Sampling trails and sites for Adenomus kandianus adults and tadpoles
The 4.5 km trail (A to B) representing the habitat and altitudinal gradient that was sampled four times from May 2012–August 2014. Blue markers indicate the tadpole (and mating aggregation) sampling stations along the major stream. Females were found in forest habitats and tadpole stages showed resource partitioning within the stream.
Presence locations of Adenomus kandianus used in this study
Known geographic coordinates of A. kandianus.
Uncorrected pairwise distances within and between Adenomus kanidanus and A. kelaartii populations
The genetic distances within A. kandianus populations suggest recent gene flow between the two main populations.
Video documentary of a mating aggregation of A. kandianus.
Video depcting their habits (synchronous swimming, underwater vocalization, amplexus, male-male competition) and habitat.