Eye size and investment in frogs and toads correlate with adult habitat, activity pattern and breeding ecology

Kate N. Thomas, David J. Gower, Rayna C. Bell, Matthew K. Fujita, Ryan K. Schott & Jeffrey W. Streicher
Frogs and toads (Amphibia: Anura) display diverse ecologies and behaviours, which are often correlated with visual capacity in other vertebrates. Additionally, anurans exhibit a broad range of relative eye sizes, which have not previously been linked to ecological factors in this group. We measured relative investment in eye size and corneal size for 220 species of anurans representing all 55 currently recognized families and tested whether they were correlated with six natural history traits hypothesized...
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