Common Asian Tree Frog Found in Japan May Be 2 Seperate Species, Genetic Data Shows

Japanese scientists have discovered that a common species of Asian tree frog may actually be two separate species based on their genetic data. The ongoing research project led by Ikuo Miura, PhD, an Associate Professor in Amphibian Research Center at …
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