Data from: Hot spring frogs (Buergeria japonica) prefer cooler water to hot water

Shohei Komaki, Yoichi Sutoh, Kensuke Kobayashi, Shigeru Saito, Claire Saito, Takeshi Igawa & Quintin Lau
“Hot spring frog” is an informal name used for the Japanese stream tree frog (Buergeria japonica), which is widely distributed in Taiwan and the Ryukyu Archipelago in Japan. Some populations of the species are known to inhabit hot springs. However, water temperature can be extremely high around the sources of hot springs. Thus, it is questionable whether B. japonica selectively inhabits such dangerous environments. To address this question, we conducted a series of observations of...
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