Dr Inga Zeisset
Danielle Smith (MRes Ecology) and other members of the Pool Frog Expert Group
Smith, D. (2015): “a multivariate study investigating the habitat use and distribution of the northern clade pool frog (Pelophylax lessonae) at their reintroduction site in Norfolk, UK.” MRes Ecology thesis. University of Brighton.
Smith, D. , and I. Zeisset (in prep) “Assessing habitat use of northern pool frogs (Pelophylax lessonae) at a site restored for pool frog reintroduction in the UK”.
Previous relevant publications:
Zeisset, I. and T. J. C. Beebee (2007). "Two clades of north European pool frogs Rana lessonae identified by cytochrome b sequence analysis." Herpetological Journal 17(4): 255-260.
Beebee, T. J. C., J. Buckley, I. Evans, J. P. Foster, A. H. Gent, C. P. Gleed-Owen, G. Kelly, G. Rowe, C. Snell, J. T. Wycherley and I. Zeisset (2005). "Neglected native or undesirable alien? Resolution of a conservation dilemma concerning the pool frog Rana lessonae." Biodiversity and Conservation 14(7): 1607-1626.
Zeisset, I. and T. J. C. Beebee (2001). "Determination of biogeographical range: an application of molecular phylogeography to the European pool frog Rana lessonae." Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 268(1470): 933-938.