Roundup kills frogs
These results suggest that the Australian studies may have inadvertently underestimated the risk of Roundup and that more speices of frogs should be studied in Australia to determine the risk.
Frog species are in rapid decline around the world.
As Rick Relyea points out most frogs don't breed in large ponds where there are predators but in small ephemeral pools and puddles. The latter are often inadvertently or deliberately sprayed to control weeds. Rural drains and channels around Albany are frequently sprayed to control weeds.
Frog populations around Albany have been declining for a number of years. Some of this decline may be attributed to drier winters and land clearing but at least some of it may be attributed to herbicides like Roundup.
What I want to know is why we're nt using it on the CaneToad???