Rediscovery of Pseudophilautus semiruber, a diminutive shrub frog (Rhacophoridae: Pseudophilautus) from Sri Lanka
Madhava Meegaskumbura, Kelum Manamendra-Arachchi, Gayan Bowatte, Suyama Meegaskumbura
Zootaxa | MAGNOLIA PRESS | Published : 2012
Awarded by National Science Foundation
Awarded by National Geographic Society
We thank Christopher J. Schneider (Boston University) and James Hanken (Harvard University) for supporting this work. Financially this study was supported by National Science Foundation (Grant No: 0345885 to CJS and JH) and National Geographic Society (Grant No: 7612-04 to CJS). We also thank Mohomed Bahir and Sudath Nanayakkara for fieldwork and support at WHT's Agrapatana field station. We are grateful to the Forest Department of Sri Lanka for permission to work in their reserves; and the Department of Wildlife Conservation Sri Lanka for collection and export permits. MM is also grateful for the Ziff Environmental Postdoctoral Fellowship through the Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE), which facilitated part of this work. Don Church (Global Wildlife Conservation), James Lewis and Robin Moore (ASG/IUCN/SSC) are acknowledged for their support of this work.