Poison Arrow Frogs of Neotropics (Early Draft 1)

This discussion topic submitted by Cory Wagner ( cwags2@excite.com) at 1:02 am on 2/15/01. Additions were last made on Friday, November 15, 2002.

I intend to look the niche of the poison arrow frog in the rainforest, the chemical basis behind its toxicity, and benefits to humans from historical (i.e. using arrows dipped in the poison to hunt) to current (possible medicinal use)as an indication of why these endangered frogs should be conserved.


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