Severinus J. Mutagwaba, Jasson R.M. John
Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Kihansi Research Station, P. O Box 143, Mlimba, Morogoro, Tanzania
University of Dar es Salaam, Department of Zoology and Wildlife Conservation, P.O Box 35064, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Key words: artificial sprinklers, Kihansi Spray Toad, microclimate, spray wetlands.
Originally, the Kihansi River Falls produced sprays that created microhabitat with high humidity and low temperatures. These microhabitats were the only habitats for Kihansi Spray Toad (KST) Nectophyrinoides asperginis, while adjacent forest supported other endemic species. Continue reading