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A Study on the Improvement Plan for a Habitat of `Gold-spotted Pond Frog (Pelophylax chosenicus)` in Danger of Regional Extinction in the Urban Area - Case on the Abandoned Railroad Site on Su-in Line -
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A Study on the Improvement Plan for a Habitat of `Gold-spotted Pond Frog (Pelophylax chosenicus)` in Danger of Regional Extinction in the Urban Area - Case on the Abandoned Railroad Site on Su-in Line -
Yang, Deok-Suk; Koo, Bon Hak;
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 Abstract
The gold-spotted pond frog(Pelophylax chosenicus) classified as an Anura in Amphibia is sharply decreasing due to various changes of habitats environment, and designated as IUCN Red List Threatened species(VU; Vulnerable) internationally and domestic endangered species Class-II; therefore, it`s in urgent need of the research on habitats restoration of the gold-spotted pond frog in order to prevent its extinction. This study was carried out to verify the effect after restoration by introducing the inhabitation elements deducted by the literature research and a field survey on the habitats for the gold-spotted pond frog in danger of regional extinction in the urban area of Ansan city, Gyeonggi-do, Korea. Accordingly, the capacity for bio-species was increased by expanding the area of habitats into , and securing the place for hibernation and corridors and discharge within the habitats, etc. As a result of the monitoring the number of individuals increased by 9.5 times as the reproductive success rate of the gold-spotted pond frog got higher, and by virtue of improvement in the habitats, biodiversity increased to 183 species(4 species of amphibians and reptiles, 4 species of mammals, 17 species of birds, 53 species of insects(terrestrial/Benthic), 4 species of fish, and 102 species of plants). It might be possible to verify the restoration effect of the habitats through continuous monitoring, and suggest the restoration model on the habitats for continuously survivable the gold-spotted pond frog in the urban area by deducting the matters to be improved.
 Keywords
Amphibians;Ecological restoration;Endangered species;Seoul frog;Urban biodiversity;
 Language
Korean
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