Building capacity to implement conservation breeding programs for
frogs in Madagascar: Results from year one of Mitsinjo’s amphibian husbandry research and captive breeding facility.
Edmonds D, Rakotoarisoa JC,
Dolch R, Pramuk J, Gagliardo R, Andreone F, Rabibisoa
N, Rabemananjara F, Rabesihanaka S, Robsomanitrandrasana E. 2012. Amphibian and Reptile
NIRHY RABIBISOA is a researcher
interested in the herpetofauna of Madagascar. He received his Ph.D. in 2008 dealing about the systematics, ecology,
and biogeography of stream amphibians in Madagascar, with a focus on the subgenus Ochthomantis. Before becoming a
Co-Chair of the ASG Madagascar, he coordinated and monitored the activities and programs related to ACSAM (A
Conservation Strategy for the Amphibians of Madagascar) as the Amphibian Executive Secretary of IUCN at
Conservation International Madagascar. Currently, he is a lecturer at the Mahajanga University and the Veterinary
School in Antananarivo, Madagascar.