Action for frogs in Seychelles

Seychelles is home to four different unique species of Sooglossid  frogs, although there are large gaps in our knowledge of these species. They are very tiny, and hard to find. Nature Seychelles wants to initiate survey work to find out where the frogs are, how many there are, and how they are faring on Mahe.

Sooglossid frog © G. Climo

Ideally, surveys should be conducted in both the wet and dry seasons, to determine wet season hotspots and dry season refuges. Habitat preferences of the different species should be assessed, to help design a conservation strategy, with long-term monitoring and training of local staff.

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