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Scientists with the MSU Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology are attempting to increase populations of a number of vulnerable species held in captive breeding programs, including one of the most critically endangered species in North America—the Mississippi gopher frog ().
Only 125 adults are thought to remain in a single pond in Harrison County, MS.
Most ART research to date has been focused on frogs and toads; hence, little is known about the reproduction of salamanders, resulting in a wide open field for learning more about their reproductive ecology.
When successful, this research could lead to the breeding and release of captive born salamanders to the wild in order to bolster threatened populations.
Jo Vonn and four others currently on the staff of the Mississippi Entomological Museum have described and named about 20 new species in recent years.This unique partnership between the Memphis Zoo and MSU are creating opportunities for graduate students, undergraduates and post-doctoral fellows to get experience at the cutting edge of basic and applied science with conservation impacts.Back to Top Infections are the leading cause of abortion, stillbirth and preterm delivery in mares.Thus, captive assurance and breeding colonies being established at MSU are necessary for reintroduction and recovery programs.Unfortunately, encouraging frogs to mate naturally in captivity is not always easy as they rely on seasonal cues to stimulate breeding behavior, which can be difficult to replicate in artificial environments.