For glass frogs, moms matter after all

Just a few hours of motherly attention help eggs survive

Cochranella granulosa glass frog

MOM MATTERS  The few hours that a mother Cochranella granulosa glass frog (shown in Panama) huddles over her brood may be brief, but this previously unknown maternal care boosts offspring survival. 

J. Delia

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