Reproductive aggregation... nice frogging moment!
Nice Cesar! Thanks! Post mas!
My name is John Cossel and I am a herpetologist at Northwest Nazarene University. My students and I will be in Costa Rica conducting Bd research for the next month. One of the frog species we are studying is A. annae. We have 2 sites in/near San Jose, but would love to visit the site you posted. Also, if you are aware of any others that would be great. Could you email me with any details? My email is email@example.com.
Thanks in advance for any assistance,
Hi John, well this place we went is private and I doubt that they will allow meny persons to go there... but in San Jose itself you can go to the Zoological park Simon Bolivar at night (asking permission)... I am also looking for another place a friend told me... I will inform you if it is suitable for visit!
Thanks for the response. We have sampled the frogs at Zoo Bolivar (thanks for the tip though). I currently have 5 students with me... if you think that is not too many and we might be allowed, I would be interested in contacting your friend. If not, no worries... we are looking for another site that a friend told us about.
Hi John, let me ask... if not I will ask anyway for another place I want to know soon... when you are arriving to CR?? maybe we can meet and do something together...
I am back in Costa Rica again this summer. We are still looking for A. annae sites. Are you interested in meeting up? Do you know of any new sites?
I don't use this website much... it is better for me if you can email me if you are interested (jocossel"at"nnu.edu)
We will be in San Jose June 24-28.
Hope to hear form you.
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