“Humanity desperately needs a more extensive and integrated biology—for personal and public health, support of biotechnology, resource management, conservation, and not least, a more complete and wiser understanding of our own species. The wellspring of the new biology is scientific natural history.”
–E.O. Wilson, 2011, Forward to Field Notes on Science and Nature, Harvard University Press
Amphibians of Ohio
BioOhio, Spring 2014
Ohio Natural History Conference
OBS Notes Series
The Ohio Biological Survey (OBS) is an inter-institutional consortium of colleges, universities, museums, agencies, metro parks, arboreta, zoos, other organizations, and individuals in Ohio and the surrounding region. By cooperating with the professional staffs of membership, OBS produces and disseminates objective scientific and technical information concerning the flora and fauna of Ohio and areas of which Ohio is an integral part.