group today released the last of approximately 5000 tadpoles into a newly constructed research habitat on Ash I

University and NCIG unite in Green and Golden Bell Frog research

22 February 2013

The University of Newcastle's Amphibian Research Group released the last of approximately 5000 tadpoles into a newly constructed research habitat on Ash Island.

The University of Newcastle's Amphibian Research Group released the last of approximately 5000 tadpoles into a newly constructed research habitat on Ash Island.

The habitat has been created as part of the research being undertaken by the University, in collaboration with Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG), into the Green and Golden Bell Frog.

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Contact: Professor Michael Mahony
Contact Email: Michael.Mahoney@newcastle.edu.au