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Toady rainfrog or rusty robber frog (Strabomantis or Craugastor bufoniformis), from Central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Toady rainfrog or rusty robber frog (Strabomantis or Craugastor bufoniformis), from Central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Toady rainfrog or rusty robber frog (Strabomantis or Craugastor bufoniformis), from Central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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Spiny-headed treefrog (Anotheca spinosa) from central America at Zoo Atlanta.

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A critically endangered Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus) at Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia.

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A critically endangered Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus) at Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia.

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The flower of a non-listed and fairly common bog orchid called grass pink (Calapogon tuberosus) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This plant is propagated here along dozens of other rare species. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The flower of a non-listed and fairly common bog orchid called grass pink (Calapogon tuberosus) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This plant is propagated here along dozens of other rare species. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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Bog pogonias (Pogonia ophioglossoides) sprout among pitcher plants (Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii). Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations. The species is listed as Threatened in Arkansas, Florida, and Ohio, as Endangered as Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and Exploitably Vulnerable in New York.

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Bog pogonias (Pogonia ophioglossoides) sprout among pitcher plants (Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii). Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations. The species is listed as Threatened in Arkansas, Florida, and Ohio, as Endangered as Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and Exploitably Vulnerable in New York.

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Bog pogonias (Pogonia ophioglossoides), one of the many imperiled bog plants of the SE United States. The species is threatened by bog draining for timber plantations and is listed as Threatened in Arkansas, Florida, and Ohio, as Endangered as Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and Exploitably Vulnerable in New York.

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