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Text and photos by Friedo Berninghausen

Edited by Dr. Otto Berninghausen

Design and DTP(of the book) Robert Marggraff

Translation Dr. Suzette Stumpel-Rienks

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Acknowledgements:
The author thanks Dr. K. Grossenbacher, Bern (Switzerland) for providing the information about the geographical distribution of the European amphibians and H.-J. Clausnitzer, Eschede; Prof. W.-R. Grosse, Halle; Dr. R. Günther, Berlin; Dipl. Biol. Petra Jahn, Bremen; A. Nöllert, Jena and Dipl. Biol. R. Podloucky, Hannover for helpful and critical discussions and comments.

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