Data from: Multiple stressors and the cause of amphibian abnormalities

Mari K. Reeves, Margaret Perdue, Marcel Holyoak, Birgit Hagedorn, Daniel Rinella, Daniel Bogan, LeeAnn Munk, William Battaglin, Christine L. Dolph & Kimberly A. Trust
The repeated occurrence of abnormal amphibians in nature points to ecological imbalance, yet identifying causes of these abnormalities has proved complex. Multiple studies have linked amphibian abnormalities to chemically contaminated areas, but inference about causal mechanisms is lacking. Here we use a high incidence of abnormalities in Alaskan wood frogs to strengthen inference about the mechanism for these abnormalities. We suggest that limb abnormalities are caused by a combination of multiple stressors. Specifically, toxicants lead...
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